After visiting iFXExpo Dubai, we can confidently say that everything is in order on the forex market.
We are not going to talk about the joy of live meetings after a long break, since almost everyone has already written about it. And what else can we say, we completely agree that no Zoom can be compared with personal interaction. The entire UpTrader team noted that the demand for brokerage software has grown very much over the past year and a half, CRM becoming the favorite UpTrader product. Deals were made right at the booth. Customers paid in cash!
Also, future and current brokers were interested in payment systems, which should come as no surprise given the continuing restrictions on banks' work with unlicensed brokers.
Of the interesting anti-trends, one can note the loss of interest in crypto projects. Even if you remember the 2019 iFXExpo exhibition on Cyprus, when ICOs were already almost a thing of the past, crypto projects still aroused keen interest. Now everyone is interested in rather routine classic things like White Labels on MT4, MT5, Investment services, CRM, Licenses, liquidity for working in the Forex and CFD market. The hype settled down, the market returned to the classic financial business.
Brokerage software has always been in high demand in the Asia-Pacific region, and even in the times of the pandemic, the number of requests has only gone up.
We’re making an effort to speak the same language with our clients, literally. As we secure our presence on the new markets, we adapt our products to the local languages.
Today, we’re proud to announce that the UpTrader website is available in three new languages: Thai, Vietnamese, and Chinese.
Meanwhile, UpTrader CRM is available in Arabic, English, French, Italian, Russian, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Today, April 12th, marks the completion of the final testing stage of our new product—the White Label Social Trading Platform - UpTrader Invest—and now it’s available to customers. Integration of the platform into a brokerage business takes just one day. Currently, the service only works with MT4 MAM, but the MT5 MAM version is planned next.
UpTrader Invest is a plug-in for MT4 based on the technologies of PAMM, MAM, and social trading. It allows investors of any level of expertise to immediately start investing and generating profits from Forex trading. The hallmark of the new platform is its userfriendly interface for all three parties: brokers, investment account managers, and investors. Flexible settings allow selecting between profit distribution systems and managing risks.
Vasily Alexeev, UpTrader CEO
“We often receive requests for PAMM, sometimes LAMM and MAM. When we try to understand why they want one particular product or another, we realize that the most don’t see any difference between them. For example, PAMM is much more widely known than the others, so it gets requested more often, despite it being mostly the same as MAM. Essentially, these three are the same platform under different brands, they’re based on a very similar principle of operation. We’ve long understood: when a client asks for an investment service, they just want a simple and reliable instrument for their clients, and the terminology isn’t important. What’s important, though, is that the service must be easy and comfortable to use. That’s why we have combined the most popular settings of PAMM, MAM, and social trading software, designed a simple interface, and paid special attention to stability: the dangers of lost connection or inaccurate copying of trades are eliminated. Our investment service is already integrated into UpTrader Forex CRM. This means that by buying our ForexCRM, a broker immediately receives a great instrument that can start bringing profits as early as the next day.”
Key features of UpTrader Invest:
—There are no restrictions for brokers concerning the way they want to generate profits using this service. Any scheme already used by the broker will suit: spreads, fees. The service works with any variations of A-book and B-book brokers. In addition, A-book brokers will be able to hedge their risk more effectively when working in MAM MT4 or PAMM mode.
—No restrictions for partnership programs. If a partner brings new clients with investment accounts, the partner reward will be paid out automatically.
—There are three reward schemes for the manager available in the settings: payment per the manager’s trading volume, percentage of profits generated in a certain time period set by the manager, high watermark—payment only for the difference in balance (only when the value is positive).
—When choosing a manager in the client interface, investors see their history of profit, preferred trading instruments, reward scheme, and, of course, options of backing out from the strategy, there are three of them: immediate exit, exit after the manager’s approval, exit with rollovers. All further information is available to investors in real time in their client interface, in MetaTrader 4 mobile app, or in the web/desktop terminal.
Get more detailed information on the service and request a trial: [email protected]
Read more there.
Finally, a live Expo! With 2020 behind us, the world is slowly starting to return to business as usual.
During the last year, we at UpTrader have really longed for another big expo, and now we’re proud to take part in the first iFX EXPO since 2019.
Come see us in Dubai at May 19-20, 2021! There will be two full expo days, and we’ll be waiting for you at our booth #49.
Get your tickets now at https://ifxexpo.com/dubai/
You can book an appointment with us by using the “Contact us” form on our website or via email [email protected]
See you there!
UpTrader participated in the conference and expo Virtual Vision Finance. Conducted completely online, the event’s format was perhaps unconventional. Or maybe it’s to become the convention? What happened to business processes of global companies who provide financial services to individuals and b2b fintech firms because of the COVID-19 pandemic?
UpTrader CEO Vasily Alexeev:
“I won’t concentrate on the obvious, but let’s summarize the main points: more new clients coming in, increased trading volume. People are staying at home, they have nothing to do (in a broad sense), some are looking for new sources of income, some want thrilling experiences. Moving further. Visiting banks and other financial organizations is limited. As lockdowns are lifted, new habits can seriously impact the pre-COVID workflows. Here we have increased volume of payments in alternative finance, firstly it’s cryptocurrency, KYC services also gain in significance. We believe that all this calls for changes in regulation. The pandemic has directly fostered the growth of experience economy. Its primary features are engagement, service, entertainment.
In view of this, participants of panel discussion several times brought up a challenge faced by Forex industry—gambling sector. The latter’s product is more engaging & entertaining, has fewer intellectual barriers for new players, and adapts to new trends much quicker. Another response to the pandemic is the ‘antiviral marketing’. Thousands of marketing professionals across the world rushed to capitalize on the topic of virus and the quarantine. However, it’s gradually becoming a faux pas to exploit the pandemic, and experts even introduced new terms: ‘COVID marketing fatigue’ and ‘COVID burnout’. People really do suffer from emotional burnout, tired of constantly being reminded of the disease and the restrictive measures, so it’s clear they should be given a break.
Finally, the general logistic insight. Entrepreneurs all over the world suddenly saw that it’s not necessary to fly and spend money on trips to have productive communication with partners. People engaged in Forex industry, much like those in IT, by definition more open to remote work, find in it the same challenges as people working in other sectors do. Difficulties in communication with coworkers when solving current tasks, lack of informal communication, blurred lines between work and private life. We see how the coronavirus pandemic forces almost every worker and employer to reassess the basics of how their activity is organized. We live in a new world, with new formats, and the pandemic merely served as a catalyst for change in business processes and people’s minds.”
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