Forex and CFDs broker ITCS Capital has announced a partnership deal with X Open Hub for multi-asset trading platforms. The collaboration also provides access to synthetic equities from US and EU markets.
“This collaboration demonstrates our motivation to work together to create strong successful partnerships,” Broker Solutions Specialist at X Open Hub, Krzysztof Wysocki stated.
He added that the platform has a system that works with 100% accuracy, stability, and accessibility in both real and demo environments.
The Partnership Will Ensure Higher Processing Of Orders
The platform can process a high volume of orders while enabling users to have access to more than 5,000 instruments. Wysocki added that X Open Hub always strives to meet the needs of its partners with the right project specifications while providing the additional possibility of automated trading. Additionally, he says the integration of Zulu Trade into the platform has expanded the capabilities for automated trading.
ITCS has partner offices in Spain but is regulated in Kazakhstan. The broker uses its products to target traders in the European Union Markets.
The Partnership To Provide More Opportunities For Clients
ITCS noted that the partnership with X Open Hub will open more opportunities for consumers. Its Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan noted that the company has collaborated with several other technology-driven firms in the past.
However, the latest partnership will e the most significant when it comes to the level of technology involved and the depth of the partnership. He also stated that X Open Hub offers high-quality service and a greater reach compared to other previous partnership benefits.
Jonathan said the company hit record growth in 2021 and technology played a major role in it. The company always strives to provide the best trading tools and environment to users, and the partnership will help the firm to speed up its journey to the top. The financial services industry has expanded rapidly and the partnership will help both companies to thread on the already established lines.