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FXOpen adds TradingView to the Suite of Trading Platforms

The FXOpen UK Team

FXOpen partners with TradingView, a unique charting and trading platform for traders and investors with over 30 million registered account holders.

Our customers from all around the globe have now gained access to one of the industry's leading live trading platforms thanks to integration with TradingView.

Linking your FXOpen account with TradingView

FXOpen customers can use their TradingView login credentials to link their FXOpen TradingView account to TradingView to gain access to advanced charting tools, 600+ trading instruments, trade directly from TradingView charts, and interact with over 30 million traders. TradingView users will simply navigate to their FXOpen broker profile, register and connect their account and then enjoy deep liquidity, tight spreads from 0.0 pips and ultra-fast order execution.

To link to TradingView, simply:

  • Login to the FXOpen client portal and add a TradingView account
  • Transfer funds to your new TradingView account via internal transfer
  • Sign up with TradingView (or use your existing TradingView credentials) and connect your TradingView account with FXOpen

For further information or support with integrating your FXOpen account with TradingView, please visit our help pages.

A word about the integration

Gary Thomson, Chief Operating Officer of FXOpen UK, had this to say about the collaboration: “As a company we are very much focused on the added value we can offer our clients and are constantly striving for ways to enhance the positive experience our traders have with FXOpen. We are delighted to announce our partnership with TradingView and expand our suite of platforms offered, which will allow our clients access to interact and share ideas on their industry leading charting and trading platform.”

"Being one of the most recognizable charting and analytics platforms in the finance industry, TradingView always aims to increase its offerings for global investors, and the partnership with FXOpen is another important step to solidifying TradingView's position as a comprehensive live trading platform. We appreciate FXOpen's efforts and commitment in launching this integration and can't wait to introduce their users to our trading solutions," — adds Rauan Khassan, Vice President of International Growth at TradingView.

Learn more or add your TradingView account.

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