Spotware Systems, a technology provider for the e-commerce industry, has launched an updated web-based version of its flagship cTrader trading platform.
cTrader Web 4.2 has now been released, adding new features to join a list of advanced trading capabilities, according to a company statement.
In this version of cTrader Web, the company has made new improvements in performance optimization which builds on the newly revised user interface that was applied in the previous version.
Spotware said “significant changes” have been made to the app’s structure and how it interacts with servers. This reduced the app startup time by 2x and also increased the app’s responsiveness to user commands.
The second change concerns the ability of users to interact with cTrader Copy features. The flexible investment platform allows copying trading strategies, as well as providing own strategies to be copied by other traders.
“Once you stop following a strategy, it is best from a trading perspective to automatically withdraw the funds to the parent account, so that you can reinvest them or use them for trading without delay and other interactions. You are now notified of the upcoming takedown after you stop copying,” the statement explains.
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The latest cTrader update also added another usability feature by allowing traders to “register/register natively” for more convenient access to the platform. Additionally, new timeframes have been introduced for charting, such as minutes (2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 20, 45), hours (2, 3, 6, 8, 12), days (2, 3), etc. for more precision in the technical analysis of traders.
The latest update will see Heikin Ashi chart type building maintenance based on server data. Previously, this type of chart was implemented in the application itself. The selection placement of the Heikin Ashi chart has also changed for user convenience. This allows users to select from the Standard Tick and Heikin Ashi chart type group.
These new features fit securely within Spotware’s goal of maintaining cTrader as one of the most trader-friendly platforms on the market. The company claims that adding such preferences allows their traders to decide exactly how they want the platform to work for them.