The platform will be able to trade foreign exchange (FX), contracts for difference (CFDs), futures, equities, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and bonds and will feature tools such as market depth, time and sales, quick positions and orders management.
Roman Nalivayko, global head of business development at PFSoft, said in a statement that the platform was developed due to the increasing use of Macs on trading desks.
“Our research shows that the number of traders who use Mac is constantly growing,
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