ThinkMarkets Launches Copy Buying and selling App Forward of Itemizing

ThinkMarkets Releases App for Copy Trading Platform
The company said today (Friday) that ThinkMarkets, a retail FX and CFD buying and selling services provider with offices in Melbourne and London, has established a replica buying and selling platform that can be accessed through an app.
The copy buying and selling platform, called ThinkCopy, allows users to filter merchants based on certain criteria, assign cash to the merchants of their choice, and access a variety of administration tools such as revenue and stop loss orders. In addition, the app gives users access to a global network of retailers to exchange information.
The launch coincides with ThinkMarkets’ preparation for becoming public through a reverse merger with Canada-listed clean test firm FG Acquisition Company. The listing is scheduled to take place in July 2023.
ThinkMarkets Co-Founder and Managing Director Faizan Anees stated, “Copy buying and selling is very talked-about for shoppers simply beginning out on their buying and selling journey,” adding that “shoppers may have the power to see the efficiency of high merchants, allocate funds, and set auto-copy trades.”
ThinkMarkets has also been working to improve its in-house buying and selling platform ThinkTrader Internet. Among other things, an update that was unveiled in February will let merchants plan their strategies using a complete financial calendar and get in direct contact with the customer support team.
In addition to providing customers with access to the MetaTrader 4 and 5 platforms, the platform of the buying and selling service provider specialises in boosting security prior to the anticipated itemising. To prevent fraud, the multi-asset online dealer implemented a new security feature at the beginning of the year.
As to the company’s description, the one-time password (OTP) verification feature enables users to obtain an OTP from any individual posing as corporate and then input the password into their ThinkPortal account to validate the identity of that person.
“With fraudulent calls turning into frequent amongst on-line merchants, the safety of your data is paramount to us,” ThinkMarkets said. It went on to say that “if you happen to obtain a name from a consultant of ThinkMarkets, you now have the choice to request an OTP from the caller.”
According to separate sources, ThinkMarkets has teamed up with Acuity Buying and Selling, a platform that use artificial intelligence (AI) to assess markets. As part of the collaboration, ThinkMarkets intends to integrate Acuity Buying and Selling’s Sign Centre tools to provide its clients with market intelligence.

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