EXNESS Offers Traders a Web Terminal

28 January, 2014

Beginning January 29, 2014, EXNESS is offering a new trading platform: EXNESS Webtrader. The platform, which is designed for online trading on EXNESS' MT4 servers directly from a browser, was added in response to our clients' many requests.

The platform accounts for the needs of modern traders relative to mobility, an easy-to-use interface, and powerful functionality. Every EXNESS client can use it to access to the full web-version of the familiar MetaTrader 4 terminal with a wide selection of tools for trading and technical analysis.

EXNESS Webtrader lets each trader create a comfortable work environment on practically any computer and may be used on any of the most popular operating systems: Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. Trading on the new platform requires only an Internet connection and an installed program to play Flash content (Adobe Flash Player).

The web terminal is currently available to clients in 11 languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, German, Chinese, Urdu, French, Portuguese, Vietnamese and Japanese. Directly from the terminal you can contact EXNESS client support, whose qualified specialists are always ready to answer traders' questions.

In order to achieve financial success each client must have advanced tools. That's why EXNESS specialists create and develop innovative technology for the forex market - technology that lets traders trade professionally on regular desktop computers as well as on a wide variety of mobile devices.

Before using the web terminal for the first time you must enter the password for the account you will be trading on. You can do this in the "Settings" section of the specific account in the Personal Area. Learn more about EXNESS Webtrader in a special section of EXNESS' official website.

The password set for the web terminal can also be used to access the EXNESS Trading API, which lets you develop your own trading applications. Review the API' documentation on the EXNESS website.


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