cTrader Integration At Skilling – One Account Two Platforms

cTrader Integration At Skilling – One Account Two Platforms

Leading forex and CFD platform, Skilling, announced recently that they have launched the industry’s first seamless integration with Spotware’s cTrader – a unique feature which they refer to as: One account. Two platforms.

Seamless Trading

The feature allows Skilling to offer its clients seamless trading across two different trading platforms inside a single Skilling account. It removes any need to fund two different accounts or manage two trading balances separately.

André Lavold, CEO of Skilling Group, has this to say about the launch:

Put simply, we wanted to give our clients a choice which trading platform to use – our proprietary Skilling Trader, or a more advanced client–oriented cTrader.

The issue you have with other brokers with multiple platforms is the need to fund two trading accounts separately, maintaining healthy margins across two different accounts, and also having two sets of trading activities.

With this unique integration – everything you do in one trading platform will also be reflected in the other.

So, if you start trading gold on Skilling Trader, you will see this same position when you are using our cTrader platform. And vice versa. Goodbye two different free margins, two payment wallets and two trading accounts.

With Skilling you will have one single trading account and a choice through which platform to execute your trades

Spotware Input

Alexander Geralis, the Business Development Manager at Spotware, added:

Embracing our “Traders First” motto, we always strive to deliver a platform that would add the utmost value to our traders.

As traders are becoming accustomed to sophisticated, yet easy-to use-platforms, it’s more vital than ever for brokers to cater to traders needs and demands.

Skilling’s cTrader solution is a great example of that.

Mobile App

This feature follows a series of innovations that Skilling has recently unveiled, including the launch of its new mobile app earlier this year.

Mr. Lavold added:

We have an exciting product and business development roadmap going into 2020, and both I and the team are very excited about what lies ahead

Skilling is a multi-asset broker founded in 2016 and based in Cyprus. The brand offers hundreds of day trading instruments with competitive spreads from 0.1 pips and beginner-friendly platforms. Skilling are also regulated in Europe and beyond with a transparent pricing structure. You can sign up and start trading in three easy steps.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 71% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.