Leverate Launches Integrated Binary Options Platform

Leverate has announced the launch of a Binary Options Platform that is integrated with the MT4 platform.

First Published by e-Forex News: January, 2011

Leverate has announced the launch of a Binary Options Platform that is integrated with the MT4 platform. The binary options platform is the fourth platform offered by Leverate as a part of its private label.

The Binary Options platform is the newest addition to Leverate’s offering to private Label Clients after their MT4 Client, Web Trader, and Mobile Trader. A Binary Options platform which is entirely compatible with the MT4 platform.

The platform is web-based, so no download is necessary, traders need only internet access. The intuitive platform is fully customizable and is supported by an advanced Content Management System which allows the client to design the website hosting the trading engine to their exact specifications with maximum ease.

Leverate Launches Integrated Binary Options Platform

Leverate’s Binary Options platform, includes the trading engine, the web based front end, the CMS, and the risk management and integrated billing system. Leverate’s Business Development Director Lior Shmuely explains why binary options trading has become such an important financial trading vehicle,

“The Binary Options market which has seen a massive explosion in popularity in recent years is attractive to both beginner and professional traders. This is mainly due to its simplicity and limit of risk; a trader need only have a sense of the direction the market is taking and the fixed payouts mean investors have a limited exposure to risk”.

Leverate Sales & Marketing Director, Juan Jutgla comments,

“We’ve been at the forefront of the Forex market for a while now. By adding MT4 integrated Binary Options to our existing package of MT4, Web Trader and Mobile Trader platforms, we’re helping to create full-service brokerages. With one trading account, brokers can offer access to dozens of assets across Forex, Commodities, Stocks and Indices.”