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Is Mobile FX Trading Taking Over Desktop Clients?

Demand for mobile trading has ramped up among both retail and professional traders.

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Digitization of the trading industry has revolutionized the market, but now technology is evolving. The online forex trading industry has seen significant growth of trade execution on mobile devices over the past few years.

Though mobile trading platforms have been available for a while now, traders have been reluctant to adopt them due to several constraints, but things turned the other way with the Covid-19 lockdown. Both retail and professional traders are now starting to use mobile platforms.

“We see an increase in mobile trading platform usage by our clients in recent years,” Normund Nowitzki, Head of Platform Development at Dukascopy, told Finance Magnates.

Numbers Favour Mobile Trading

Indeed, based on the data compiled by Finance Magnates Intelligence, 55 percent of traders were executed on mobile devices in the first quarter of 2021, while desktop platforms accounted for the remaining 45 percent. Though this is not a representation of the entire industry, it clearly shows a trend.

Dukascopy, which is one of the top global brokerages, revealed that the dominance of the trade executions using desktop clients is continuously decreasing. Trading volume on the mobile platforms offered by the broker jumped from almost 19 percent in the first quarter of 2017 to more than 36 percent in the second quarter of 2021.

“Although the flagship trading platform of Dukascopy is still Desktop JForex, our statistics suggest that most use both – Desktop version for convenient charting and backtesting and mobile version for position management on the road,” Nowitzki said.

Additionally, the fifth annual JPMorgan e-FICC survey, published in February 2021, conformed to this growing trend of mobile trading and is expecting mobile devices to have a big impact on the industry in the coming years.

Retail Traders Set the Trend

Other industry experts Finance Magnates talked to are also agreeing on the future dominance of mobile trading, both among retail and professional traders. 

Jon Light, VP of Trading Solutions at Devexperts
Jon Light, VP of Trading Solutions at Devexperts

But, the retail market clearly has been at the forefront of this changing trend. “The retail market moved first in the area of providing mobile trading applications, as traders pushed brokers to provide them with a way to view pricing, pending orders and positions whilst on the move,” said Jon Light, VP of Trading Solutions at Devexperts, a trading industry technology provider.

He believes that the usage of mobile devices is ‘now extremely common across this area of the market and will not change’.

Despite the big push, the usage of the mobile platforms remains limited to trade executions and modifying positions on the move, along with price monitoring. Traders still need their multi-screen setups to analyze charts and come up with strategies.

Deepak Jassal, Executive Director at M4Markets
Deepak Jassal, Executive Director at M4Markets

“Trading has traditionally required traders to be in front of big screens so that they can follow charts and carry out analysis, but being able to trade on mobile is important for traders who are on the go and want to manage their positions,” Deepak Jassal, M4Markets Executive Director, told Finance Magnates

“The markets never wait so being able to monitor and control your trades during important events or in times of volatility is crucial.”

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Institutions Are Jumping In

The adoption of mobile platforms was strengthened when the industry saw interest for them among professional traders. As Nowitzki pointed out, these on-the-go platforms complement push notifications, and instant access only complements stationary computers.

But, professional traders can never go mobile-only as it is not convenient to create strategies or analyze several currencies at once on a small screen. “Besides, it might seem reckless to rely on a mobile device solely as both phone and Internet performance can fail anytime,” Nowitzki added.

Institutions also need to consider the regulatory control and information security requirements these firms must adhere to. “Bigger institutions are understanding the risks and becoming more comfortable with their security controls, they have come up to speed with modern practices, such as multi-factor authentication and secure protocols,” the Devexperts VP said.

Challenges

Mobile platforms have several other limitations too. “Some of the major challenges with mobile platforms that Devexperts have dealt with are performance, security and user experience,” according to Light. 

“It’s important to make sure that the mobile applications are performant when dealing with market data even when the connection is bad.” He further detailed that Devexperts has built a proprietary binary protocol that solves this problem.

“Security is obviously important, and the applications need to adhere to the latest security requirements to keep the data safe,” Light added.

Another key challenge in front of the mobile platform developers is the abundance of the mobile device form factor and the availability of multiple mobile operating systems in the market.

“Another challenge we face is extreme variability in devices, especially those working on Android OS, which makes it tough to create an app that would perfectly fit any operating system, performance level, and screen size. As an alternative solution, we have developed a web platform, a tool designed to run on any device, operating system and under any technical conditions,” the Dukascopy Platform Development Head said.

The policy of Apple and Google for admitting applications on the AppStore and PlayStore is another barrier in front of the brokerages as they do not allow listing of several kinds of trading services. Though this can be bypassed on Android devices, there is no way to circumvent this with Apple, as the company has a monopoly on app listings.

“While we have a green light from FINMA to offer binary options to our clients, Appstore and Playmarket reject such apps,” Nowitzki said.

Innovative Technologies

Despite some serious limitations, innovative technologies can significantly bypass several other shortcomings of mobile trading. “We managed to allow algo trading on our iOS and Android apps using our remote servers. Traders can now start and manage their automatic strategies using their phones,” Nowitzki said. “In general, we believe that trading services with cloud saving and cross-platform features are and will be clear winners in the ever-changing trading software industry.”

Jassal added: “We expect that most professional traders will continue to prefer the desktop experience, but at the same time, with all the improvements available on mobile trading, a well-designed mobile application could help shift a number of traders from desktop to mobile, or at least convince them to use both interchangeably. It’s just a matter of being able to offer an application that is user-friendly and meets the needs of your traders.” 

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Blockchain and cryptocurrency: How to avoid a problem like over-regulation?

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By Lachlan Feeney (pictured), CEO and Founder of blockchain consultancy Labrys

Just over a decade after the technology was created, the burgeoning blockchain industry has reached a crucial fork in the road. One path sees it deliver on its immense potential, providing new and practical innovations that are changing the way we live and work for the better. The other sees heavy-handed regulation and rushed policies stunting its growth at a time when innovation is essential.

The fluctuating value of cryptocurrencies have garnered considerable attention from policymakers globally. However, beyond the ‘crypto hype’, there are countless ways that blockchain technology, which is growing more pragmatic every day, can be utilised. We in the industry believe that the benefits of decentralised technology will soon be upon us at a consumer level, with blockchain emerging from the shadows of the investment volatility that policymakers are today scrutinising.

A Senate committee is currently devising policy options to regulate the cryptocurrency industry, with a report expected soon. There are currently no blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) regulations in Australia. Regulation is not only inevitable but welcomed – we don’t want blockchain to be viewed as an unregulated, rogue industry. Policy frameworks must be introduced to protect the public. Equally important, though, is the need to pursue and champion new economic initiatives. Creating an empowering regulatory landscape for blockchain could give our economy one of its greatest competitive advantages for years to come.

Consultation and collaboration

The regulations being discussed in the Senate are the first of their kind in Australia, so any policy will be new territory. Blockchain is a comparatively young technology, and given the right mandate, Australian companies can establish a leading role globally. However, short-sighted, poorly considered policy risks stifling innovation; an impact that has already been felt in other markets where regulators have entirely misunderstood the industry

In China, for example, the central bank maintains tight supervision over financial platforms, forcing them to  conform to strict regulations that are stifling the industry’s growth in the region. And in the US, the Senate has demonstrated a fundamental misunderstanding of the technology. As a result, policies that are almost impossible to comply with are becoming law, which is deterring new startups from joining the space.

Locally, policymakers must resist the temptation to make rushed decisions and aren’t influenced by bills passed overseas. Our hope is that our politicians have greater foresight and understand that, to fully harness the technology’s potential, they must engage in the necessary period of consultation. Blockchain is a new-but-burgeoning technology, and burdening it with red tape could be catastrophic. What’s more, the rapid rate of innovation in this space means that policies will date quickly.

Consolidating policymakers, regulators and industry experts into a long-term specialised regulatory unit is important. In Brisbane alone, there are countless start-ups and organisations pushing the boundaries of innovation. We are deeply excited about the technology’s potential and welcome the opportunity to consult with the Government to harness it.

Fostering innovation

Blockchain used to be intrinsically linked to the value of cryptocurrencies. However, it’s a rapidly maturing sector and daily fluctuations now have little bearing on activity in the industry. At Labrys we’re seeing a significant increase in not only the number of organisations seeking blockchain solutions, but the scale, scope and potential of these projects.

We’re being engaged by everyone from start-ups, to Government to ASX-listed companies who, like us, recognise it’s potential. Together, we’re pushing the frontier of what’s possible, breathing new life into industries often considered archaic and ripe for disruption. Successful, Australian-made solutions are producing economic value today, globally, but very little of that revenue is entering the country at an industry level. Tertiary institutions across the country are scrambling to educate theory, demand for talent is extremely high, jobs will be created.

Over-regulating the industry with interventionist red-tape threatens these projects and their potential. We accept that over time, regulation is essential. Like in every industry, there are unscrupulous and exploitative players – regulation is necessary to clamp down this. But over-regulation or obscure policies will continue to propagate weariness from enterprise players who stand to gain immensely. It is my belief that we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg, but through policies that encourage big business and enterprise, we’ll quickly see what is truly possible.

At this pivotal time in the industry’s development, Australian policymakers can choose to over-regulate or deliver a mandate that encourages innovation. The road ahead is unclear, and the decision needs to be made as to whether we want to enable this economic revolution or inhibit it. There is absolutely a future in which thoughtful, pragmatic and collaborative policy protects but also empowers; clamping down on cryptocurrency crime and tax evasion, without stifling genuine innovations. That’s the future we’re excited about and a vision we hope policymakers share.

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Source: https://australianfintech.com.au/blockchain-and-cryptocurrency-how-to-avoid-a-problem-like-over-regulation/

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Blockchain and cryptocurrency: How to avoid a problem like over-regulation?

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By Lachlan Feeney (pictured), CEO and Founder of blockchain consultancy Labrys

Just over a decade after the technology was created, the burgeoning blockchain industry has reached a crucial fork in the road. One path sees it deliver on its immense potential, providing new and practical innovations that are changing the way we live and work for the better. The other sees heavy-handed regulation and rushed policies stunting its growth at a time when innovation is essential.

The fluctuating value of cryptocurrencies have garnered considerable attention from policymakers globally. However, beyond the ‘crypto hype’, there are countless ways that blockchain technology, which is growing more pragmatic every day, can be utilised. We in the industry believe that the benefits of decentralised technology will soon be upon us at a consumer level, with blockchain emerging from the shadows of the investment volatility that policymakers are today scrutinising.

A Senate committee is currently devising policy options to regulate the cryptocurrency industry, with a report expected soon. There are currently no blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) regulations in Australia. Regulation is not only inevitable but welcomed – we don’t want blockchain to be viewed as an unregulated, rogue industry. Policy frameworks must be introduced to protect the public. Equally important, though, is the need to pursue and champion new economic initiatives. Creating an empowering regulatory landscape for blockchain could give our economy one of its greatest competitive advantages for years to come.

Consultation and collaboration

The regulations being discussed in the Senate are the first of their kind in Australia, so any policy will be new territory. Blockchain is a comparatively young technology, and given the right mandate, Australian companies can establish a leading role globally. However, short-sighted, poorly considered policy risks stifling innovation; an impact that has already been felt in other markets where regulators have entirely misunderstood the industry

In China, for example, the central bank maintains tight supervision over financial platforms, forcing them to  conform to strict regulations that are stifling the industry’s growth in the region. And in the US, the Senate has demonstrated a fundamental misunderstanding of the technology. As a result, policies that are almost impossible to comply with are becoming law, which is deterring new startups from joining the space.

Locally, policymakers must resist the temptation to make rushed decisions and aren’t influenced by bills passed overseas. Our hope is that our politicians have greater foresight and understand that, to fully harness the technology’s potential, they must engage in the necessary period of consultation. Blockchain is a new-but-burgeoning technology, and burdening it with red tape could be catastrophic. What’s more, the rapid rate of innovation in this space means that policies will date quickly.

Consolidating policymakers, regulators and industry experts into a long-term specialised regulatory unit is important. In Brisbane alone, there are countless start-ups and organisations pushing the boundaries of innovation. We are deeply excited about the technology’s potential and welcome the opportunity to consult with the Government to harness it.

Fostering innovation

Blockchain used to be intrinsically linked to the value of cryptocurrencies. However, it’s a rapidly maturing sector and daily fluctuations now have little bearing on activity in the industry. At Labrys we’re seeing a significant increase in not only the number of organisations seeking blockchain solutions, but the scale, scope and potential of these projects.

We’re being engaged by everyone from start-ups, to Government to ASX-listed companies who, like us, recognise it’s potential. Together, we’re pushing the frontier of what’s possible, breathing new life into industries often considered archaic and ripe for disruption. Successful, Australian-made solutions are producing economic value today, globally, but very little of that revenue is entering the country at an industry level. Tertiary institutions across the country are scrambling to educate theory, demand for talent is extremely high, jobs will be created.

Over-regulating the industry with interventionist red-tape threatens these projects and their potential. We accept that over time, regulation is essential. Like in every industry, there are unscrupulous and exploitative players – regulation is necessary to clamp down this. But over-regulation or obscure policies will continue to propagate weariness from enterprise players who stand to gain immensely. It is my belief that we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg, but through policies that encourage big business and enterprise, we’ll quickly see what is truly possible.

At this pivotal time in the industry’s development, Australian policymakers can choose to over-regulate or deliver a mandate that encourages innovation. The road ahead is unclear, and the decision needs to be made as to whether we want to enable this economic revolution or inhibit it. There is absolutely a future in which thoughtful, pragmatic and collaborative policy protects but also empowers; clamping down on cryptocurrency crime and tax evasion, without stifling genuine innovations. That’s the future we’re excited about and a vision we hope policymakers share.

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Source: https://australianfintech.com.au/blockchain-and-cryptocurrency-how-to-avoid-a-problem-like-over-regulation/

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Coinbase Secures Another Millionaire Deal With the US Government to Let Them Use Its Blockchain Analytics Software

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As Bitcoin and Ethereum continue to trade laterally, many altcoins mirrored the same price patterns over the last 24 hours. The likes of TRON, EOS and Bitcoin Cash have all flashed signs of consolidation with minor losses.

TRON lost 1.7% and experienced a sell-off in the market. EOS also recorded a loss of 0.8% and was inching near its immediate support level of $5.20. Bitcoin Cash, on the other hand, recorded no loss but was seen trading sideways with chances of a price reversal, as parameters pointed towards a positive price action. 

Tron (TRX)

Tron, EOS and Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

TRX/USD, TradingView

TRON was consolidating on its charts after recording minor losses of 1.7% over the last 24 hours. The altcoin was trading at $0.105 and it just broke below its support level of $0.106. At the current price level, TRON was trading closer to its one-week low price level.

The nearest support line for TRON lay at $0.095. The additional support lines stood at $0.088 and $0.081 respectively. On the four-hour chart, the altcoin’s prices stood below its 20-SMA line, suggesting that the price momentum was in the favour of sellers. 

In accordance with the aforementioned statement about selling pressure increasing in the market, the Relative Strength Index was noted below the half-line in the bearish zone. MACD displayed red bars on its histogram. Capital inflows had also declined as the Chaikin Money Flow stood below the midline, a level it last hovered almost 3 weeks back. 

On the upside TRON’s resistance mark awaited at $0.112 and then at its multi-month high of $0.120. In recent news, TRX and BitTorrent have reportedly announced the launch of BitTorrent chain (BTTC). 

EOS

Tron, EOS and Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

EOS/USD, TradingView

EOS lost 0.8% over the past day and was trading at $5.24. At its current price level the altcoin revisited its three-week price level. EOS was inching towards its nearest support level of $5.20. With a further dip, the altcoin might fall and trade near its $4.53 support line.

On the four-hour chart, the price of the token was seen above the 20-SMA line despite recording a minor decline in the last 24 hours. The 20-SMA reading suggested that the momentum  was still inclined to favour the buyers in the market, however if EOS continues to decline, the prices can fall below the 20-SMA line.

MACD flagged a bearish crossover and displayed the onset of a red histogram. The Relative Strength Index was in the bullish zone above the 50-mark, although it threatened to fall below the half-line over the upcoming trading sessions. Similarly Chaikin Money Flow remained in the bullish territory as capital inflows still preceded capital outflows.

In the event of a revival in buying pressure the altcoin might revisit the $5.60 resistance mark and then attempt to retest its multi-month high of $6.35. 

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Tron, EOS and Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

BCH/USD, TradingView

Following broader market price sentiments, Bitcoin Cash was also consolidating and was trading at $636.57. Its immediate support line was at $608.74, which also marked the coin’s four-week low price level. If BCH continues to consolidate over the upcoming trading sessions, it may dip below the $608.74 support line and trade near the price mark of $524.73, which the coin last touched almost over a month ago. 

Key technicals however pointed towards the onset of a positive price action in the market. MACD underwent a bullish crossover and demonstrated green bars on its histogram. The Relative Strength Index rose above the 50-mark after the coin had experienced a sell-off suggesting that buying pressure recovered in the market. 

Bollinger Bands was heavily constricted indicating the price volatility would remain extremely low in the future trading sessions. If BCH manages to break on the upside, the first resistance mark lay at its one-week high of $672.68 and then at $705.02 respectively.

On successfully trading above the $705.02 price mark, BCH can revisit its multi-month high of $789.57. In recent developmental news, Bitcoin Cash was announced to be accepted as a payment method by AMC theatres.

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Tron, EOS, Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

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As Bitcoin and Ethereum continue to trade laterally, many altcoins mirrored the same price patterns over the last 24 hours. The likes of TRON, EOS and Bitcoin Cash have all flashed signs of consolidation with minor losses.

TRON lost 1.7% and experienced a sell-off in the market. EOS also recorded a loss of 0.8% and was inching near its immediate support level of $5.20. Bitcoin Cash, on the other hand, recorded no loss but was seen trading sideways with chances of a price reversal, as parameters pointed towards a positive price action. 

Tron (TRX)

Tron, EOS and Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

TRX/USD, TradingView

TRON was consolidating on its charts after recording minor losses of 1.7% over the last 24 hours. The altcoin was trading at $0.105 and it just broke below its support level of $0.106. At the current price level, TRON was trading closer to its one-week low price level.

The nearest support line for TRON lay at $0.095. The additional support lines stood at $0.088 and $0.081 respectively. On the four-hour chart, the altcoin’s prices stood below its 20-SMA line, suggesting that the price momentum was in the favour of sellers. 

In accordance with the aforementioned statement about selling pressure increasing in the market, the Relative Strength Index was noted below the half-line in the bearish zone. MACD displayed red bars on its histogram. Capital inflows had also declined as the Chaikin Money Flow stood below the midline, a level it last hovered almost 3 weeks back. 

On the upside TRON’s resistance mark awaited at $0.112 and then at its multi-month high of $0.120. In recent news, TRX and BitTorrent have reportedly announced the launch of BitTorrent chain (BTTC). 

EOS

Tron, EOS and Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

EOS/USD, TradingView

EOS lost 0.8% over the past day and was trading at $5.24. At its current price level the altcoin revisited its three-week price level. EOS was inching towards its nearest support level of $5.20. With a further dip, the altcoin might fall and trade near its $4.53 support line.

On the four-hour chart, the price of the token was seen above the 20-SMA line despite recording a minor decline in the last 24 hours. The 20-SMA reading suggested that the momentum  was still inclined to favour the buyers in the market, however if EOS continues to decline, the prices can fall below the 20-SMA line.

MACD flagged a bearish crossover and displayed the onset of a red histogram. The Relative Strength Index was in the bullish zone above the 50-mark, although it threatened to fall below the half-line over the upcoming trading sessions. Similarly Chaikin Money Flow remained in the bullish territory as capital inflows still preceded capital outflows.

In the event of a revival in buying pressure the altcoin might revisit the $5.60 resistance mark and then attempt to retest its multi-month high of $6.35. 

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Tron, EOS and Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: 19 September

BCH/USD, TradingView

Following broader market price sentiments, Bitcoin Cash was also consolidating and was trading at $636.57. Its immediate support line was at $608.74, which also marked the coin’s four-week low price level. If BCH continues to consolidate over the upcoming trading sessions, it may dip below the $608.74 support line and trade near the price mark of $524.73, which the coin last touched almost over a month ago. 

Key technicals however pointed towards the onset of a positive price action in the market. MACD underwent a bullish crossover and demonstrated green bars on its histogram. The Relative Strength Index rose above the 50-mark after the coin had experienced a sell-off suggesting that buying pressure recovered in the market. 

Bollinger Bands was heavily constricted indicating the price volatility would remain extremely low in the future trading sessions. If BCH manages to break on the upside, the first resistance mark lay at its one-week high of $672.68 and then at $705.02 respectively.

On successfully trading above the $705.02 price mark, BCH can revisit its multi-month high of $789.57. In recent developmental news, Bitcoin Cash was announced to be accepted as a payment method by AMC theatres.

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