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New FXCM Active Trader and fxorder2go
The link https://level2.fxcorporate.com/ now opens the ability to use the new FXCM Active Trader. That's very good. But just in the moment, it seems, no one fxprogrammer is able to access to this Active Trader with his own software. The actual version of fxorder2go does not support any access to https://level2.fxcorporate.com/.
FXCM-Help, what ar your plans for this in the future? When does fxorder2go open such an acces?
Active Trader only has a FIX API available. Order2Go will not work with it as it is an entirely different system. If you are interested in Active Trader, please speak to you sales representative.
Does that mean no Market Depth for Order2Go?
I'm sorry but I'm not sure if you mean "Active Trader the platform" or "new technologies in ActiveTrader like Market Depth". I've searched the forum trying to find out if Market Depth is only available through Active Trader. I have read this and the other thread about Active Trader vs Order2Go and FIX, but I'm not clear on the Market Depth bit.
Thank you for your time.
Originally Posted by FXCM Help
Gecko Software, Inc.
Is Market Depth itself available somewhere else (like through the Order2Go API)?
Market depth and access to our Active Trader product will not be available through any of our existing APIs. As a completely new system, it has a brand new API that is only available as a FIX API.
If you are interested in the Active Trader API, please contact your Active Trader sales representative, or alternatively view the Contact Us tab on FXCM Active Trader Platform .
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