cTrader has officially been launched with Skilling as part of its feature of one-account-two-platforms feature. Skilling is considered a new addition to the European financial markets, but it has managed to exceed expectations and progress rather quickly.

“One Account, Two Platforms”

Just today, Skilling announced that it will be integrating with Spotware’s trading platform, cTrader. Skilling is an online trading service provider that provides Forex and CFD trading on various instruments. With the integration with cTrader, the two trading platforms have established a very rare option, known as “One Account, Two Platforms.”

This feature allows traders of Skilling and users of cTrader with the ability to trade through two segregated platforms, all the while only having one live trading account. This means that traders will not need to manage two different live accounts, and will not need to fund two separate wallets.

Andre Lavold, Chief Executive Officer of Skilling Group, stated “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.”

Why Did They Choose cTrader?

Skilling is a FX broker that is licensed under the CySEC in Cyprus, which allows them to provide their trading services across the European Union smoothly. Since they have been making strides, they need reliable technology and precise execution, which is why they chose to partner up with cTrader.

“We needed a partner that could help us build the modern, clean Skilling UI of today and offer a seamless integration between our proprietary trading platform and out-of-the-box established trading platform. Spotware were forthcoming in what we can do with them, so we decided to partner,” Lavold stated.

According to Lavold, it is possible for more integrations between Skilling Group and cTrader.

“We have an exciting year ahead, and yes – we’re currently talking to a few key industry and non-industry participants about possible partnerships and future plans. Ultimately, we are a technology company that seeks to grow by adding and improving our in-house tech, and we therefore are very actively looking at current players in the FX & CFD space and beyond. You will definitely be hearing from and about us.”