B2Broker releases new functionality for its powerful B2Core system
B2Broker, a fintech giant with expertise in providing liquidity for cryptocurrency, Forex, and CFDs markets and cutting-edge technology solutions for brokerages and exchanges worldwide, has just released a significant update to its flagship product, B2Core, which has a host of new features and functionalities.
This release is designed to provide clients with a wide range of options, flexibility, and security by incorporating the following improvements:
- New admin notifications segment
- Better sync between B2Core and B2Trader
- Client tests upgrades
- Enhance verification with Client Tests
- New KYC providers
- Deposits via Google Pay
- Integration upgrade for cTrader: Netting and Hedging capabilities
Event Notifications Segment
This team introduced a new section entitled Event Notifications to the admin notification system. Administrators and users will now be able to receive timely and accurate information regarding certain back-office system activities and respond to any changes or problems more effectively.
In addition to alerts for withdrawal requests, the conclusion of Client Tests, and other events, admins can configure individual alerts. Furthermore, the team has included a bot that provides reports through Slack.
Better Sync Between B2Core And B2Trader
There is no longer a requirement for clients to create assets on the B2Trader side. Administrators can now create the necessary currencies in the B2Core back-office and add them to Products. As a result, B2Trader adds the assets automatically, saving clients’ time and effort while improving the overall experience.
Client Tests Upgrades
There are two new types of questions available for the Client Tests: open questions and questionnaires. In an open question, the user is able to enter an unrestricted response. Additionally, questionnaires assist clients in obtaining important information from their users in a simple and convenient manner.
Enhance Verification With Client Tests
Users with administrative access can now find and activate an option in the back office that allows end users to verify their identities via a Client Test. After activation, users will be required to submit documents for KYC as well as complete a Client Test before they may proceed to the next level of verification.
New KYC Providers
The team has integrated two additional KYC service providers, Sapuma and IDWise. The improved user verification tools will make it simpler and quicker for B2Core customers to collect the required data from new users while still adhering to all legal obligations. Additionally, all personal data is safeguarded thanks to the high degree of security offered by Sapuma and IDWise.
Deposits via Google Pay
Deposits via Google Pay are now possible in B2Core. The team included a well-known payment service to streamline the deposit procedure and improve customer convenience. Clients must, individually or with the B2Core team’s assistance, integrate certain payment providers into their ecosystem to activate the Google Pay deposit option.
Integration Upgrade for cTrader
The team has added the possibility to choose an account type, further enhancing the B2Core integration with cTrader. It may be turned on by the admin user in the back-office settings, allowing his users to select between Netting and Hedging as their preferred account type.
The hedging type allows the opening of several positions in various directions, whereas the netting type only permits one position open in any direction for one instrument at a time.
Additionally, the admin user has the ability to restrict the list of account types to just one, making it the same for all platform traders.
To give its customers the greatest experience possible, B2Broker is always enhancing its goods and services. Brokers now have access to the most recent technology advancements, improved integrations, and KYC capabilities thanks to B2Core’s most recent upgrade. Now is the time to test out these new features and discover how they may help your company.
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