Major Upgrade to FIX API

Boston, MA October 9, 2014


We are excited to share the great news with you!

Our team here at Boston Technologies has been diligently working on improving our products and services and we are happy to announce major upgrade to BT FIX API. Here are some major highlights:

 ● take advantage of trading CFDs via  our FIX API alongside with FX pairs and metals
 ● leverage 2 order types that are now available: LIMIT FOK and Market. Both order types support price improvements
 ● trade via our FIX API that has been upgraded to version 4.4
 ● access your corporate account via BT Xware trader and view real-time pricing, initiate manual order entries and access your account status and accounting reports real time


View product details below:

Product Name

FIX API Package


 FIX API version 4.4

FIX server location

NY4 Equinix datacenter in New York, United States

Trading Instruments

 ● 47 currency pairs
 ● 4 metals
 ● 15 CFDs

 Order types

Limit FOK or Market on the same connection

Margin deposit currencies


Min/Max Trade Size

Min: 0.01 standard lot (1,000 units)

Max: customizable (up to 500 lots/50 MLN at a clip)



Setup Fee


Reporting APIs

Java Reporting API

Web Reporting Interface


Price Improvements

 Yes, on Limit and Market orders

Dealing interface

BTxWware Trader features:

  realtime streaming prices
  realtime exposure monitoring
  order entry capability
  accounting reporting suite


Available for additional fee

Swaps Updates

Every Day
*no swaps on CFDs

 Stop Out Level

Free Margin/Equity <= 0%


Natallia Hunik, Boston Technologies' Vice President of Worldwide Sales has commented on the recent upgrades: “We are proud to announce these much anticipated changes to our FIX API as it brings even more efficiency into our clients’ operations. With the addition of CFDs, the ability to place manual hedges onto clients corporate accounts, and an introduction of reporting APIs for seamless integration with third party backoffice systems, Boston Technologies is now well-positioned to facilitate the needs of our growing client base.”

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