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smartyfx

Member Since Nov 04, 2009  1 posts smartyfx Jan 13 2010 at 05:45
Is there anything available for Dukascopy platform? Could be handy.

Staff

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1359 posts Ethan (Staff) Jan 13 2010 at 08:09
Not at the moment, but we do plan to fully support it.

someguy

Member Since Aug 10, 2009  33 posts someguy Jan 13 2010 at 11:35
Dukas is about to release a MT4 option soon, perhaps that suffices? Of course, if you prefer the current platforms it isn't a option.

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arnab

Member Since May 16, 2010  3 posts Arnab Karmakar (arnab) Aug 04 2010 at 18:11
Do you support the JForex platform now?

Staff

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1359 posts Ethan (Staff) Aug 08 2010 at 09:57
Unfortunately, no.

HDKR

Member Since Aug 05, 2010  12 posts HDKR Aug 09 2010 at 18:55 (edited Aug 09 2010 at 18:56 )
Yes we will be switching over to Dukascopy in the future. Perhaps someone who is currently trading with them could suggest that Dukascopy work with myFXtrade book?

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stevetrade

Member Since Oct 28, 2009  1401 posts Steve B (stevetrade) Aug 10 2010 at 13:22
I trade with Dukascopy and it would be lovely to have a Dukascopy upload option on MyFxBook.

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HDKR

Member Since Aug 05, 2010  12 posts HDKR Aug 10 2010 at 16:23 (edited Aug 10 2010 at 16:33 )
Steve, could you send an email to Dukascopy, requesting they look into this? I'm sure there's nothing myFXbook can do until Dukascopy sets up a secure way for the them to get their trader's records.

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arnab

Member Since May 16, 2010  3 posts Arnab Karmakar (arnab) Aug 10 2010 at 16:36

Staff posted:
    Unfortunately, no.

The code of MyFxbook.ex4 is not available and so it is hard to create a similar one in Dukascopy for me or for anybody who does not want to decipher the code of EX4. Since I code both in MQ4 and Java, I do not see any specific reason why there is so much delay on releasing one for Dukascopy. Anything that you can write in MQ4 can easily be coded in JForex.

Are you planning something else? Dukascopy MT4 is different than JForex. Accounts for JForex and MT4 are not same and Dukascopy MT4 is only for Demo accounts.

zebra

Member Since Aug 10, 2010  55 posts Zebra (zebra) Aug 11 2010 at 02:59

arnab posted:
    
Staff posted:
    Unfortunately, no.

The code of MyFxbook.ex4 is not available and so it is hard to create a similar one in Dukascopy for me or for anybody who does not want to decipher the code of EX4. Since I code both in MQ4 and Java, I do not see any specific reason why there is so much delay on releasing one for Dukascopy. Anything that you can write in MQ4 can easily be coded in JForex.

Are you planning something else? Dukascopy MT4 is different than JForex. Accounts for JForex and MT4 are not same and Dukascopy MT4 is only for Demo accounts.



Agreed. An EA can easily be implemented in JAVA to display our Dukascopy Jforex Accounts.

Hope to see it soon. Maybe We should help out with the Java programming as MYFXBOOK may not has the ability to perform this task.


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