newtradingfx posted: You can also backtest and use EA's to trade on Binance using MT5: www.mt5bf.com
There is no need for this. GenesisMarkets Broker connects MT5 to binance, Houbi, and LMAX digital. Since its a native connection from MT5 to the exchanges, it includes all the historical data for backtesting.
Personally, I still prefer to use their datafeeds and bypass their high commission costs by trading directly on the exchanges
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