RoboMarkets changes its MT5 trading server structure
CySEC licensed retail FX and CFDs broker RoboMarkets has sent a note to its clients and partners, indicating that in order for the company to improve trading conditions and expand the range of offered account types, the RoboMarkets server infrastructure will change starting from June 13th, 2020.
Starting from June 13th, 2020, MT5-based RoboMarkets accounts will be available on on the following servers:
|RoboForex-Pro (earlier RoboForex-MetaTrader5)||mt5-dc1.roboforex.com|
The company noted that “ECN” and “Demo” accounts will be relocated to a new server, and won’t be available when connecting to them using the previous address. To continue using MT5 and/or its mobile version after the changes have entered into force, clients should add their trading account to the terminal once again. Fee-based trading robots may be bound to the trading server name (clients should contact a developer for clarification). To continue using them, clients may require an updated version of the software bound to a new server name.
Starting from June 13th, 2020, positions of Pro-Standard, Pro-Cent, and Demo Pro accounts in the instruments with the postfix “.m” will be available in the instruments without postfixes. These changes may require clients to modify their trading robot settings.
All hedging instruments will be switched to the “Close only” mode. Positions in the instruments with postfixes “m1”-“m3” will not be replaced by positions in the instruments without postfixes.
Operations to upgrade the server infrastructure will be conducted on Saturday, June 13th, 2020. RoboMarkets has asked clients to bear in mind that using MT5-based accounts (performing balance or trading operations, opening new accounts) won’t be available starting from 12 AM June 13th and until the end of upgrade operations. Updated links to trading terminals will be available after technical operations are over.