Essentially, there is a huge difference between a traditional FX Broker license, issued by a regulatory agency such as the FCA, CySEC, ASIC, etc., and a license to offer cryptocurrencies. The traditional FX licenses, as we all know, allow an FX Broker to offer many instruments to its clients and allow them to trade forex pairs, metals, crude oil, equities, indices, etc.
You, the white-label forex broker, have decided to go the white-label route for all the right reasons. It might be a turnkey solution that takes all the worry and hassle of finding individual partners and suppliers. It might be a decision based on the speed to market that a white-label solution offers. Or, in some cases, it is purely based on the cost of a white label versus a fully independent setup.
The Variety of White-Label Trading Platforms Available on Leverate: Choosing the Right Ones for your White-Label FX Brokerage
Anyone looking to start up as a white-label forex broker has myriad decisions to make: Do we go with a full turnkey solution? Or do we build it ourselves with selected modules and partners? Do we find our own forex liquidity providers? What trading platform should we choose?