Software developer Leverate announced the online trading platform Sirix in 2014. It is a social trading-oriented terminal where customers can view and copy other deals of traders. The web-based version is called Sirix Web and uses an HTML5 technology.
The workspace can be viewed as a light theme or a dark theme. There are two tabs in the Instrument window – Rates and Cubes. The properties of most traded instruments can be set here. Scalpers can use the 1-click feature where no confirmation is needed, but the possibility of errors increases. The Open Positions, Pending Orders and Closed Positions sections can all be monitored at the same time.
Customers can trade directly from the charts. There are 9 periods available – from 1 minute to 1 month. Lines, measures, and drawing shapes can be added easily. There are over 50 indicators sorted in alphabetical order.
The most used feature of the platform is that of Social Trading. The Sirix ‘Social Stream’ shows the current flow of orders placed by other customers. Members of the stream can view deals history and if they like it, they can automatically copy any future activity to their account. Only members with live accounts can use this feature.
Sirix can also be used as a mobile application for iOS and Android. Real-time news and an economic calendar of the upcoming events are built-in into the Sirix but their functionality depends on the broker offering trading services.