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ZuluTrade Partners Exclusively with SpotOption to Bring Social Trading and Automated Strategies to Binary Options

ZuluTrade the world’s leading online and mobile social trading platform, which enables users to follow algorithmically ranked experts’ performance from a vast network of traders, today announced their collaboration with SpotOption the leading Binary Options platform provider.

SpotOption is today’s largest binary options platform provider. SpotOption prides itself on innovation, with unique features that give binary options a dynamic twist (such as One Touch, Simple Forex, SpotWiz algo trading, Ladder, etc.) and a mobile app that is unrivaled with state-of-the-art graphics and features. SpotOption’s solution can be provided as a complete, stand alone operation, or can be easily integrated with full API into an existing operation. SpotOption’s clientele stands at 200 labels, and they hold about 70% of the market share.

ZuluTrade’s social autotrading service will be integrated with the SpotOption platform. This partnership will allow users to select traders to follow, as well as trading experts to build automated strategies on Binary Options, by using ZuluTrade’s unique feature Zulu Scripts. By following ZuluTrade's ranked traders, users can take advantage of expert-level transactions without having to study indices or markets, and it eliminates the need to always be online. Trading Binary Options through ZuluTrade’s server-based platform removes the influence of emotion on trading, and ensures a calm mind as decisions are taken by experts who are not only ranked by a patented algorithm, but who are also reviewed by ZuluTrade’s widespread and experienced community of traders. Users will have the security of keeping their funds with a Binary Options broker of their preference.

Leon Yohai, Founder and CEO of ZuluTrade comments, “We are very excited to introduce binary options to the ZuluTrade community, by collaborating with the industry’s top platform provider, SpotOption.” He continued: “This is a great opportunity for all SpotOption white labels, as they can easily integrate with ZuluTrade and take advantage of the various benefits of ZuluTrade’s unique trading technology. There is a tremendous interest by most white labels and the final product will fulfill all expectations.

Tammy Levy, Director of Marketing at SpotOption , “ZuluTrade is one of the most advanced and innovative social trading providers world-wide. Having ZuluTrade integrated with our platform is a breakthrough for the market of Binary Options. The unique social trading expertise of ZuluTrade with the simple and easy to understand nature of Binary Options, is a powerful combination that is expected to be extremely beneficial for everyone, especially the traders.”

With a network of over half a million members from 192 countries, and partnering with 70 brokers world-wide, ZuluTrade has earned the title as the world’s leading online and mobile Forex auto-trading platform, with a dedicated site in 26 languages, a desktop widget and native applications for iOS, Windows and Android environments.

About ZuluTrade:

Founded in 2007 by Leon Yohai, ZuluTrade is headquartered in Athens, Greece, and has a young and progressive team of 120 people and growing. ZuluTrade’s online network lists over half a million registered users from 192 countries, and has an executed trading volume record of over 650 billion USD globally. For additional information, visit www.zulutrade.com.

About SpotOption:

SpotOption was established in 2009, and is officially today’s leading binary options platform provider. With a staff of over 130 employees, including top programmers, developers, and designers, SpotOption’s technology platform was awarded “Best Binary Options Platform Provider” by Forex Magnates.2. SpotOption has expanded globally with clients in, Europe, Asia, Middle East, South America, and Australia.

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