Linux on ThinkPads
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Have a problem and I hope that I will got a useful answer on this Forum.
I've been looking for a reputable Broker in which the software runs equally good on Linux. So far I've always traded on my Computer whit Forex and CFDs. I heard from a friend that there is also a broker today who has a special software for Linux. Can someone recommend me such broker?
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You heard that right, there is actually a broker today that has made a special version for the Linux operating system. It is used far too little by people today and that is one of the reasons why this broker today is not well known. I have been using the web version of IQ Option for some time, and can say that I really liked it. I simply log in via a Browser and you could use them without much trouble. Works great
Have a look here for more information: https://www.iqoptionmag.com/linux-trading-platform.html
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Our Forex and CFD broker program works on Win10; no Linux alternative.
Anyways, Win10 works fine for our purposes...
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