Re: Are brokers moving away from MT4 and MT5?

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mrtools wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 8:09 am Not sure.
Looks like Meta quotes is upping their integrity
And the slimy brokers cant handle it
wef,un,cia,demoncrats - their plan
cut your childs sex parts off or abort them
make you eat bugs and drink sewage water
divide races because of "slavery, terrorism, crime"
cyberhack your grid firewalls and airplanes
biological attack and fake vaccine for emergency power
take away your free speech or fire arms because its "the cause of all problems"
they trying to use a nuclear war and debt to usher digital currency
all while the banks go bankrupt and you lose your retirement

Re: Are brokers moving away from MT4 and MT5?

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ChuChu Rocket wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 6:24 pm Thanks it's a good thing they tightened the platform's availability a few years ago. Do you think it's helped clean up Metaquotes's image? Or was it a bit too late
Idk, id have to say probably both 50/50
wef,un,cia,demoncrats - their plan
cut your childs sex parts off or abort them
make you eat bugs and drink sewage water
divide races because of "slavery, terrorism, crime"
cyberhack your grid firewalls and airplanes
biological attack and fake vaccine for emergency power
take away your free speech or fire arms because its "the cause of all problems"
they trying to use a nuclear war and debt to usher digital currency
all while the banks go bankrupt and you lose your retirement


Re: Are brokers moving away from MT4 and MT5?

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Starfish wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 10:16 pm Idk, id have to say probably both 50/50
I say it's 100% beneficial and ethical. In the past, MT4 broker-dealers such as IG US LLC have been allowed to hack MT4 so that swaps are totally omitted. Forex.com US hacked swaps out of the symbols info and into a tab that doesn't even exist in Metaquotes' real MT4.

Also... with a frequently updating MT5 that natively supports machine learning and Python, and everything else via custom DLL's; I suspect that there's no need to hack Metaquotes' real MT5.
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