Our team is made up of traders and programmers who are devoted to the financial marketplace. We came together 7 years ago to create trading robots for financial markets. Later, we were involved in development for synergistic trading, as well as creating various solutions for brokers providing retail services.

For many years, we have observed the work of various brokers, and we have seen their work and business from the inside. We were not impressed with their ethics or with their attitude toward clients. The problem is that clients themselves tend to choose unscrupulous brokers, tempted by bonuses, spreads that are nearly zero (which do not exist in reality), and God knows what else. It does not occur to them that in a real brokerage business there is no place for all of these temptations.

If, in a classic brokerage business, everything is simple, in Binary Options, the broker is also a participant in the market and makes money on the losses of his clients. It’s probably not a secret to anyone that Binary Options is the bet of the client against the company, and we don’t see anything criminal in this. Casinos work according to the same principle and do well. Only a casino client who wins often or is counting cards will be blacklisted and no longer allowed to play. What are Binary Options brokers to do with such clients, as the risks they take on themselves are similar to those in a casino? There are methods, of course, from removing the quote to banal nonpayment. How can a broker cease to be a participant in the market and become an impartial actor in any market situation? From this question emerged the idea of a Ternary Options Exchange, which combines the simplicity of Binary Options and the classic exchange market. In this case, it is always another client who is betting against the client, and the advantage is the transparent calculation of profit by the totalizer principle, which allows for the possibility of clients earning profits in excess of 100%.