The payment provider APS starts operating built-in payments in MetaTrader 5


5 March 2024

APS has joined MetaTrader 5 Payments, a service designed to streamline client onboarding, boost deposit transaction conversions, and reduce broker costs. Integrated payments offer an excellent solution for experienced companies and especially startup brokers, who will find it easier to launch their own business without the extra costs of developing and implementing their own payment system. To start accepting payments via the platform, a brokerage company needs to enter into an agreement with a supported PSP and specify authorization data in the platform. From now on, all of its clients will have the opportunity to top up funds via the terminal. In the near future, the feature will be available on mobile terminals for iOS and Android.

The payment provider APS starts operating built-in payments in MetaTrader 5

Mr Medet Koshtayev, CFO at APS, has commented on the service launch: "In joining forces with MetaQuotes, APS envisions a future where innovation meets financial sophistication. This collaboration is a testament to our goal of redefining online payment solutions. As a result, we will empower clients with advanced digital tools, ensuring a seamless and efficient online payment experience".

APS empowers businesses globally with online and corporate payment solutions. APS provides access to multiple payment solutions for clients worldwide, streamlining administrative processes and saving operational costs. The system supports card payments in more than 50 countries, as well as digital currency transactions. The provider's services are already available for selection when creating wallets. You can contact the company representatives for further connection details using the feedback form provided here.

To assist brokers in selecting payment providers, we have created a separate Providers section in MetaTrader 5. It features descriptions of companies and their services, supported payment systems, and contact details for requesting service connections.