This video will teach you how to integrate XTB with your FixyTrade Account. With this, you can synchronize your trades from XTB accounts to your FixyTrade account.

Step by Step process

To add an XTB account, simply click on XTB on the integration page and follow the steps:

Step 1: XTB Account Name

You can specify anything you want. This name will allow you to identify your XTB account in FixyTrade.

Example: Trading account

Step 2: XTB User ID

Indicate your XTB user ID.

This is a string of numbers that you will find in your XTB emails or on the xStation5 trading station (top right).

Example: 1921958

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ℹ️ Do not try to enter your XTB login email address as it will not work. If you have not entered the correct ID number with the correct password, you will get the following message:

Step 3: 🔒 XTB Password

Enter your XTB account login password.

We do not store your credentials and cannot perform any transactions on your accounts. Learn more about FixyTrade security.

Step 4: Final check

✅ Your account is now ready.

Before starting the data synchronization, check that all the information entered is correct.

If everything is ok, click the "Add XTB account" button to start synchronization.

ℹ️ The first synchronization of your trades may take up to 30 minutes. Please be patient.


Compatibility

You can synchronize with FixyTrade:

✅ XTB Demo accounts

✅ XTB Real Accounts

Past Trading Data

XTB's API allows us to import your past trading data.

Security

You should know that these credentials are secure.

All exchanges are integrated with read-access-only API keys.

All API keys are encrypted & securely stored.

Synchronization

To synchronize your trading data, Your XTB trading platform does not have to be open on your computer.

FixyTrade will be able to synchronize your data if your XTB trading platform is not open on your computer.

Limitations

The XTB broker does not share in its API the "Deposits" and "Withdrawals" data. Therefore, they cannot be displayed in FixyTrade.

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