Dear @Yofxtrader - at this time the most likely set-up is:
- CQG for futures trading
- MT4 for Forex & CFDs
Unlike Metaquotes, where server and front-end infrastructure are bundled, CQG is an open platform. E.g. your future Darwinex CQG account will be compatible with any CQG compatible front-end, including NinjaTrader, but also Multi-Charts, Tradestation and many others listed on that link. E.g. the choice of Front-end will be yours, and we will either offer pre-negotiated deals you can pay from your wallet or else, you can use your existing license with your front-end vendor of choice.
For algorithmic traders, CQG can also be readily accessed via API, so people can either use the algorithmic toolkit offered in the above front-end list, or program directly against the CQG API.
Tradingview supports CQG - e.g. Darwinex customers holding CQG accounts will be able to use tradingview simply by using the CQG log-in details we'll supply them with, for TradingViews standard conditions.
We haven't made a decision on whether to offer synchronisation between MT4 and other platforms, amongst others because we're awaiting a new release of the bridge software we use that may open up new possibilities. So, for the foreseeable future, FX trading will continue on MT4.
Multi-platform FX trading, including the release of a Darwinex trading terminal are on the cards, but we can't share timelines at this point.
Hope this helps - happy to clarify / refine this answer further as needed.