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Onlinetrader - Forex Signal Service and Investment Management Solution


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Onlinetrader - Forex Signal Service and Investment Management Solution


OnlineTrader5 – Simple yet a powerful solution.

Key features
=> Signal providing module – free addon
=> Membership module to educate your clients or sell courses – free addon
=> MAM module – Web based tradecopier included (MT copier API costs $7.99/month/account)
=> Flexible investment management system
=> Crypto swapping module
=> Automated and dynamic ROI (Return on investment topup)
=> Email notification on registration, when ROI drops and at the end of investment circle.
=> Beautiful default email template for all notifications
=> CRM on admin end
=> Admin roles
=> User to user wallet transfer
=> Admin can add unlimited custom payment methods with barcodes
=> Timezone setup
=> Audit logs – View users login activities & IP blacklisting
=> Users can setup OTP for withdrawal
=> Social login (Google Auth)
=> Google 2FA
=> Google Translate
=> Recaptcha
=> 5 Levels Referral System
=> KYC (Know your customers) Compliance
=> Advance users management
=> Simple and friendly frontend content editor from admin
=> Live chat management
=> Mass email to all users
=> Logo and favicon management


 

Support is available for paid files only
Support for free files is offered for a fee only

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On 8/23/2023 at 6:00 PM, David Lato said:

how?

  • Access cPanel:

    • Log in to your cPanel account.
  • Open phpMyAdmin:

    • Look for the "Databases" section in cPanel and click on "phpMyAdmin."
  • Select Database:

    • Choose the database associated with your Laravel application.
  • Locate the Users Table:

    • Look for the table that stores user information. This table's name is typically something like users or admins, but it might have a prefix based on your Laravel installation.
  • Find the User Account:

    • Locate the row corresponding to the admin account you want to reset. Usually, you can find the user by searching for the username or email associated with the admin account.
  • Update the Password:

    • Once you've found the user account, look for the password field. Laravel uses the bcrypt hashing algorithm for passwords. You cannot retrieve the original password, but you can reset it.
    • To reset the password, replace the existing hashed password with a new one. You can generate a new bcrypt hash using an online tool or by using Laravel's bcrypt helper function in a Laravel application. Just copy the generated hash and paste it into the password field.
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On 11/23/2023 at 2:55 PM, depth said:
  • Access cPanel:

    • Log in to your cPanel account.
  • Open phpMyAdmin:

    • Look for the "Databases" section in cPanel and click on "phpMyAdmin."
  • Select Database:

    • Choose the database associated with your Laravel application.
  • Locate the Users Table:

    • Look for the table that stores user information. This table's name is typically something like users or admins, but it might have a prefix based on your Laravel installation.
  • Find the User Account:

    • Locate the row corresponding to the admin account you want to reset. Usually, you can find the user by searching for the username or email associated with the admin account.
  • Update the Password:

    • Once you've found the user account, look for the password field. Laravel uses the bcrypt hashing algorithm for passwords. You cannot retrieve the original password, but you can reset it.
    • To reset the password, replace the existing hashed password with a new one. You can generate a new bcrypt hash using an online tool or by using Laravel's bcrypt helper function in a Laravel application. Just copy the generated hash and paste it into the password field.

Thanks a lot and lot,,,love more,,,,I try untill I get tired on how to enter as admin,,,but through follow this instruction now am able to login as admin,,,even YouTube didn't help me but this comment help me a lot,,,thanks again and again

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