Kling & Jelko Wertpapierhandelsbank in Germany Tested and Approved AlphaTrade.com's E-Gate Product for its In-House Professional Use

Vancouver, B.C., CANADA, CANADA

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 10, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- AlphaTrade.com (OTCBB:EBNK) (Frankfurt: TDR; WKN: 920952) is today announcing that Kling & Jelko Wertpapierhandelsbank AG (Frankfurt: KJD; WKN: 629 140), one of the leading securities trading and investment banking firms on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Germany, will use the E-Gate product for its own in-house professional use.

Kling & Jelko Wertpapierhandelsbank tested the E-Gate product and stated that E-Gate "is an excellent product and the price-performance relationship is very good. We will use E-Gate for our own securities traders that deal in North American Securities and we will add a greater number of users as soon as E-Gate offers the Data Feed for European Stocks to its services. We believe that AlphaTrade.com has a great future with E-Gate in Germany, both in the professional and the private client market."

About AlphaTrade.com:

E-Gate is a browser-based stock quotation service that provides immediate access to all of the exchanges in North America. This service includes a portfolio manager and a quote grid, both capable of handling 40 individual stocks each; a charting program for historical and intraday; up to 6 Level II screens; and much more. The E-Gate system can be up and running in a matter of minutes; there is no special equipment needed or software to download or install. Go to www.alphatrade.com or www.alphatrade-europe.de.

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