CFD on Crypto

RISK DISCLAIMER: Please note that trading in CFDs and other leveraged products may involve a significant level of risk and is suitable for all investors. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high-risk of losing your money. Please consider our Risk Warning Statement on Cryptocurrency CFDs.

CFDs on Сryptocurrencies

Enjoy our Crypto Market. Here you will be able to place the orders on the price of Bitcoin and different volatile cryptocurrencies via a Contract For Difference (CFD) similar to our forex or equities markets. Simply put, a CFD may be a kind of by-product commerce. CFD commerce allows investors to require a grip on a variety of economic instruments while not owning the underlying asset and is exempt from taxation (though not free from all tax). the most feature is having the ability to travel long or short with leverage.

 

Prior to trading CFDs on cryptocurrencies, you should be aware of the following points

• Such products are complex, extremely risky, and usually highly speculative.
Such products entail a high risk of losing all of your invested capital.

 

• The values of virtual currencies (i.e. cryptocurrencies) are subject to extreme price volatility and as such may result in significant loss over a short period of time.

 

• Such products are not appropriate for all investors. As such, you should not engage in trading in such products if you do not have the necessary knowledge about those specific products, or if you cannot bear the loss of your entire invested amount.

 

• You shall be fully aware of and understand, the specific characteristics and risks related to trading in these products.

 

The spread for the respective Trading instrument is calculated as a difference between Bid and Ask prices of the Company’s Liquidity Provider plus the mark-up.

 

*Swap Rates are calculated accordingly with the current rollover fees of our Liquidity Providers plus a mark-up. Please note that swap charge is triple if the position is rolled over from Wednesday to Thursday.