AmDiab posted: Please, don’t select your trading broker by others opinion! In trading industry, you have to always rely on your own trading knowledge and experience! Maybe scammers can be motivated you by this way.
Good advice! Broker selecting is a very important decision to us! It’s a part of good result! So, we should sincere more in this issue.
Yeah, I agree with everyone else. I think your question might be better phrased 'Which Brokers allow trading in cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin?' Ultimately, YOU will have to make that decision on your own '...which is better?' because that is a subjective question. Everyone will have reasons why they like one broker over another, whether it is lower commissions, spreads, platform, referral program, education material...the list can literally go on.
You aren't going to find a bunch that will.give you what you want, that's made for MT4.integration. It's a very different platform. Access on web based platform or Mobile. Bitcoin/Dash are the only excepted coins for repair for your live account. I Contact me direct if you want more info
You have to know that everyone is selecting the broker upon his requirements. So if you want to use a broker suggested by someone here - you should know that they may choose the broker because their trading style matches the broker conditions very well. It may not work the same way for you though.
I will never recommend any forex broker for cryptotrading. Because for cryptotrading there are crypto exchanges who are much better in providing best trading conditions suitable for cryptotrading and no forex broker can match cryptoexchanges.
Forex brokers are for forex trading and crytoexchanges are for cryptotrading.
There are many reasons why digital currencies are gaining increasing popularity and momentum around the world. They have a limited supply identified and source codes that trace the exact number that can be operated. Users of this currency benefit in a different way to users of traditional currencies. For example, governments can not intervene and banks can not freeze their accounts. Since there is a limit on the amount, cryptocurrency in that sense, they are limited raw materials, more like metals instead of a usual currency, and over time, their value may start to rise. They are very attractive to people who are concerned about the direct control of national banks and governments. In general, crypto-livelihoods can change the financial world, and for the time being, all its operation is still taking shape. Users of these currencies should still be aware of their limitations and volatility for now and in the near future.
ernestolavi posted: I would like to know, What Broker is better to Trade in Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum? could you give me names of Brokers and explain to me Why is better it?
You can try 1broker, simplefx or whaleclub. Coinexx is also a good option for crypto trading. However they offer MT5 instead of MT4, which appears better if you ask me. I’d say choose your broker based on what suits you.
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RampUpToForex posted: Is Coinexx one of the big crypto brokers or are they new to the scene? I want to make sure I use someone I can trust with crypto
They are a year or two old. so far the conditions esp execution looks good. You can test a small ac with them and make your decision, that what I'm doing at the moment, so far i like them, if anything changes will let you guys know
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