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JuanJoel

Member Since Apr 17, 2019  5 posts JuanJoel Apr 17 2019 at 11:18
What about eToro? They operate in the US now

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4800 posts vontogr (togr) Apr 17 2019 at 11:39
JuanJoel posted:
What about eToro? They operate in the US now


spreads are unbelivable high, there is no trading platform supported.

nick3232

Member Since Jan 03, 2018  153 posts nick3232 Apr 17 2019 at 14:14
Yijun posted:
Does coiness do fiat currency? I thought they were all about crypto


you need to have for me (coinbase) to make your first deposit or wire ,other than that it's all in us$

wd are quick and will be into your bank acc in 4 to 5 days ,i wd every week ,tested and proved for my part, once you get familliar with crypto handling it's all good

they matched your deposit up to 20,000$ 100% thus giving you a 1/300 leverage conditions witch is enough

MotoGP

Member Since Mar 04, 2019  10 posts MotoGP Apr 18 2019 at 06:01
1/300 leverage is excellent. Can only get 1:50 in Europe., I like the 100% deposit match. haven't seen one of those offers for a while. Cant beat free money to get people to sign up

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  842 posts Adribaasmet Apr 28 2019 at 11:36
MotoGP posted:
1/300 leverage is excellent. Can only get 1:50 in Europe., I like the 100% deposit match. haven't seen one of those offers for a while. Cant beat free money to get people to sign up


But if you are interested on more than 1:50 I see, till now you have the option; sine few regulated brokers offering leverage like 1:100.

Ninjan

Member Since Dec 06, 2019  9 posts Ninjan Feb 04 at 17:11
Why do you need brokers for some autotrade or something like that anyway. I clearly do not see where we are going with that....can you see that completely....But the variety of the brokers with higher leverage is really somewhat pleased.

Balint564r65

Member Since Feb 20, 2020  5 posts Balint564r65 Feb 26 at 12:56
Aletheia posted:
Oanda and Forex.com are the 2 main ones. They are both OK. They work best when you trade from Tradingview.

Offshore but not regulated is Tradersway. They have been fine and no troubles except they stopped using c-Trader which was my preferred platform.

Hope that helps.

Cheers

pullpotential

Member Since Sep 06, 2019  11 posts pullpotential Feb 26 at 13:08
togr posted:
JuanJoel posted:
What about eToro? They operate in the US now


spreads are unbelivable high, there is no trading platform supported.


eToro are a bunch of jokers. They spend a fortune on marketing and have to get that money back through high spreads and cutting customer service costs

Balint364674yy

Member Since Feb 24, 2020  9 posts Balint364674yy Feb 26 at 13:35
Aletheia posted:
Oanda and Forex.com are the 2 main ones. They are both OK. They work best when you trade from Tradingview.

Offshore but not regulated is Tradersway. They have been fine and no troubles except they stopped using c-Trader which was my preferred platform.

Hope that helps.

Cheers

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  289 posts jamesgwyther Feb 27 at 17:04
Balint364674yy posted:
Aletheia posted:
Oanda and Forex.com are the 2 main ones. They are both OK. They work best when you trade from Tradingview.

Offshore but not regulated is Tradersway. They have been fine and no troubles except they stopped using c-Trader which was my preferred platform.

Hope that helps.

Cheers


Also Hugosway, EagleFX and Crypto Rocket.

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