First sorry that I can't help you with Dixipay, because I have no feedback. I just want to give you an advice - when a broker allows small starting amounts (50$, 100$, 200$..) or in overall less than 500$ - this means that they want to have more clients as a quantity. The starting amount should not be a decision maker when choosing a broker, but only as a hint for you. At all costs start with a broker who is regulated. Be careful with Russian brokers and Israel brokers. Good luck :)
Appreciate the reply. Dixipay is not a forex broker but the 3rd party money transfer facility like Paypal or Skrill. Since many people have not dealt with Dixipay, I have decided to pass. Better deal with agencies that have been around and popular.
I totally agree that Regulation with reputable body is extremely important. However, with the advent of cent account opening and instant live account activation without a deposit, many rush into working with unregulated brokers.