Crypto CFDs Trading
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Tap into a crypto-craze 🤯with the benefit of advanced order types, Expert Advisors, and an extra margin 💰 – all via an industry-leading MetaTrader 4/5.

Benefits of trading CFD on Currencies

Extra Capital

Leverage is a powerful instrument to boost your performance. Requires strict risk management.

Going Long/Short

Capitalize on the market going either way — think about Options trading, but on steroids.

Liquidity & Volatility

With $6 trillion per day, there’s rarely an issue with access to trading opportunities.

Popular Currencies

AUD/CAD

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AUD/CHF

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AUD/JPY

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AUD/NZD

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CAD/CHF

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CHF/JPY

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EUR/AUD

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EUR/CHF

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EUR/NOK

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EUR/NZD

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EUR/PLN

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EUR/SEK

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EUR/TRY

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GBP/AUD

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GBP/CAD

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GBP/CHF

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GBP/NZD

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GBP/SEK

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NZD/CAD

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NZD/CHF

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NZD/JPY

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NZD/USD

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TRY/JPY

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USD/CNH

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USD/HUF

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USD/MXN

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USD/NOK

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USD/PLN

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USD/SEK

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USD/SGD

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USD/TRY

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USD/ZAR

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Nasdaq

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BTCUSD

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Aig

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Adidas

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Bnp

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ETHUSD

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Ebay

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Fedex

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Hilton

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Jpmorgan

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LTCUSD

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Nasdaq

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S&p500

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UKOUSD

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Us30

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USOUSD

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XAGUSD

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XAUUSD

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Axp

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Asx200

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Cac40

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Dax40

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Microsoft

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Nikkei225

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Ibex35

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Ftse100

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More on No Dealing Desk Execution

All trades are executed with No Dealing Desk intervention. Most trades are filled in under 10 milliseconds, with up to 2,000 executed trades per second.

Pricing

Cost of Trading Crypto CFDs

Cost of Trading Fees

Instrument

Typical Fee

Typical Fee = Spread Fee + Financing Fee (SWAP) + Commissions.

Financing Fee (SWAP)

The Fee you pay for opening a trade with a borrowed capital (leverage).

Typical Spread Fee

Spread is a difference in price between buy and sell and determines the part of the fee you pay.

Typical Commissions

Extra fees usually charged by brokers.

No results

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We define a typical Crypto trade as $1,500 held for seven days.

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Typical Trading Fee Example

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Duration:
Duration:
We take seven days to indicate the approximate costs of holding a position for an extended period of time.
SEVEN DAYS
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Leverage
Leverage
X10
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Margin Requirement
Margin Requirement
This is the capital you actually need to open a similar Crypto position.
$150 (10%)
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Spread Fee:
Spread Fee:
Since we use variable spreads, the fee below servers indicative purpouses only.
≈ $0,69 (BTC/USD)
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Financing Fee (SWAP):
Financing Fee (SWAP):
What you pay to borrow additional capital when entering a leveraged long/short position.
$1.68/$1.68 (BUY/SELL)
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Total Fees:
Total Fees:
Typical Fee = Spread Fee + Financing Fee (SWAP) + Commissions (usually $0).
$2.37/$2.37 (BUY/SELL)

Crypto Trading Example

Typical Position Size
$1,500
Also known as 0.0015 FX Lots.
Trading Pair
BTC/USD
Leverage
x10
Self-Adjusted based on position sizes.
Margin Requirement
$150 (10%)
This is the capital you actually need to open a similar Crypto position.
BTC/USD
example
1
Start
Start

On Jan 27, You Buy €0,048 BTC ($31,100/BTC) with $1,500 margin ($150 own capital).

2
Finish
Finish

By March 29, BTC surges against USD by 80% ($56,000/BTC), so you sell 0,048 BTC back for $2,688.

3
Results
Results

Gross Proft:

+$1,188

Indicative number, actual results may vary due to variable spreads and duration of the trade.

Trade Fee:

– $22.29

Net Profit:

+$1,165

Final Profit after all trading fees are deducted.
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Duration

7 days
We take seven days to indicate the approximate costs of holding a position for an extended period of time.
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SPREAD

$0,69
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Leverage

x10
What you pay to borrow additional capital when entering a leveraged long/short position.
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Financing BUY/SELL

$21.6/$21.6
What you pay to borrow additional capital when etnering a leveraged long/short poisition.
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Margin Required

$150 (10%)
This is the capital you actually need to open a similar Crypto position.
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Final Fee

$22,29/$22,29
Spread Fee + (Financing Fee (SWAP) x 7 Days) + Commissions (usually $0).