INFINOX launches leveraged Crypto trading: 18 coins, copy trade, zero fees

Rick Steves

INFINOX is a regulated platform that boasts IX Social, an automated copy trading community app that allows users to copy proven crypto strategies. 

INFINOX has officially launched an end-to-end cryptocurrency trading solution on its platform, with instant and leveraged crypto trading, available 24/7, with zero deposit or withdrawal fees.

The provider of global trading solutions announced the crypto offering will be available across Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia, and will allow users to trade crypto CFDs seamlessly.

Crypto wave is here

Sam Chaney, Head of Sales at INFINOX, said: “The crypto wave is undeniably here. Yet from an industry perspective, there’s a lot to be done to make sure that crypto trading products are accessible globally and without exorbitant fees. This is what we’re committed to achieving. Through our expertise of more than 10 years as an FX & CFD broker, and our dedication to top-grade customer service, our newest crypto solution ensures that traders can gain access to this rapidly growing market, and trade crypto pairs of their choice.”

Through the INFINOX platform, traders can gain exposure to both bull runs and crashes. The cryptocurrency markets are known to have the most volatile tradable instruments around in the world as the new asset class is still consolidating its place within the financial industry.

The newly-launched service comes with no deposit or withdrawal fees and is available to retail and professional traders, who can buy and sell crypto instantly, take advantage of 24/7 crypto trading, and hedge risk through long and short positions.

INFINOX is a regulated platform that boasts IX Social, an automated copy trading community app that allows users to copy proven crypto strategies.

A total of 18 new cryptocurrencies have been rolled out on the INFINOX platform, including popular cryptos such as Bitcoin (BTC/USD) and Ethereum (ETH/USD), altcoins such as Cardano (ADA/USD), and meme coins such as Dogecoin (DOG/USD).

INFINOX released MetaTrader 5 to all users

The announcement follows the recent launch of the MetaTrader 5 platform to all of its clients in Southeast Asia, as well as in other regions of the globe.

The move was inspired by the post-pandemic reality as global markets re-adapt and online brokerages are suiting their offerings to the atmosphere and changing their conditions accordingly. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the new era of retail trading and INFINOX is looking to cater to the new demographic by adding MetaTrader 5 (MT5) to its customers across the globe.

MT5 is the latest edition of the trading software provided by the renowned company MetaQuotes. The follow-up to MetaTrader 4 provides acccess to a versatile range of assets, including stocks, commodities, futures, forex, equities and more, as the industry goes multi asset.

The popular trading platform boasts 21 different timeframes, a built-in and frequently updated economic calendar, a mobile and tablet friendly interface, and 9 different order types, among other features. INFINOX users will be able to use MetaTrader 5 to gain exposure to all kinds of asset classes, including more than 150 different stocks.

The FX and CFD brokerage firm has recently announced the appointment of Alex Praill as its new Chief Operations Officer as the global trading period experiences a period of rapid expansion.

INFINOX has recorded an increase in trading volumes in 2021 of 25% in total from its operations in more than 15 countries.

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