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“Deliverable crypto is a different matter. When crypto exchanges start being regulated and offering reliable connectivity, brokers still have to make sure that their aggregation software is able to handle cryptos and their infrastructure can ensure timely delivery. Moreover, counterparty risk remains much higher than with a regular forex LP”, said Ms. Zakharova.

Our partnership with B2C2 is an exciting development given that demand for cryptocurrency CFD trading is unprecedented and continues to grow unabated. B2C2 is a high quality cryptocurrency CFD provider and we are delighted to be working in partnership with them.” – Tom Higgins, CEO, Gold-i

With over two decades of experience working on listed derivative desks for an array of banks and brokerages, Rex Johnson moved into the retail CFD market a little over two years ago. This “gamekeeper turned poacher” move has given Rex an unparalleled level of insight into how the retail market needs to up its game if it wants to retain relevance over the next decade. As on-exchange products become more accessible and decentralised finance opens the door to even more trading opportunities, this is no time for the retail market to be resting on its laurels, despite the evident temptation to do so in the wake of those record trading volumes which emerged off the back of lockdowns.

ThinkMarkets, a leading fintech provider of financial derivatives trading has expanded its offering of CFD trading to the four most liquid Crypto currencies. The firm added Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) and Litecoin (LTC) CFDs to its MT4 and Trade Interceptor trading platforms. The dual regulated broker is now offering 24/7 leveraged trading on […]

The UK Government plans to toughen up rules on crypto advertising that could be considered misleading. The Exchequer is proposing to bring the promotion of crypto-assets into the scope of the FCA’s existing oversight, rather than creating a new framework specifically for these products.

The Financial Commission, a self-regulatory compliance specialist for the financial services industry, has sounded an alarm over yet another fraudulent firm, but this time is shedding light on a cryptocurrency scam.

Crypto-asset software and data provider, Lukka has raised $110 million in a Series E round that values it at $1.3 billion as more investors are betting on the industry’s maturation. The private valuation means the New York-based firm finally attains the ‘unicorn’ title nearly seven years after the launch of its operations.