Forex Brokers Update — June 29th, 2014

No new companies have been added this week, but there were some updates to the brokers:
FXtradeweb increased minimum account size for its ECN accounts from $10,000 to $50,000.
SkyFx introduced new account system, offering a range of options for all sorts of traders.
NordFX removed Perfect money, CashU and DIXIPAY from deposit options.
FIBO added UnionPay and removed PayPal, Payza, Perfect Money payment options.
Infin Markets added support for Skrill, Neteller and credit/debit cards.
ICM Capital lowered minimum account size from $100 to $1.
3TG Brokers added new deposit/withdrawal options: Neteller, OKPAY, EgoPay and WebMoney. Increased minimum deposit sizes across some account types.
Goldboro added EgoPay and Wallet One in place of Perfect Money.
Armada Markets added Neteller and FasaPay payments.
FXOpen AU introduced support for Skrill, SOFORT and giropay deposit methods.
MyTrade Markets now accepts credit/debit cards, PayPal, EasyPay and Money@Mail.Ru. Added new account type — Market Pro with ECN-like conditions.
JFX now supports Neteller. No longer accepts payments via WebMoney, credit/debit cards and Boleto Bancario.
SmartTradeFX now accepts CashU deposits.

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