Forex Brokers Update — September 12th, 2015

Three new brokers have been added to our website during the last two weeks:
BCapitalsFX — an unregulated MT4 broker with a full range of account types, starting with $10. The maximum leverage is 1:400, and the spreads are pretty low.
BCapitalsFX
Seven Star FX — an offshore company with Belizean registration and MetaTrader 4 platform. Standard accounts start at $500 while ECN accounts require $10,000 minimum. Both offer leverage up to 1:100. Many trading instruments are available for choosing.
Seven Star FX
Vomma Trading — an unregulated Russian Forex broker aimed at small traders. Their minimum is just $10, and their leverage is maxed at 1:500. The only available trading platform is MetaTrader 4.
Vomma Trading
Other brokers have been updated during the period:

  • eToro supports deposits in Canadian dollars.
  • Easy-Forex no longer has office in the USA.
  • Forex Broker Inc. removed the Japanese yen and the euro from its account currencies. Added Sirix Station platform demo.
  • IFC Markets added Czech and Hindi website versions. MICRO (MT4) accounts can now be opened with as little as $1. The minimum for STANDARD (NetTradeX) is now up to $1,000 from $200.
  • FXPRIMUS now accepts Bitcoin.
  • FxNet added cryptocurrencies to the list of trading instruments.
  • Admiral Markets disabled their Chinese website.
  • NewForex is now regulated by FSC of the British Virgin Islands.
  • At ACFX VIP accounts now start at $5,000 (was $10,000). Added new ECN Pro account type with $10,000 minimum size, 1:500 leverage, and with micro lots available.
  • Saxo Bank opened office in China (Shanghai).
  • IG opened office in the United Arab Emirates (Dubai).
  • MXTrade is not regulated by CySEC according the regulator’s recent warning.
  • Tradenext has been delisted as it is no longer working with retail Forex customers.

  • If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the latest Forex brokers updates, please feel free to reply using the form below.

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