Forex Brokers Update — April 23rd, 2017

There were no new brokers this week, but we have some updates to report:
Whaleclub now accepts deposits and withdrawal requests in Dash cryptocurrency.
IFC Markets is now regulated by CySEC. Added rebates and updated VIP conditions.
JFD Brokers now works with Skrill and UnionPay. Launched an affiliate program and added two new trading platforms: Guidants and AgenaTrader.
NewForex increased the maximum leverage for Cent accounts from 1:700 to 1:1000.
NetoTrade increased spreads in Mini accounts. Platinum account’s minimum size was raised from $10,000 to $50,000.
MTrading changed the minimum size for M.Pro accounts from $100 to $500. Lowered spreads for M.Standard accounts.
MTI Markets raised the minimum size for Pro ECN accounts to $5,000, lowering the maximum leverage to 1:200 there. Standard STP accounts should now be opened with not less than $1,000 with the leverage cap to 1:400.
OctaFX increased the minimum account size to $100. Lowered the minimum spreads for MT5 Pro accounts.
NSFX changed the minimum size for Jforex accounts from $3,000 to $5,000; the minimum position size there is now 0.01 standard lot. The account size has been similarly lowered in MT4 ECN accounts.
Gallant Capital Markets have been delisted due to the company’s bankruptcy.
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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