Forex Brokers Update — May 28th, 2017

The last two weeks included the following updates to the companies listed in the brokers section of now supports trading cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin on 1:3 leverage) via its MetaTrader 5 platform.
AvaTrade now supports a whole range of cryptocurrencies for trading (including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Dash) with the maximum leverage for BTC/USD as high as 1:50.
eToro jumped on the bandwagon adding both Bitcoin and Ethereum currency pairs to its range of trading instruments.
HiWayFX is no longer authorized by the CySEC.
AAATrade increased slightly the minimum boundary for its spreads.
FBS is no longer offering its website in Russian and is no longer a member the Russian National Association of Forex Dealers (NAFD). Added regional offices in Egypt, Korea, and Thailand. Offices in Viet Nam and Jordan have been closed. DIXIPAY, EgoPay, Liqpay, Moneta.Ru, and QIWI payment systems are no longer supported. PAMM facility has been removed. Added an ECN account type with $1,000 minimum size and a possibility of a negative bid/ask spread (there is still commission for trading, of course). Maximum leverage in Micro and Zero Spread accounts is now 1:3000. Spreads have been lowered in Standart account type. The number of currency pairs has been reduced significantly for both Standart and Cent account types.
Saxo Bank and FXCM no longer offer Islamic trading accounts with no rollover interest.
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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