Forex Brokers Update — July 22nd, 2018

No new brokers have been added during the last two weeks. Here is the list of updates to the list of Forex brokers that happened during the period:
FXGlory is no longer regulated in Georgia. The company closed its offices there and in Bulgaria, but opened offices in Cyprus, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and Switzerland. The accepted payment methods now also feature Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, and PayPal. Their website is no longer offered in Armenian language.
Libertex‘s listing has been revamped to properly represent the company’s platform orientation according to geographical regions. It is also now regulated by the CySEC. Its offices are open also in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, and the USA. Demo trading with both MT4 and MT5 is available. Customers can now use Skrill, WebMoney, Yandex.Money, and Neteller for deposits and withdrawals. Autochartist analytical software is available to traders. New currency pairs have been added: EUR/TRY, USD/CNH, and EUR/CNH.
Circle Markets now offers MAM accounts for traders who would like manage multiple accounts. Trading balance can now be debited in Swiss francs, Russian rubles, and Czech koruna. Minimum accounts size has been raised from $10 to $100.
Alpari now accepts deposits via Bitcoin.
NTFX no longer offers a Russian language version of its website.
HotForex now offers MetaTrader 5 platform both in demo and live accounts.
VerumFX has been delisted as the company has apparently turned out to be a scam operation and their website is no longer working.
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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