Forex Brokers Update — October 14th, 2018

Although there were no new brokers added during the last two weeks to, there are quite a few updates to report on:
IQ Option added trading in TRON cryptocurrency with 1:50 leverage.
AMarkets no longer offers xStation trading platform. ECN accounts can now be opened with as little as $500. Raised spreads and maximum leverage in Fixed accounts. Direct accounts now feature lower spreads and up to 1:1000 leverage on Forex pairs.
FP Markets and GOMarkets launched MetaTrader 5 on both demo and live trading accounts.
FBS is now regulated by CySEC. The broker no longer offers segregated accounts and removed Micro and Unlimited account types. VIP conditions have been updated.
EverFX reduced its minimum account size from $300 to $250. Increased the minimum account size for VIP accounts from $20,000 to $30,000.
ETX Capital raised the maximum leverage from 1:200 to 1:400.
ETO Markets added Pro accounts for traders with at least A$20,000.
Dukascopy decreased the maximum leverage from 1:300 to 1:200 and added Ethereum trading.
EBH Forex, CMC Markets, and City Index lowered their leverage to comply with the new ESMA regulations. The maximum is now 1:30.
FXCM added trading in BTC/USD via crypto trading account type.
Circle Markets now accepts deposits via FasaPay and PayPal.
Core Liquidity Markets brought up the maximum leverage for CorePlus and CorePro accounts to the same 1:500 maximum as in the CoreStandard accounts. The minimum account size for CoreStandard accounts has been lowered to $100.
CM Trading reduced the maximum leverage from 1:400 to 1:200 and introduced cryptocurrency trading with the following pairs: BTС/USD, LTC/USD, XRP/USD, ETH/USD.
Alpari no longer has offices in Germany, Japan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States, and United Kingdom. It now supports deposits also via credit/debit cards. Supports account balance in Chinese yuan and no longer supports the Great Britain pound for this purpose. The broker has revamped its accounts system and disabled spread betting.
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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