Forex Brokers Update — May 12th, 2019

Another week has passed without new broker listings. Still, we have a number of updates to report on:
RoboForex is now licensed by the Central Bank of Belarus.
FXOpen does not accepts SOFORT and giropay.
FxPro accepts UnionPay payments.
FXPRIMUS now accepts UnionPay and giropay for deposits and withdrawals. Raised minimum account size from $250 to $1,000.
FXPCM increased the minimum position size from 0.01 to 0.1 and lowered spreads a little in their Mini accounts. Elite account type now also features lower spreads.
FXOptimax no longer works with WebMoney.
FxNet stopped accepting UnionPay and QIWI deposits/withdrawals. Raised minimum account size for VIP accounts from $2,000 to $10,000 and for Platinum accounts from $5,000 to $25,000.
FXLinked now also offers accounts denominated in Polish zloty, Russian ruble, and Singapore dollar. Increased the minimum account size from $5 to $10 and minimum position size from 0.01 to 0.1.
FxGrow removed MoneyGram and Western Union payment options but added Yandex.Money.
FXGlory raised margin call level from 50% to 60%.
FXGlobe introduced trading in indices and in cryptocurrencies (BTC/USD and ETH/USD).
FXFlat became one of the few Forex brokers that work with PayPal.
FXCL ditched OKPAY in favor of Skrill.
FXCH now allows Bitcoin, Perfect Money, and WebMoney deposits. No longer accepts Liqpay and OKPAY.
FXB Trading introduced payments via Liqpay and Yandex.Money. Increased the minimum account size for Basic accounts from $25 to $250. For VIP accounts, the minimum size has been lowered from $25,000 to $5,000. VIP accounts now also have variable spreads.
FX Trading Pro raised minimum trade size from 0.001 to 0.01 lots.
FOREX UKRAINE has been delisted due to its website inactivity.
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