Forex Brokers Update — June 30th, 2019

The last two weeks have passed without new additions of brokers to our list of companies but some of the listed ones have been updated:
Exness stopped accepting new traders from Russia. Existing customers will still be served.
AvaTrade no longer supports PayPal payments.
SimpleFX added Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, FasaPay, and Monero as payment options; disabled QIWI. Moneta.Ru, Yandex.Money, and WebMoney.
Saxo Bank lowered its spreads significantly.
RFXT added payments via Neteller and Skrill; ditched Western Union. Their spreads also became somewhat lower.
Renesource Capital upped their margin call level from 50% to 100%.
Advanced Markets added trading in cryptocurrencies with seven trading instruments: BTC/USD, BCH/USD, ETH/USD, XRP/USD, EOS/USD, LTC/USD, and XLM/USD.
FP Markets now work with deposits and withdrawals via credit/debit cards. The company is no longer regulated by CySEC. Their website is now available also in Vietnamese, Italian, Indonesian, and Malay. Customer support now also speaks Arabic, Russian, and Spanish. Live account traders now get free VPS service. ECN accounts now require just $100 (compared to $1,000 previously). The broker now offers a new trading platform — IRESS Suite.
Tickmill added QIWI to supported payment systems.
ThinkMarkets increased the maximum Forex leverage available to Standard account holders from 1:400 to 1:500.
TenkoFX began accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, QIWI, and Perfect Money for deposits.
TegasFX added Bitcoin as a deposit option.
STO now accepts payments via paysafecard.
SquaredDirect started accepting Skrill and Neteller.
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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