Forex Brokers Update — August 4th, 2019

Two new brokers have been added to our listings during the last two weeks:
Blueberry Markets — a regulated Australian broker operating under the license of Eightcap Pty Ltd and aiming at international clientele. They offer MT4 accounts starting with just $100 and with up to 1:500 leverage on FX pairs.
Blueberry Markets
Credit Financier Invest — a CySEC Forex company with offices in the UK and the Middle East. They offers small MT5 accounts for traders with as little as $1 but also cater to big traders with their Elite and Prime accounts requiring $25,000 and $500,000 in funding respectively.
Credit Financier Invest
Other brokers have been updated:
ForexMart lowered its spreads by making them variable instead of fixed. Margin call and stop-out levels have been lowered too. Maximum Forex leverage is now 1:500 instead of 1:1000.
UBFX cut the maximum leverage from 1:400 to 1:100.
Turnkey Forex added Bitcoin and Skrill deposits. Increased its margin call and stop-out levels.
TurboForex no longer accepts QIWI, Yandex.Money, and Liqpay. Added support for Skrill, Neteller, and SOFORT payment options.
TryMarkets lowered spreads a little for Standard accounts.
Trust Capital stopped accepting Western Union deposits.
TriumphFX added a Premium account type. Now offers Islamic (swap-free) account types. Enabled trading in cryptocurrencies: BTC/USD, DASH/USD, ETC/USD, ETH/USD, LTC/USD, XMR/USD, and XRP/USD.
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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