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Swissquote launches exchange-traded bitcoin certificate

Nov 23 2017 14:51:48, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 Swissquote Bank, a Swiss-regulated financial services provider, announced it has launched the first actively managed Bitcoin certificate that is traded on the SIX Swiss Exchange. It allows mainstream investors to participate on the cryptocurrency market, without the usual risks associated with it. “Even though we believe that Bitcoin represents the future, the volatility can be very high and considered too much of a risk by the average investor. This is why our strategy focuses on reducing volatility by increasing the amount of cash in periods of uncertainties and downturns”, said Peter Rosenstreich, Head of Market Strategy at Swissquote. Read more

UK’s FCA warns NBLFX forex broker is a clone

Nov 23 2017 14:18:27, Jonathan Smith in Market

UK’s financial markets and services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has warned that the forex broker NBLFX and more precisely – its owner Niru Bala/Numex Foreign Exchange Corporation (UK) Ltd – is a clone of an FCA-regulated company. The FCA licensed company Numex Foreign Exchange Corporation is operating the forex brokerage NumexFX, which does not appear to be currently active. Nevertheless, the company has a proper FCA license, as per the official registry. As most clones, this one is mixing the information of the genuine company. Read more

Finnish regulator warns of risks of ICOs, cryptocurrencies

Nov 22 2017 14:22:05, Jonathan Smith in Market

The Finnish financial markets and services regulator, the Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), has joined the host of national regulators warning of the risks of investing in initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrencies. In a statement on its website, the ICOs, much like other regulators, notes that both instruments are used as highly speculative investments and their use for payment is secondary, despite the initial intentions of their development. “Evidently, the pursuit of quick profits has motivated individual citizens, who are buying bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The risks associated with investing in cryptocurrencies are not fully recognised, however. Read more

Bitfinex adds BTC/EUR pair to portfolio

Nov 22 2017 13:40:22, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 Bitfinex, the largest cryptocurrency exchanges by trading volume (USD 38 billion in the last 30 days), has expanded its portfolio by adding the BTC/EUR pair to its offering, announcing the news on Twitter. This is the first pair featuring the Euro on Bitfinex, which so far has been offering margin trading on cryptocurrency/USD pairs only: Bitcoin, Bcash, Ethereum, Iota, NEO, Litecoin, EOS, Ripple, Bitcoin Gold, Dash, Zcash, Ethereum Classic, Monero, OmiseGO, ETP, Santiment, Qtum, Eidoo, Streamr, and Aventus.  By doing so Bitfinex would become one of the very few major cryptocurrency exchanges with Euro trading, besides Kraken and Bitstamp. Read more

$31 mln worth of Tether cryptocoins get stolen, developers freeze assets

Nov 21 2017 14:38:28, Jonathan Smith in Market

$31 million worth of Tether coins got stolen this Monday, following a “malicious attack”, the fintech behind the alt-coins said. The thieves sent the tokens to an unauthorized e-wallet, but the Tether developers managed to freeze the assets, by writing new code for the Omni Core software, blacklisting the address where the loot was held. Additionally, the Tether developers managed to convince the exchanges not to trade or use the “old” tokens. This means the stolen coins cannot be transferred or liquidated, i.e. cashed in. "$30,950,010 USDT was removed from the Tether Treasury wallet on Nov. Read more

Hong Kong’s SFC warns of forex brokers FXBTG, Vortex Assets, LeagueTrade

Nov 21 2017 13:51:45, Jonathan Smith in Market

Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has updated its warning list with unlicensed and dubious forex brokers. The latest additions include FXBTG, Vortex Assets and LeagueTrade.   According to SFC, the Hong Kong address, listed in FXBTG’s site actually belongs to a Hong Kong secretarial company. There are several other addresses, including in the USA, New Zealand, Ireland, UK, Koala Lumpur and Australia.   Our check on the broker’s site revealed that it claims to be owned by FXBTG Financial Limited, regulated in New Zealand. Read more

Spain’s CNMV warns of IronFX, LiteForex sites with Catalonia extensions

Nov 20 2017 14:10:41, Jonathan Smith in Market

Spain’s financial markets and services regulator CNMV issued a warning against two sites with a .cat (Catalonia) extension: forex.cat and forextrading.cat.   In its publication CNMV notes that these institutions are not registered in the corresponding registry of this Commission and, therefore, are not authorized to provide investment services.   Our check revealed that the forex.cat site is associated with the forex broker IronFX, but is not operating as a broker site. Actually, the forex.cat site looks rather dubious. Read more

IQ Option joins Serenity Financial blockchain settlement system

Nov 20 2017 09:37:49, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

IQ Option, one of the major binary options brokers regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) has joined the Serenity Financial blockchain-based settlement system.   According to the official announcement, IQ Option will be among the first brokers that will increase security for their binary options trading clients by providing services through Serenity platform.   The platform unites forex brokerages and cryptocurrency exchanges from all jurisdictions. It is based on the blockchain technology and records all transactions, trades and withdrawals, thus guaranteeing fairness of all trades and withdrawals. Read more

Is copy-trading the best way to trade forex?

Nov 16 2017 15:58:37, Stanimir Zhelev in Signals

Trading forex is no longer solely the domain of sharply dressed men on bustling trading floors. Technological developments have made this market accessible to homes and offices around the world, and many are capitalising on the opportunity to grow their investments, writes FXTM’s Senior Writer, Samantha Robb.     Forex is the largest of the financial markets, with a daily turnover estimated to be in the region of US$5 trillion. Governed by political, economic and geographical factors, it’s also one of the most difficult markets to navigate. It might hold huge potential for gains, but there is also the potential for huge losses. Read more

XM expands crypto CFD offering with Ether, Litecoin, Dash, Ripple

Nov 15 2017 10:01:36, Jonathan Smith in Brokers

 Leading EU broker XM announced it is expanding its cryptocurrency CFD portfolio with the addition of the alt-coins Ether, Litecoin, Dash, Ripple as underlying assets.   They can be traded against the USD on the MetaTrader 5 platform client accounts. Similarly to the BTC/USD CFDs that were launched earlier this year, the new instruments can be traded with a leverage of up to 1:5 and a minimum trade size of 0.1 lots.   Clients who do not have an MT5 account can open one from the Members Area, without the need of additional validation. Besides crypto CFDs, the XM clients can trade in  forex and a range of 163 stock CFDs on all popular individual stocks. Read more

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