Cryptocurrency Trading
A digital cryptocurrency is a trading medium designed and created using cryptography and does not depend on a statutory currency issuing institution. Digital cryptocurrencies can only be generated by computer operations, but can also be traded like physical currencies. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Litecoin, and Ethereum are the most-watched cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are a relatively new investment vehicle for the trading market and are more volatile and risky than other assets.


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We offer seamless trading via both iOS and Android mobile apps along with our web platform.  You are free to trade anywhere, anytime, any platform

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Simple and Intuitive Platform

Experience a platform that integrates market updates, trading, market information, with account management and risk management.

Competitive Trading Costs

Enjoy low-cost trading, zero commissions, low overnight fees, and competitive and transparent spreads.

Competitive Threshold Trading Conditions

The minimum volume per trade is as low as 0.01 lots

Regulated by ASIC

Under the regulations of ASIC (AFSL398528), all client funds are segregated.

Protection Against Negative Balances

Your account will not lose more than your initial deposit under any market circumstances–our negative balance protection ensures your account never go below zero.

Excellent Online Support

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1. Major global regulators' ban on cryptocurrencies
Opinions of national leaders and legislation have a significant impact on the world of cryptocurrencies. In September 2017, China announced that ICO-related operations were illegal, causing the price of Bitcoin to plummet.

2. Investment
All cryptocurrencies, especially those that are little known, are easily influenced by investors who may intentionally manipulate the price trend. If an investor has a large amount of funds, he/she may target a certain cryptocurrency and spend heavily in promoting it in the hope of sending its price and market demand higher. The investor may then profit from higher prices.

3. Central Banks, particularly the Fed's policy orientation
If the Fed enters an easing cycle again by significantly lowering the benchmark interest rate, and other major central banks follow suit, probably triggering competitive currency devaluations worldwide, then the cryptocurrency market may turn bullish for a second time.

The launch of the world's most important cryptocurrency represented the emerging industries and innovative ideas supported by the blockchain technology behind the currency. Investing in promising cryptocurrencies is equivalent to investing in the bright future of financial technology. If you believe in the business logic and the future of a cryptocurrency, you can invest in that cryptocurrency through our platform.

If you subscribe to the concept of a public blockchain platform with smart contract functionality and believe that this business philosophy will continue to grow and grow fast, you may consider investing in cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum (ETH) and EOS. If you agree that the decentralisation concept of cryptocurrencies will become more popular, then consider investing in cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin (BTC).

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