Cryptocurrency Trading

Trade crypto CFDs with without needing to own the cryptocurrency itself. With competitive spreads on Ripple, Ether and Bitcoin CFDs.

Go long or short on CFDs - Get competitive spreads - Trade without the need for a digital wallet

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Why trade crypto CFDs with

What are cryptocurrencies?

First emerging in 2009, cryptocurrencies have revolutionized our understanding of money. But what exactly are they and how do they work? Read on to discover more.

Why start investing in cryptocurrencies?

Instead of purchasing cryptocurrencies on an exchange, you can trade with CFDs on them, speculating on price movements without owning any.

How to invest in cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies represent a new asset class that is prone to extreme volatility. Understand what influences their prices and how you can effectively trade with them.

Cryptocurrency market information

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What are cryptocurrencies?

Unlike traditional currencies, cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning there is no central bank controlling the price and supply.

Most cryptocurrencies are based on blockchain technology, which allows for instant transactions without the need for a third party.

Cryptocurrencies, created and maintained electronically, are produced through a process known as mining, and there is a limited supply.

Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009, the value of the cryptocurrency market has exceeded $1,000 billion.

Buying Bitcoin vs Bitcoin CFDs

Wondering what the pros and cons are of owning a cryptocurrency vs trading it as a CFD?

Trading CFDs
Owning Cryptos
Ability to go long - buy and take advantage of rising prices
Ability to go short* - sell and take advantage of falling prices
Trade on margin
Trade on volatility - no need to own the asset or have an exchange account
No exchange fees or complicated digital wallets

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Crypto CFD FAQs

What are Cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrencies, or cryptos, are a form of decentralized digital currency that is not regulated by a government or central bank. Instead, cryptos use encryption techniques to generate, regulate, and transfer their units. Cryptocurrencies are often stored in virtual wallets (e-Wallets) and are used for peer-to-peer transactions or online stores that accept them.

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What is a crypto CFD broker?

A crypto CFD broker is a provider that enables you to speculate on the price of cryptocurrencies – such as Bitcoin – with contracts for difference. Instead of buying the digital currency, you’re taking a position on whether its price will rise or fall.

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Can I short cryptocurrencies on

Yes, short selling is as easy as buying with spot cryptocurrencies, unlike when you directly purchase cryptocurrencies.

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What’s better: CFDs or crypto?

Buying cryptos means you’re taking ownership of the digital asset, so you’ll need an account with an exchange and a digital wallet to store the crypto in securely. When you trade crypto CFDs, you just need an account with a CFD provider, and as you won’t be taking ownership of the asset, you won’t need a digital wallet.

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What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin was the first decentralized cryptocurrency. Created in 2009, Bitcoin uses blockchain verification technology to secure and protect peer-to-peer transactions. Like other cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin is decentralized and is not regulated by a central bank or any government.

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