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What is Cryptocurrency Trading?

Trading Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin etc.
explained: The smart alternative of Forex trading
Cryptocurrency Trading is the Forex (Foreign Exchange) of cryptocurrencies. This means that you are able to trade different cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin for USD. Most Altcoins (cryptos that are not Bitcoin) are paired with Bitcoin. The bigger ones are also paired with fiat currencies.

Even though we are managing it for you, we never forget that it is your money. You can speak to your investment manager whenever you have questions or want to talk about trading Cryptos.
To start trading bitcoin and earning money, you really need less than 15 minutes. Just fill out Online application, make deposit via Bitcoin and start to trade. It should be also mentioned that crypto-trading is easy to leave. Just transfer your Bitcoins out of the exchange into your wallet and you are done.
Cryptocurrency Trading is an alternative way to get involved in the Crypto-World! It doesn’t require mining hardware nor investing in bitcoin hyips or bitcoin cloud mining (which always has risk involved in their integrity).
  • Why trade Bitcoin in Forex?
  • Easy to enter
  • Small Spreads
  • Leverage Trading
  • Margin Trading
  • have a free a wallet
  • Bitcoin EA robots are accessible

Cryptocurrency Trading Overview

We do not have big difference as some exchanges have the big spreads. A spread is the difference between ask and bid prices. The ask price is the highest price that someone wants for a given cryptocurrency, this is essentially the buying price. The bid price is the lowest price someone is willing to give you for a given cryptocurrency, this is basically the selling price. The spread of BTC/USD is 1 pip it is not bigger than the one of USD/EUR,.
You have the option to use leverage trading on some Forex and Cryptocurrency Exchanges.
Leverage Trading is the possibility to trade an amount, which you don’t have at your disposal. We offer a leverage of up to ten to one (10:1). This means, that for each dollar you get 10 dollars of buying or selling power.
In conclusion, this means a higher risk and a possible higher reward.
A margin is required to be able to leverage a trade.
Margin Trading: You are allowed to use coins from peer-to-peer margin funding providers. This means, that you can borrow buying/selling power, but you need to allocate some funds (=margin) which won’t be accessible until you return the lent coins.
Let us make a 10:1 leverage example. Let the Bitcoin price be $500. Let us assume that you only have 500 USD but you want to buy 10 BTC. This is possible, but you will have to pay an interest for borrowing $5000 after you close your position. For example, the BTC closes at $550. So you have made $500 or a 100% earnings for only a 10% price increase. From this earnings, you will only need to subtract the interest rate (about 2%) and you have your final profit/loss, which is higher if you predicted the course of the trade correctly.
Never forget, that if in the same example the Bitcoin price would have fallen to below $450, then the crypto exchange would have liquidated your position and your account value would be zero.