We specialise in cryptocurrencies. However, the list of traded instruments includes much more than just cryptocurrencies.
We have selected instruments with the highest liquidity which are used by millions of traders all over the world. We offer more than 100 popular contracts: Forex market with fiat currency pairs, major companies' shares, contracts for precious metals, energy and market indices, and more.
All you need to do is register on our website. This way you will gain access to the entire range of trading instruments.
Upon a successful registration you receive a unique trading account and access to all of the markets. All the instruments are traded on margin lending terms. It means you can make deals with any instrument for an amount that is dozens, or even hundreds of times bigger than your account balance.
If you are a beginner and not eager to risk your own funds, give our unique service - Free Demo Account - a try.
Demo accounts are absolutely identical to real trading accounts. The difference is that you cannot replenish them with real money or withdraw your profits. These accounts also have no commission and the service is absolutely free of charge.
We guarantee the highest commission remuneration in the industry, assistance in opening an office, as well as business support. All you have to do is provide consulting services for our clients in regards to trading on financial markets.
There are two main types of partnerships: establishing an offline office or becoming an offline representative. More than a thousand of partners working all over the world prove the efficiency of our business solution!
After a successful registration and account replenishment, every trader is listed in our united traders database. The online database is organised as a rating system. The higher your current profitability, the higher your rating in the database.
In your Personal Area you can manage your privacy policies, communicate with other traders, copy their deals, etc.
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