B2Prime has added new Crypto CFDs

B2Prime has added new Crypto CFDs

In May 2021, the crypto market hit a new record according to its market capitalization, surpassing the mark of $2.5 trillion, while the volatility is both a risk factor and a brand new opportunity to gain profit. Traders may capitalize on both ups and downs of the market. Forex companies follow the trend, offering users crypto CFDs.

Such an instrument is less risky, as traders don’t hold digital currencies, while the possible profitability is the highest (cryptocurrencies are the most volatile assets). As such, digital assets are a new fast-growing trend for FX companies.

The augmenting competition in the Forex market forces brokerage companies to provide traders with the highest liquidity, as this factor becomes among the distinctive ones. Adjusted to the market volatility, high crypto CFD liquidity enables traders to avoid force-major losses.

B2Prime offers the deepest crypto CFD liquidity and the lowest spreads. Bitcoin spreads start from just $0.1, and order execution – from 12 milliseconds.

In 2019 B2Prime primarily started to provide liquidity for crypto CFDs, adding 39 pairs, but on December 1, 2019, the provider enhanced the array of available pairs to 100. The company provides liquidity for both crypto-crypto and crypto-fiat pairs that include such traditional currencies as AUD, CAD, GBP, JPY, NZD, RUB, and USD to open new opportunities for FX brokers, crypto exchanges, institutional investors, and hedge funds.

We provide liquidity for all the 100 trading pairs non-stop – the trading session continues 24/7.

At present, the company supports 3 in-demand trading platforms, including MetaTrader 5, OneZero, and FIX; meanwhile, the liquidity provider keeps working on new platforms to add.

The partnership with B2Prime grants clients access to one of the deepest liquidity pools and the shortest order execution time.

On top of crypto CFDs, the company provides liquidity for other instruments: Forex, metals, commodities, indexes, and cryptocurrencies.

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