FXOpen News


  • FXOpen Adds Bitcoin as ECN Account Currency

    Dear clients,

    FXOpen is pleased to announce that now you can open ECN accounts in mBTC (millibitcoins)*. Starting from 27 July 2016, you can make commission-free deposits and withdraw funds in your favorite cryptocurrency with no conversion losses.

    To open a millibitcoin account, log in to My FXOpen area and open an ECN account and select mBTC as an account currency.

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  • The “Lord of the Crypto”: Free Contest by FXOpen Starts on July 25th

    FXOpen and ForexCup decided to please cryptocurrency fans this summer. The new contest called "The Lord of the Crypto" will include 16 trading pairs with such popular cryptocurrencies as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Namecoin, Peercoin and Dash. The contest is held from July 25 to August 19, 2016. Join the fight for free and compete for the prize fund of 2 000 USD!

    REGISTER

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  • Changes to Commodities and Indices Trading on July 4

    Dear clients,
    Please note that due to Independence Day celebrated in the USA on 4 July 2016 you may experience the following changes in trading hours:
    Currency pairs: normal trading hours;
    Commodities:

    • Gold – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Silver – available until 20:00 GMT+3;
    • Oil – available until 19:45 GMT+3;
    • Gas – available until 19:45 GMT+3;

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  • FXOpen Simplifies Withdrawal via Credit/Debit Cards

    Dear Customers,
    FXOpen is glad to inform you that we have improved the terms of withdrawing money from accounts via Credit/Debit cards. There`s no need to wait 30 days after the date of your latest deposit. Funds can now be withdrawn at any time provided that deposit and withdrawal are made via one and the same card.

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  • FXOpen Warns of High Volatility and Increased Margin Caused by Brexit

    High volatility affecting GBP and EUR pairs is expected on 20-27 June due to the Brexit vote held the United Kingdom on June 23, 2016 to decide whether the country should remain or leave the European Union.

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