Cryptocurrency CFDs at XM on MT5

Cryptocurrency CFD Trading On MT5 At XM

Cryptocurency CFD Trading At XM
Online BrokerCryptocurrenciesMinimum DepositTotal MarketsRegulated
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple$5300+FCA, ASIC, CySEC

XM Offers Cryptocurrency CFD Trading On MT5

Regulated broker XM now offers a range of Cryptocurrency CFDs on the MT5 platform. XM is a no dealing desk broker and allows both news trading and scalping.

What Cryptocurrency CFDs are available ?

XM offers Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Ethereum (ETH/USD), Litecoin (LTC/USD), Ripple (XRP/USD) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH/USD) CFDs.

What is XM's minimum deposit ?

XM's minimum deposit is $5 for its Micro and Standard account. It also has an XM Zero ECN account for Forex and Precious Metals trading, with a minimum deposit of $100, and low spread plus a commission charge. .

Is an Islamic account available ?

XM offers Swap Free (Islamic) accounts.

Does XM charge commissions for trading Cryptocurrencies ?

XM does not charge commissions for trading Cryptocurrencies, but there is a bid/ask spread.

What is the minimum trade size ?

The minimum trade size is 0.1 for Cryptocurrencies. In Forex trading smaller sizes can be traded, down to 0.001 lots (Nano) on the Micro account.

What platforms does XM make available for trading ?

XM offers MT4, MT5 and apps. It also has a web trader for MT4 and MT5. Cryptocurrency CFDs are available on MT5.

What other markets are available ?

The full range is offered on MT5 and it covers Forex (55+ pairs), Indices, Energy, Precious Metals, Stocks (180+) and Cryptocurrencies, for a total of 300+. MT4 does not offer Stocks and Cryptocurrencies and has 100+.

Does XM charge deposit or withdrawal fees ?

XM does not charge deposit or withdrawal fees.

Is XM regulated ?

XM is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom and is regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in Australia and the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) in Cyprus.