IC Markets Bitcoin

IC Markets Bitcoin | Cryptocurrency CFD Trading

IC Markets Bitcoin Trading
Online BrokerCryptocurrenciesMinimum DepositPlatformsRegulated
Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Dash, Emercoin, Namecoin, Peercoin, EOS
Minimum Deposit
MT4, MT5, cTrader

IC Markets Offers Bitcoin Trading On Three Platforms

ASIC regulated ECN broker IC Markets offers Bitcoin trading, along with other cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin is available on three platforms, MT4, MT5 and cTrader. IC Markets offers CFD trading, thus the trader does not own the underlying asset and no wallet is needed to store a cryptocurrency. At IC Markets it is possible to use trading strategies such as scalping and hedging with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Like other brokers, IC Markets sources its prices from exchanges.

What cryptocurrencies are available ?

IC Markets offers Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Bitcoin Cash (BCH/USD), Ethereum (ETH/USD), Litecoin (LTC/USD), Ripple (XRP/USD), Dash (DSH/USD), Emercoin (EMC/USD), Namecoin (NMC/USD), Peercoin (PPC/USD) and EOS (EOS/USD).

What leverage is available ?

Leverage is available up to 1:5 for all cryptocurrencies (at ASIC and FSA regulated IC Markets).

Is hedging and scalping allowed ?

Hedging and scalping of cryptocurrencies is allowed at IC Markets.

What is IC Markets' minimum deposit ?

IC Markets' minimum deposit is $200. IC Markets.

What is the minimum and maximum trade size ?

The minimum trade size is 0.1 lots and the maximum order size is 20 lots.

What other markets are available at IC Markets ?

IC Markets offers trading in Forex, Indices, Precious Metals, Bonds, Soft Commodities, Futures, ETFs and Stocks in addition to Cryptocurrencies, for a total of 230+. For Forex (but not for cryptcurrencies), IC Markets allows leverage up to 500:1 (cryptos up to 1:5) at ASIC and FSA regulated IC Markets.

What is the minimum stop level ?

The minimum stop level is zero, that is there is no minimum order distance.

Is IC Markets regulated ?

IC Markets is regulated in Australia by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the FSA in the Seychelles and the CySEC in Cyprus.

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