FXOpen adds Dash to cryptocurrency trading portfolio

FXOpen adds Dash to cryptocurrency trading portfolio

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The UK forex broker FXOpen said it is expanding its existing cryptorurrency trading portfolio and adds the Dash (DSH) cryptocurrency and two new forex pairs: ETH/RUB and DSH/BTC.

The announcement comes a month after the broker added the ether to its portfolio.

The new cryptocurrency, as well as the others, offered by the broker, can be traded both on demo and live accounts. Trading in cryptocurrencies is available through “Demo Crypto” and “Crypto” accounts.

Besides Dash, FXOpen offers trading in Bitcoin, Ether, Namecoin, Litecoin and Peercoin directly against the US Dollar, Euro or Russian Ruble though BTC-e, one of the top online cryptocurrency exchanges, as a liquidity provider. The order execution is based on the ECN Aggregator – FXOpen’s proprietary technology. Those cryptocurrencies can be traded against USD, EUR, GBP, RUB, JPY, with a leverage of up to 1:3 and a minimum deposit of $10.

FXOpen is regulated by UK’s FCA. It offers forex and CFD trade, via ECN and STP accounts with different level of experience and investment.

Dash (DSH) is an innovative  cryptocurrency with improved anonymity developed by Evan Duffield and Kyle Hagan. Its core aim is to serve as electronic cash and although yet not widely accepted by retailers, currently there are a little over 6.5 million dash. One DSH costs $7.97 on Thursday and has a market capitalization of almost $52 million.

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  1. You are confusing Dash (DASH) and Dashcoin (DSH). They added Dash (with an incorrect ticker DSH).

    Dash is **not** based on CryptoNote, but is a clone of Bitcoin with many innovative features and a sound economic model.

    1. Hi, thank you for pointing that out. It seems the broker has updated the correct information at some later point and we haven’t noticed.

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