SIRIXCrypto – Leverate’s new cryptocurrency trading platform out now

SIRIXCrypto – Leverate’s new cryptocurrency trading platform out now

SirixCrypto

Following one of the hottest financial trends lately, leading forex solutions provider Leverate launched a platform specifically designed for trading in cryptocurrencies. It is called SIRIXCrypto and can be integrated and added to any business, regardless of their existing technology.

In fact, Leverate’s SIRIXWeb already features cryptocurrencies CFDs along with a wide range of other instruments, so the company now offers brokers two ways to add cryptocurrency trading to their platforms and attract new clients.

The number of cryptocurrencies increases every day, most recently Bitcoin cash appeared. As this is the biggest rising trend in finance, various businesses are trying to satisfy the ever-growing demand for digital currencies. Apart from the crypto-exchanges which offer trading directly in digital currencies, a number of forex brokers launch Bitcoin CFD trading. Recently HYCM expanded its offering with Bitcoin trading, FiboGroup and Grand Capital also jumped the cryptocurrency bandwagon, while eToro launched cryptocurrency wallet.

The demand for trading in Cryptocurrencies is far from satiated as it has become hot news and even hotter property. With a host of websites and marketing opportunities available, now is the time to get in on the market,” says the notice on Leverate’s website.

Leverate is a technology provider of forex brokerage solutions based in Cyprus. It has offices in Tel Aviv, Limassol, Hong Kong, Kiev, Shanghai, and Berlin. The company’s flagship HTML5 social trading platform Sirix is supported by a number of brokers. Besides, Leverate runs a retail forex brokerage, called Vinci Capital Markets (VinciCM), and used to operate a binary options brand, BX8.

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