Trade the most popular cryptocurrencies
Bitcoin vs US dollar
With a market cap of almost half of all the cryptos, Bitcoin is by far the most popular cryptocurrency. Being also the first crypto, Bitcoins has seen sky-high prices like no other crypto.
Ethereum vs US dollar
The second most popular crypto has seen a huge increase in its market cap. Having its advantages and strong points, Ethereum it’s on the top spot for many crypto traders.
Litecoin vs US dollar
Started with the goal to be a faster version of Bitcoin, this crypto has been under the spotlight. More suitable for scaling up as means of payment, compared to Bitcoin, Litecoin appeals to many traders.
Bitcoin Cash vs US dollar
The fork of the Bitcoin blockchain. Bitcoin cash is designed with larger block sizes in order to get more transactions and bigger scale. With a structure similar Bitcoin’s, it can be a big thing.
Polkadot vs US dollar
Designed for security, scalability and innovation, Polkadot was well received by many crypto traders. This crypto started in 2020, so it’s relatively new in the crypto world.
EOS vs US dollar
Released in 2018, EOS has seen its ups and downs. But with its strong points like ease of use for developers and with free transactions, EOS crypto is interesting for many traders.
Chainlink vs US dollar
A decentralized blockchain Oracle network, built on Ethereum, Chainlink is well suited for contract providers and investors.
Stellar vs US dollar
An open source blockchain aimed at enabling inexpensive transactions in underdeveloped markets. Founded in 2014 by industry experts, Stellar can be on the path for something big.
Neo vs US dollar
Based on proprietary open source blockchain NEO’s goal is to register trade and circulate multiple types of assets. And with a rising popularity in the crypto world, NEO is on the top list for many crypto traders.
|Symbol||Leverage||Target Spread (USD)||Average Spread (USD)||Trading Hours (CET)|
|BTCUSD||1:10||55||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|ETHUSD||1:10||4||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|LTCUSD||1:10||0.5||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|BCHUSD||1:10||2||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|DOTUSD||1:10||0.08||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|EOSUSD||1:10||0.018||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|LINKUSD||1:10||0.08||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|XLMUSD||1:10||0.0018||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|NEOUSD||1:10||0.25||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|ADAUSD||1:10||0.02||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|DOGEUSD||1:10||0.002||-||Sun 23:00 - Fri 23:00|
|Symbol||Max volume||Min volume/Step size||Tick size/value||Contract size|
|Symbol||Lot Size||PIP Values||Margin Requirement / Lot||Hedged Margin||Leverage|
|Symbol||Long Swap||Short Swap|
Maximum notional value of positions per customer is 100,000 for BTCUSD, ETHUSD, LTCUSD, 50,000 for BCHUSD, DOTUSD, EOSUSD, LINKUSD, XLMUSD, NEOUSD, ADAUSD and 20,000 for DOGEUSD. Swap amounts in percentage per year
ActivTrades policy on hard forks
A fork is a change to the software of the digital currency that creates two separate versions of the blockchain with a shared history.
Forks can be temporary, lasting for a few minutes, or can be a permanent split in the network creating two separate versions of the blockchain.
ActivTrades actively monitors protocol developments and works hard to ensure customer funds are safe in these events. In the case that one version isn’t discontinued – known as a hard fork – we will generally follow the blockchain that has the majority consensus of cryptocurrency users, and will therefore use this as the basis for cryptocurrency contracts. In order to determine which fork to support, we look at factors such as size of the network, market value and customer demand.
If the hard fork results in a brand new cryptocurrency becoming tradeable on exchanges we have access to, then in our absolute discretion, we may create an equivalent position or cash adjustment on client accounts to reflect its value, however we will have no obligation to do so.
When a hard fork occurs, there may be substantial price volatility around the predefined fork event, and we may suspend trading throughout if we do not have reliable prices from the underlying market.
Please bear in mind that due to the unregulated nature of cryptocurrencies, trading CFDs on cryptocurrencies is high risk. These markets are extremely volatile with limited liquidity. You should ensure that you fully understand how blockchain technologies work prior to investment.
ActivTrades reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to stop taking new open positions on cryptocurrencies upon breach of internally set limits for net company exposure on cryptocurrencies.