Cryptocurrency Trading

Dear clients,

We are pleased to announce that since 29th of April, Fxglory is offering the major CryptoCurrencies including Bitcoin, BitcoinCash, Ethereum, LiteCoin, Ripple and Dash for trading.

As we are experiencing a new service offering, Fxglory reserves the right to modify the pairs trading settings in case of market high volatility in the first month of offering these assets.
Any trades during these time are not guaranteed and should be checked according to our liquidity providers’ reports to see if they are accepted or not.

We hope you enjoy trading on Crypto currencies via MetaTrader Platform.

Best Regards,
Fxglory Management Team

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