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easyMarkets is expanding its offer with new cryptocurrencies


The easyMarkets broker has announced the addition of six new cryptocurrencies to its offer. The company informs on its website that it wants to respond to customer interest in this way and emphasize its commitment to continuous improvement of the quality of services provided.

The new cryptocurrencies available in the easyMarkets offer are: cardano (ADA), polkadot (DOT), algorand (ALGO), chainlink (LINK), solana (SOL), uniswap (UNI). Trading in new instruments is possible on the easyMarkets platform, in the broker’s mobile app, as well as in MT4 and TradingView, with MT4 users having access to the products by mid-November at the latest. In total, easyMarkets already offers 12 cryptocurrencies.

– We are happy to offer our clients an even wider selection of cryptocurrencies, some of which are only available on the easyMarkets platform. The interest in cryptocurrencies from both professional and retail investors is growing, so we are happy to provide clients with the opportunity to participate in the development of this industry. easyMarkets is committed to staying at the forefront in this regard and continuing to innovate, –  said Thomas Tsaloupis, easyMarkets director of risk management.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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