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easyMarkets is expanding its offer with the μBTC account

The easyMarkets broker has added a microbitcoin (μBTC) account to its offer, whose users have access to over 200 financial instruments in pairs with bitcoin. Additionally, its holders can deposit and withdraw funds directly in BTC.

easyMarkets joined the small group of brokers offering microbitcoin accounts. In addition, the company boasts of providing clients with some of the lowest cryptocurrency spreads in the market. The process of setting up an account is straightforward and intuitive. After its completion, customers gain access to the cryptocurrency wallet and make deposits and withdrawals in BTC.

The μBTC account has all the tools, security, and conditions included in the standard base currency account offer. Clients who choose this option can use their BTC funds to purchase CFDs without first converting them into fiat currencies.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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