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eToro cuts the minimum deposit down to $50

The eToro broker informed about changes in the amount of the minimum deposit. Residents of 11 European countries, including Poland, can start trading on the platform by depositing USD 50.

Until now, all clients of the broker had a minimum initial deposit of $ 200. From now on, however, this has changed for the inhabitants of 11 European countries, i.e. Poland, Romania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Greece, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Latvia and Estonia. From September 5, they have a lower deposit threshold of $ 50.

eToro did not provide information on whether this is a permanent change or a temporary promotion. The broker is constantly involved in active customer acquisition by expanding the offer and sponsorship contracts that increase brand recognition. Recently, the company has established cooperation with the football clubs Aston Villa and RB Leipzig.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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