Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Advantages Of Trading CFDs On Bitcoin




Bitcoin Trading intro.

For the past year, I’ve been trading bitcoin via CFDs and also through exchanges.  While both are potential ways to make money, I feel that trading CFDs offer some advantages over trading bitcoin directly at an exchange.
. can you tell me more about investing in bitcoin. How do I start and how much is the startup cost, how do you calculate the percentage.
Advantages Of Trading CFDs On Bitcoin 
 What is CFD
CFD stands for Contract For Difference.  It’s classed as a derivative.  Basically, you never actually own the underlying asset, and instead you are trading on the price of that asset.  It works just like regular trading – if you open a buy/long position and the price of the asset rises, you’ll make a profit.  If you open a sell/short position, and the price drops, you’ll make a profit.

If you believe that the price of Bitcoin will drop, you’re able to short the currency by opening a sell/short trade.  This is something you can’t do when you hold actual bitcoin.   As a trader, this gives you much more flexibility when it comes to your trading strategy.

Some Bitcoin CFD brokers, such as Whaleclub offer a full API.  So those with some development experience can build custom scripts to trade.  Evolve Markets, another broker, allows scalping and high-frequency trading through their MT4 client.  This type of trading is much more difficult on Bitcoin exchanges as they just aren’t built to handle this type of load.

Usually, execution speed is extremely fast with CFDs.  Exchanges rely on volume – so if there aren’t many people trading, your order won’t get filled.  Brokers, on the other hand, are plugged into liquidity providers which offer guaranteed and often instant execution.  As a trader, this means you can quickly react to market movements.
Advantages Of Trading CFDs On Bitcoin 

Leverage allows you to control a larger position with a small amount of capital.  Skilled traders will be able to use this to their advantage, and even when the markets aren’t moving much can make +XXX% in a single trade!  Of course leverage does increase risk, and this is definitely something to watch out for.

CFDs are a special type of investment asset that allow you to invest in various assets. From gold to cattle, and everything in between, futures expand the field of available investment opportunities to pretty much any commodity of value. Futures are essential for setting global prices on important commodities, such as oil, and support complex global markets, such as markets for agricultural goods.

When you purchase an Ethereum or Bitcoin CFD, you are basically signing a contract to purchase something at a later date, at a specific price. So if you buy for example an Ethereum future for 1,000 Ethereum token, you are actually buying a contract for the delivery of 1,000 Ethereum token, once the contract comes due. Most traders, however, sell their futures contract before it comes due and the tokens are delivered.

One way traders can avoid having to physically accept delivery of a commodity is through a “Contract for Difference.” In this case, the buyer and seller agree to pay any difference as prices rise or fall in cash, instead of through the delivery of physical goods. An Ethereum or Bitcoin contract for difference allows an investor to tap into the benefits and risks of Bitcoin / Ethereum trading without having to physically own the coin itself.

Let’s go back to our Ethereum example to see how this works. Let’s assume that you are very confident that Ethereum prices will rise in the near future and you want to invest in Ethereum. Now, you could go out and purchase Ethereum, but can sometimes be a very complex process since purchasing Ethereum isn’t all that easy today.

Instead of buying actual Ethereum, or even a future that would require the future delivery of the Ethereum, you could purchase a contract for difference (or in short CFD). In this arrangement, you and the seller of the contract for difference would agree to settle any rise or drop in prices in cash on the contract date, which is the date that the contract ends. For example, you might sign a contract for difference with a major trading company such as Plus500 for Ethereum at today’s prices, with the contract ending at 10pm (since all Ethereum trades at Plus500 have to end by that time. In this case, the current price of Ethereum will set the value to be traded. Meanwhile, you will set a contract time, in this case several hours into the future, which is the point at which any difference will be paid to either the buyer or seller.

If your intuition about rising or dropping Ethereum prices turns out to be correct, and prices change through that time frame, you will be paid the difference by the trading company. On the other hand, if your intuition turns out to be incorrect and prices don’t go as you expected, you will have to pay the difference, in this case to the trading company. In a certain sense, the buyer and seller are essentially betting on whether or not prices will rise or drop.


The price spike on Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether and other minor cryptocurrencies is attracting loads of attention – not only from more experienced traders but also from people totally new to financial markets. They read a headline, open a demo account, and see their trade grow 20%, 50% or 100% in value, sometimes literally overnight.

Unfortunately, trends do not last forever. When trends do stop, newbie traders are not able to notice the difference… They will keep trading the same way and wonder why their trades are not winning anymore.

Too much volatility, however, is also not ideal for traders because it creates high levels of uncertainty. Find decent entries and exits is (more) difficult if price is moving up and down like roller coaster. It also gives traders less time to react.

Yes, the sentiment is bullish and yes it can stay that way for a while. However, always keep in mind that sentiment has its ups and downs.

First of all, we are not experts on the internal decisions and directions that the Bitcoin community and developers are discussing. But obviously, Bitcoin made a hard fork between two versions, which resulted in Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.

From other sources, we have heard that there are more topics within the Bitcoin world that are being debated such as a potential update of the software/protocol to handle 2MB sized blocks. If you know more about this potential 2nd rift, please add a comment below.

It remains to be seen how governments and central banks, especially from the West, will respond in the future to such trends. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter, as we will be updating you on the latest developments.

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies offer an independent path from governments and central banks but also the banking world. The block chain technology bypasses the traditional banking world, which threatens a part of their fees, income and revenue. Banks could try to counter this by advocating for more regulation on Bitcoin and altcoins.

At the moment Bitcoin is the most favourite cryptocurrency when ranked on volume of transaction, price, and total market capitalization. But will it be able to keep its lead and remain number one in the next decades or will there be a challenger that is better equipped to handle technological advancements.

Some Forex, CFD, commodities and stock index traders are hesitant to trade altcoins because their instruments offer enough trading opportunities on their own. They do not want to learn a new instrument if their Forex or CFD trading is working well for them, which of course makes sense.

Bitcoin has managed to overcome multiple hurdles in its short but lively history. The fact that Bitcoin is “alive and kicking” shows its strength to endure for almost a decade in a tough financial environment with competitors such as Gold, Silver, established currencies like the US Dollar, and other assets.

The first 3 of these points are less problematic for Europe, Japan, and the US who for instance have not seen high levels of inflation for a while but altcoins could be a guard against inflation. These countries also have free movement of capital.

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As the world’s first cryptocurrency, many see bitcoin as the most likely contender to mount a serious challenge to traditional (or ‘fiat’) currencies. Considering its price history, though, it looks like there’s going to be lot of volatility along the way.

A CFD enables you to trade a contract based on prices in the underlying market. CFDs are leveraged products, meaning you can put down a small initial deposit and still gain the exposure of a much larger position. This can magnify your profits, though it can have the same effect on your losses.

When you trade bitcoin, you never interact directly with an exchange. Instead, you trade on our buy and sell prices, which we source from some exchanges on your behalf. To take a position on bitcoin’s price, then, all you need is an IG trading account.

By trading bitcoin, you also gain significantly improved liquidity at your chosen touch price. When you buy and sell direct from the exchange, you generally have to accept various prices to complete your order.

While bitcoin’s volatility makes the cryptocurrency an attractive opportunity, it also makes it a particularly risky market to speculate on. Its price can shift significantly and suddenly – and since the bitcoin market operates around the clock, this is liable to happen any time of day.

As a decentralized currency, bitcoin is free from many of the economic and political concerns which affect traditional currencies. But as a market still in its adolescence, there is a lot of uncertainty entirely unique to the cryptocurrency.

To trade CFDs, you’ll first need an IG trading account. It only takes a few minutes to get set up, and you can make your first position as soon as you’ve added funds.

You’ve chosen a trading strategy, but if you’re new to the markets, you might want to consider a trading plan as well. A trading plan can help you make objective decisions even when the stake are high, so that you don’t leave trades open too long – or close them too early.

When it comes to interpreting bitcoin’s behavior, charts can also be an invaluable tool. Past data can help you make sense of how the market is moving, while comparing timeframes may provide a closer insight into emerging trends and patterns.

To close your position, you simply place the reverse of your original trade. So if you bought in the first instance, you’ll sell the same amount; if you sold, you’ll now buy. We’ll automatically fill your deal ticket with the position size, meaning you simply need to click ‘buy’ or ‘sell’ to close your trade.

When you trade CFDs on bitcoin, you never interact directly with an exchange. Instead, you trade on our buy and sell prices, which we source from many exchanges on your behalf. To take a position on bitcoin’s worth, then, all you need is an IG trading account.

You can apply alerts to bitcoin price movements just as you can to any other market. Log in to our platform, go to a bitcoin market’s deal ticket and define your parameters. Enter a message if you’d like to remind yourself why you’ve enabled this alert, and click ‘set alert.’.

Download our free IG Trading app to access bitcoin CFDs when you’re on the move, as well as the rest of our 15,000 markets.

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Day trading Take a position based on anticipated short-term movements and close it out at the end of the trading day. The strategy for you if: you want to respond to short-term opportunities in the bitcoin market, in light of developing news or emerging patterns.

Scalping Place frequent, intraday trades on minor price movements. The strategy for you if you want to put yourself in a position to make small, continuous profits, rather than wait for one significant breakout or breakdown.

Open an account To trade CFDs, you’ll first need an IG trading account. It only takes a few minutes to get set up, and you can take your first position as soon as you’ve added funds. Keep in mind that, unlike if you were to buy and sell bitcoin, you won’t need an account with a bitcoin exchange. That’s because you trade on the prices offered by IG that we derive from multiple exchanges on your behalf.

Keep in mind that, unlike if you were to buy and sell bitcoin, you won’t need an account with a bitcoin exchange. That’s because you trade on the prices offered by IG that we derive from multiple exchanges on your behalf.

Build a trading plan You’ve chosen a trading strategy, but if you’re new to the markets you might want to consider a trading plan as well. A trading plan can help you make objective decisions even when the stake are high, so that you don’t leave trades open too long – or close them too early. Here are a few tips for creating a plan: Set out what you want to achieve from your trading, broken down into short and long-term goals Decide your acceptable risk from each trade, as well as how much you are willing to risk overall Pick a risk-reward ratio, so you know how much potential profit you need to justify your potential loss Choose which markets you want to trade. Do you want to start with just bitcoin, or try a few more?.

Do your research Before you start trading, you need to make sure you’re up to speed with the latest bitcoin news, in order to best understand what’s next for the cryptocurrency’s price. When it comes to interpreting bitcoin’s behaviour, charts can also be an invaluable tool. Past data can help you make sense of how the market is moving, while comparing timeframes may provide a closer insight into emerging trends and patterns.

Place a trade Once you’ve settled on your position, you can place a trade using our trading platform. You’ll enter the amount you want to trade in the deal ticket. You can also define your close conditions: set a stop to close your position when the market moves against you by a certain amount, or a limit for when it moves in your favour. Stops and limits are central to good risk management. If you expect bitcoin to rise in value, you'll then ‘buy’ the market. If you think it will fall, you'll ‘sell.’ To close your position, you simply place the reverse of your original trade. So if you bought in the first instance, you’ll sell the same amount; if you sold, you’ll now buy. We’ll automatically fill your deal ticket with the position size, meaning you simply need to click ‘buy’ or ‘sell’ to close your trade.

Do I need to use an exchange to trade bitcoin? When you trade CFDs on bitcoin, you never interact directly with an exchange. Instead, you trade on our buy and sell prices, which we source from a number of exchanges on your behalf. In order to take a position on bitcoin’s price, then, all you need is an IG trading account. Bitcoin exchanges work the same way as traditional exchanges, enabling investors to buy the cryptocurrency from or sell it to one another. But there are a number of advantages to cutting them out of the equation entirely: They lack proper regulation, public records and the infrastructure needed to respond quickly to support requests Their matching engines and servers are unreliable, which can result in the suspension of markets or reduced execution accuracy They impose fees and restrictions on funding and withdrawing from your exchange account, while accounts themselves can take days to acquire By trading bitcoin, you also gain significantly improved liquidity at your chosen touch price. When you buy and sell direct from the exchange, you generally have to accept multiple prices in order to complete your order.

Can I add trading alerts to bitcoin? You can apply alerts to bitcoin price movements just as you can to any other market. Log in to our platform, go to a bitcoin market’s deal ticket and define your parameters. Enter a message if you’d like to remind yourself why you’ve enabled this alert, and click ‘set alert.’.

Can I trade bitcoin on mobile? Yes. Download our free IG Trading app to access bitcoin CFDs when you’re on the move, as well as the rest of our 15,000 markets.

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When you trade Bitcoin as a CFD, you are speculating on the price movement of the underlying Bitcoin market. The price of Bitcoin will be quoted in established currencies, primarily USD, and you will not own the underlying instrument. Additionally, you will be trading on leverage which allows you a greater market exposure without tying up large amounts of capital.

If the current bitcoin splits into two, new bitcoins are created, this is known as a hard fork. We will generally follow the bitcoin that has the majority consensus of cryptocurrency users and will, therefore, use this as the basis for our prices. Also we will also consider the approach adopted by the exchanges we deal with, which will help determine the action we take.

As the hard fork results in a second cryptocurrency, we reserve the right to create an equivalent position on client accounts to reflect this. However, this action is taken at our absolute discretion, and we have no obligation to do so.

If the second cryptocurrency is tradeable on major exchanges, which may or may not include the exchanges we deal with, we may choose to represent that value, but have no obligation to do so. We may do this by making the product available to close based on the valuation, or by booking a cash adjustment on client accounts.

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Bitcoin is the world’s first digital currency and it is expanding in popularity worldwide. Now, traders can trade Bitcoin with AvaTrade as the ideal asset in CFD trades. With our platform – MetaTrader4 you can trade this rapidly growing currency against the greenback, 24/7. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold are highly regarded among currency traders and their volatile nature makes them ideal for CFD trading.

This new cryptocurrency created by the bitcoin hard fork on August 1, 2017, made a new version of the blockchain with different rules. By switching from the main bitcoin blockchain to a new version, the software now has a capacity for a more substantial number of transactions.

Bitcoin Gold is the second fork from Bitcoin (i.e. the second version to stem from Bitcoin’s source code). It does retain Bitcoin’s transaction history, meaning if you owned Bitcoins before the fork, you now own the equal amount of Bitcoin Gold. This cryptocurrency aims to introduce an alternative mining algorithm that is less susceptible to ASIC-based optimization, therefore allowing users to earn more with their computer cycles.

Bitcoin was the first digital currency to be created. It is also the most respected, capitalised and traded cryptocurrency in the world. Bitcoin trading is booming, and a big reason for this is the volatility of this cryptocurrency. Currency trading allows for maximum yield when it is volatile – lots of ups and downs. This is precisely the reason global traders enjoy trading Bitcoin. Plenty of profitable opportunities are available when markets are volatile, and Bitcoin ranks highly with currency traders. The media plays a big part in the volatility of Bitcoin. Whenever a breaking story surfaces, Bitcoin volatility increases, and traders cash in. History has shown that Bitcoin traders and speculators routinely push this digital currency to the forefront of CFD trading. It is increasingly being used as the preferred payment option for merchants, money transfers and trading purposes. More traders are turning to Bitcoin trading than ever before, and that is why this cryptocurrency is inherently valuable. It is a high demand financial trading instrument, despite no association with governments or central banks. Bitcoins are mined with powerful computer hardware and software. A maximum of 21 million Bitcoin will be available, after which no further bitcoins will be produced. The algorithm which governs the production of Bitcoin limits the quantity that will be produced, and the rate at which they will be produced. It is a finite commodity – there is a fixed amount, and that ensures that greater demand will always prop up the price. In this way, it is similar to other finite commodities such as crude oil, silver, or gold. Don’t miss your opportunity to trade Bitcoin Start trading Now!.

Around 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto founded Bitcoin. At the time, a paper was published through the Cryptography Mailing List. The first Bitcoin software client was released in 2009, and he collaborated with many other developers on the open-source team, careful never to reveal his identity. By 2011, the enigmatic Bitcoin founder had disappeared. His peers understood how valuable this cryptocurrency was, and worked feverishly to develop it to its maximum potential. By October 2009, the world’s first Bitcoin exchange was established. At the time, $1 was the equivalent of 1,309 Bitcoin. Considering how expensive Bitcoin is today, that was a real steal. Bitcoin traded at a fraction of a penny for quite some time. Things started changing in 2010; as the distribution of Bitcoin increased, the digital currency became inherently more valuable. Demand increased, reversing the exchange rate accordingly. In early 2010, the currency was gaining momentum, and so the distribution of the Bitcoin started to increase along with its demand. By November of that year 4 million Bitcoins had been ‘mined’. And so, the rise of the Bitcoin began….

When you trade Bitcoin on eToro, you don’t actually take ownership of the asset.  Instead you’re trading a CFD.  In the world of finance, this is known as a derivative.  Because you don’t actually need to worry about holding actual bitcoin, you can trade the crypto using fiat currency (such as USD).

One of the biggest advantages of trading bitcoin on eToro is that you’re trading through a regulated broker.   They have been around for many many years, and are trusted by investors.  This is in stark contrast to Bitcoin exchanges, which aren’t regulated at all and have been known to disappear overnight.

Hackers are also a huge issue for Bitcoin exchanges because Bitcoin can be transferred out anonymously.  Funds on eToro are stored in traditional banks, which are insured against cyber attacks.

On eToro you can open both long and short positions.  This means you can profit when the price rises, with a long position.  And profit when the price falls with a short position.  Because the price of bitcoin moves around so much, there are plenty of opportunities to open trades throughout the day.

Let’s look at some scenarios….say bitcoin is trading in a range.  This means the price keeps rising and falling within a range of prices.    When the price drops to the bottom of the range, you’d open a long position.   You’d close it out when it hits the top price.  You could then, based on your strategy obviously, potentially open a short trade to profit as the price falls within the range.  In this scenario you profit when the price is rising and falling.

Leverage allows a trader to control a much larger position with a smaller amount of capital.  I won’t explain how leverage works in this post, but I will say in increases your risks.  But for talented traders, leverage means they can increase their profits as well.

Trading bitcoin on eToro is very straight forward.  If you’ve used any other trading platform, you’ll find it very familiar and easy to use.  If you haven’t used a trading platform before,  you won’t have much trouble either.  In my experience, it’s probably the most beginner friendly trading platform, and certainly much easier to use than most bitcoin exchanges.

When you open an account on etoro, you get a free practice account.  You can use this to trade using virtual money, under real-world trading conditions.     And it’s the best way to hone your trading skills.

So in conclusion, I think eToro is a great place to trade Bitcoin.  People are already making money from trading bitcoin on etoro – you just need to look at people’s profiles to see the trades they have made.  If you’re looking for a new broker to trade bitcoin, then give eToro a look in.

CFDs are leveraged products. Trading in CFDs related to foreign exchange, commodities, indices and other underlying variables, carries a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all of your investment.

The advantages of trading CFDs on Bitcoin
Bitcoin recently passed the $4000 mark, which means, that those who have help bitcoin for a few years, have probably made a lot of money.  But what if you didn’t get in early?  Can you still make money from Bitcoin?Well the good news is that Bitcoin is a very volatile asset.  Which means it goes up and down quite rapidly.  And for traders, where there is volatility there is money.    In this post I wanted to talk about the advantages of trading Bitcoin on eToro as opposed to a bitcoin exchange.You may have seen ads for crypto on eToro and wondered how it worked.  Well hopefully this explains things for you.CFD TradingWhen you trade Bitcoin on eToro, you don’t actually take ownership of the asset.  Instead you’re trading a CFD.  In the world of finance, this is known as a derivative.  Because you don’t actually need to worry about holding actual bitcoin, you can trade the crypto using fiat currency (such as USD).Regulated Broker that won’t disappearOne of the biggest advantages of trading bitcoin on eToro is that you’re trading through a regulated broker.   They have been around for many many years, and are trusted by investors.  This is in stark contrast to Bitcoin exchanges, which aren’t regulated at all and have been known to disappear overnight.Hackers are also a huge issue for Bitcoin exchanges, because Bitcoin can be transferred out anonymously.  Funds on eToro are stored in traditional banks, which are insured against cyber attacks.That being said, I still use Bitcoin exchanges, but I’m just much much more careful when I do, and do so knowing they could disappear tomorrow.Open Long and Short PositionsOn eToro you can open both long and short positions.  This means you can profit when the price rises, with a long position.  And profit when the price falls with a short position.  Because the price of bitcoin moves around so much, there are plenty of opportunities to open trades throughout the day.Let’s look at some scenarios….say bitcoin is trading in a range.  This means the price keeps rising and falling within a range of prices.    When the price drops to the bottom of the range, you’d open a long position.   You’d close it out when it hits the top price.  You could then, based on your strategy obviously, potentially open a short trade to profit as the price falls within the range.  In this scenario you profit when the price is rising and falling.LeverageLeverage allows a trader to control a much larger position with a smaller amount of capital.  I won’t explain how leverage works in this post, but I will say in increases your risks.  But for talented traders, leverage means they can increase their profits as well.Leverage can be used on Etoro which will appeal to pro traders.CopytradingFor those who aren’t pro traders, the best feature of eToro is Copy Trading.  With copy trad,ing you can automatically copy thre trades of guru traders.There are plenty of traders on eToro who trade bitcoin and the other cryptos.  And you can see all their past trades, and how profitable they were.    And with just a couple of cli,cks you can copy the trades they make.If you’re a beginner, this is a great way to learn about trading, while make a profit at the same time.Easy to use interfaceTrading bitcoin on eToro is very straight forward.  If you’ve used any other trading platform, you’ll find it very familiar and easy to use.  If you haven’t used a trading platform before,  you won’t have much trouble either.  In my experience, it’s probably the most beginner friendly trading platform, and certainly much easier to use than most bitcoin exchanges.7 Day a Week TradingOne of the advantages of Bitcoin over Forex or Stocks, is that its traded 7 days a week.    eToro recently added 7 day a week trading for cryptos.    So if you’re a forex or stock trader and looking to continue your run into the weekend you now can.Practice TradeWhen you open an account on etoro, you get a free practice account.  You can use this to trade using virtual money, under real world trading conditions.     And it’s the best way to hone your trading skills..Trade Bitcoin alongside traditional assetsOn eToro you’ll be able to trade crypto’s such as Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum, alongside more traditional assets such as Forex, commodities and stocks.So in conclusion, I think eToro is a great place to trade Bitcoin.  People are already making money from trading bitcoin on etoro – you just need to look at people’s profiles to see the trades they have made.  If you’re looking for a new broker to trade bitcoin, then give eToro a look in.Find out more about bitcoin trading on eToroAll trading involves risk. Only risk capital you're prepared to lose. Past performance does not guarantee future results. This post is for educational purposes and should not be considered as investment adviceCFDs are leveraged products. Trading in CFDs related to foreign exchange, commodities,indices and other underlying variables, carries a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all of your investment.Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Related Money Previous post You probably shouldn’t Turbo Trade on Whaleclub Next post 9 great ways to make money online in 2017 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Author *Email *Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.

Bitcoin recently passed the $4000 mark, which means, that those who have help bitcoin for a few years, have probably made a lot of money.  But what if you didn’t get in early?  Can you still make money from Bitcoin?Well the good news is that Bitcoin is a very volatile asset.  Which means it goes up and down quite rapidly.  And for traders, where there is volatility there is money.    In this post I wanted to talk about the advantages of trading Bitcoin on eToro as opposed to a bitcoin exchange.You may have seen ads for crypto on eToro and wondered how it worked.  Well hopefully this explains things for you.CFD TradingWhen you trade Bitcoin on eToro, you don’t actually take ownership of the asset.  Instead you’re trading a CFD.  In the world of finance, this is known as a derivative.  Because you don’t actually need to worry about holding actual bitcoin, you can trade the crypto using fiat currency (such as USD).Regulated Broker that wonthe ’t disappearance of the biggest advantages of trading bitcoin on eToro is that you’re trading through a regulated broker.   They have been around for many many years, and are trusted by investors.  This is in stark contrast to Bitcoin exchanges, which aren’t regulated at all and have been known to disappear overnight.Hackers are also a huge issue for Bitcoin exchanges, because Bitcoin can be transferred out anonymously.  Funds on eToro are stored in traditional banks, which are insured against cyber attacks.That being said, I still use Bitcoin exchanges, but I’m just much much more careful when I do, and do so knowing they could disappear tomorrow.Open Long and Short PositionsOn eToro you can open both long and short positions.  This means you can profit when the price rises, with a long position.  And profit when the price falls with a short position.  Because the price of bitcoin moves around so much, there are plenty of opportunities to open trades throughout the day.Let’s look at some scenarios….say bitcoin is trading in a range.  This means the price keeps rising and falling within a range of prices.    When the price drops to the bottom of the range, you’d open a long position.   You’d close it out when it hits the top price.  You could then, based on your strategy obviously, potentially open a short trade to profit as the price falls within the range.  In this scena,rio you profit when the price is rising and falling.LeverageLeverage allows a trader to control a much larger position with a smaller amount of capital.  I won’t explain how leverage works in this post, but I will say in increases your risks.  But for talented traders, leverage means they can increase their profits as well.Leverage can be used on Etoro which will appeal to pro traders.CopytradingFor those who aren’t pro traders, the best feature of eToro is Copy Trading.  With copy trading you can automatically copy thre trades of guru traders.There are plenty of traders on eToro who trade bitcoin and the other cryptos.  And you can see all their past trades, and how profitable they were.    And with just a couple of clicks you can copy the trades they make.If you’re a beginner, this is a great way to learn about trading, while make a profit at the same time.Easy to use interfaceTrading bitcoin on eToro is very straight forward.  If you’ve used any other trading platform, you’ll find it very familiar and easy to use.  If you haven’t used a trading platform before,  you won’t have much trouble either.  In my experience, it’s probably the most beginner friendly trading platform, and certainly much easier to use than most bitcoin exchanges.7 Day a Week TradingOne of the advantages of Bitcoin over Forex or Stocks, is that its traded 7 days a week.    eToro recently added 7 day a week trading for cryptos.    So if you’re a forex or stock trader and looking to continue your run into the weekend you now can.Practice TradeWhen you open an account on etoro, you get a free practice account.  You can use this to trade using virtual money, under real world trading conditions.     And it’s the best way to hone your trading skills..Trade Bitcoin alongside traditional assetsOn eToro you’ll be able to trade crypto’s such as Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum, alongside more traditional assets such as Forex, commodities and stocks.So in conclusion, I think eToro is a great place to trade Bitcoin.  People are already making money from trading bitcoin on etoro – you just need to look at people’s profiles to see the trades they have made.  If you’re looking for a new broker to trade bitcoin, then give eToro a look in.Find out more about bitcoin trading on eToroAll trading involves risk. Only risk capital you're prepared to lose. Past performance does not guarantee future results. This post is for educational purposes and should not be considered as investment adviceCFDs are leveraged products. Trading in CFDs related to foreign exchange, commodities,indices and other underlying variables, carries a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all of your investment.Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Related.

All trading involves risk. Only risk capital you're prepared to lose. Past performance does not guarantee future results. This post is for educational purposes and should not be considered as investment adviceCFDs are leveraged products. Trading in CFDs related to foreign exchange, commodities,indices and other underlying variables, carries a high level of risk and can result in the loss of all of your investment.

Bitcoin is obviously a popular asset to trade, and there are several ways to buy and sell bitcoin. The obvious choice is to go through a bitcoin exchange, but you’re not limited to this. Trading bitcoin through Forex brokers is now possible as long as you find a broker with the service.

Fortunately, a number of them do, allowing you to trade bitcoin. Most brokers will have bitcoin traded against the US dollar as BTC/USD, but Plus500 was the first broker to introduce a bitcoin CFD. Trading bitcoin through Forex brokers has its advantages and disadvantages, some of which include:.

Whenever you’re trading an asset, there’s always the concern about how you’re going to check on your trades or place them. Trading bitcoin through Forex brokers eliminates this concern because they will already have trading platforms. It is even more efficient if you do more than bitcoin trading, because then you can do all your trading on one platform. For example, you can trade bitcoin while placing Forex trades simultaneously, which is a very efficient way to invest compared to the alternative.

The current value of bitcoin is $1,129 at the Coinbase exchange, and to buy you would have to pay the full amount for a single bitcoin. When trading bitcoin through Forex brokers, though, you enjoy the same leverage offered when trading the Forex market. With leverage, you only need to put down a small portion of the whole value of the trade and you won’t require the entire amount as actual bitcoin trading. Therefore, you can trade more bitcoins through Forex brokers than through a bitcoin exchange.

Certain Forex brokers like Plus500 even offer bitcoin CFDs, which only track the performance of bitcoin. As such, these CFDs require an even lesser deposit, allowing traders to trade even more bitcoin and higher leverage to increase their profits even further.

The brokers who offer bitcoin trading, or bitcoin CFDs as it may be with Plus500, will have to deduct some charges, either as a spread or commission. In the case of Plus500, they impose a spread on all tradable instruments without charging an extra commission.

Spreads on Forex pairs, especially the major pairs, are usually very low, but bitcoin and other CFDs will be slightly higher. There are also other charges such as those for holding trades overnight. All these build up over time making trading bitcoin through Forex brokers costlier, although only by a small margin.

When you’re trading bitcoin directly, you can choose which exchange you would like to use for the trade. There are hundreds of bitcoin exchanges around the world, and their values of bitcoin will be slightly different from one another. This slight difference can affect your profits if you’re trading bitcoin as a speculator. With a Forex broker offering bitcoin trading, you would have to accept the exchange they use. It would strip you of a choice, and you may have to settle for less than favorable quotes.

Known as a “cryptocurrency”, Bitcoin is a form of digital currency. Since it was created in 2009, it has become an increasingly widely accepted form of international currency, used by everyone from governments to small retail outlets.

Unlike traditional forms of currency which rely on banks to facilitate transactions, Bitcoin is part of a decentralized online payment network relying on cryptography to pass securely from user to user using Blockchain technology. As a traded currency, Bitcoin works in exactly the same way as any other FX pair.

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are extremely volatile and can move or jump in price with no apparent reason due to lack of liquidity and ad-hoc news. There is little or no fundamental reasoning behind its pricing and as such trading CFDs in Bitcoin pose a significant risk to Retail Clients. While AxiTrader only quotes Bitcoin during the week, it can trade over the weekend, meaning there could be a significant price change between Friday and Monday. It should only therefore be traded by those clients with sufficient experience to understand that they risk losing all their investment, or more, in a short period of time, and only a very small part of their portfolio should be used.

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Why trade Bitcoin with AxiTrader? No need for a digital wallet Get the advantages of Bitcoin’s high volatility without the need for a digital wallet, no requirement to purchase physical Bitcoins and without the risk of digital currency theft. Apply leverage for higher returns Trade up to 10 times more Bitcoin than your initial investment. Fully regulated Trade with the assurance of full FCA and ASIC regulation. Comprehensive client support Our award-winning support team is here to help 24 hours a day, 5 days a week GST free Unlike physical Bitcoin purchases which carry a 10% GST fee, Bitcoin trading comes with a tax exemption (Australian residents only). Demo or Live trading The BTC/USD pair is available on both Demo and Live accounts Automated trading Bitcoin CFDs can be incorporated by Expert Advisors into automated trading strategies. Trade in either direction Trade on price movements, not physical currency, to take advantage of the market going up or down.

What is Bitcoin? Known as a “cryptocurrency”, Bitcoin is a form of digital currency. Since it was created in 2009 it has become an increasingly widely accepted form of international currency, used by everyone from governments to small retail outlets. Unlike traditional forms of currency which rely on banks to facilitate transactions, Bitcoin is part of a decentralised online payment network relying on cryptography to pass securely from user to user using Blockchain technology. As a traded currency, Bitcoin works in exactly the same way as any other FX pair.

Why trade a cryptocurrency as a CFD? Because Bitcoin it is not a centralised currency controlled by a single bank or dominated by interbank dealers, the Bitcoin market moves quickly with retail demand and can be subject to significant price swings. Using this high volatility ambitious traders are able to take advantage of large price swings to pursue unique profit opportunities. And you don’t need to own any Bitcoins to profit from it - all you need to do is trade on the price movements, meaning you have the potential to profit from either direction.

Risk Warning Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are extremely volatile and can move or jump in price for no apparent reason due to lack of liquidity and ad-hoc news. There is little or no fundamental reasoning behind its pricing and as such trading CFDs in Bitcoin pose a significant risk to Retail Clients. While AxiTrader only quotes Bitcoin during the week, it can trade over the weekend, meaning there could be a significant price change between Friday and Monday. It should only, therefore, be traded by those clients with sufficient experience to understand that they risk losing all their investment, or more, in a short period of time, and only a very small part of their portfolio should be used.

If you’d like to purchase and store Bitcoins, the first step is to create a wallet. This is pretty much like opening a bank account for fiat currency. You can use the wallet to receive bitcoins, store them and transfer them to others. You can either have a wallet installed on your own computer or mobile device or have it hosted with a third party. You will also need a Bitcoin address to identify the wallet and a private key to make transactions. The cryptocurrency can be purchased from an online exchange for a small fee structure.

A CFD (Contracts for Difference) is where a buyer and a seller agree to pay in cash any difference in prices as the value of the cryptocurrency rises or falls, instead of buying the underlying asset itself. So, a contract is made between the two parties, based on their expectations of the price of Bitcoin on a specific future date. So, there is no typical “buyer” and “seller” in such a contract. If the trend is accurately predicted, you could get paid the difference in the value of the cryptocurrency from the date the contract was entered into to the date of its expiry. If not, you will end up paying the difference to the other party.

The reason why many prefer to trade CFDs rather than holding the currency itself is that CFDs entail lower commissions in the form of spreads, which in turn allows the trader to open interim positions and gain even from lower price movements. Another difference between trading the cryptocurrency itself and trading CFDs is that for the former, you need capital to buy the currency, which means that you can only buy as much as your budget allows. However, with CFDs, you can hold a much larger position than the amount of money you might have at your disposal.

One of the biggest advantages of choosing to trade CFDs is the leverage it offers, as mentioned earlier. It allows you to hold larger positions than you would if you were to buy the cryptocurrency itself. This means that there is potential for higher profits too. However, the risk is that the losses would also be higher if your predictions fail to play out. So, just like any other form of speculative trading, success lies in being able to accurately predict price trends.

What’s more, you stand to gain regardless of whether the price goes up or down, unlike investing in “physical” Bitcoins. So, if you expect the price to drop, you can open a “sell” or “short” order. And, if you expect the price to raise, you do the opposite.

Another big advantage is the speed, which is instantaneous. When trading Bitcoin CFDs, you don’t need to wait for an order to be filled or for the currency to even be transferred to your account. You are trading a contract, which can be executed immediately.

With CFDs, you also get to trade Bitcoin using traditional fiat currency. So, you don’t need to first buy Bitcoins and only then start trading. You don’t even need to own any cryptocurrency. Of course, if your broker is someone who only accepts payment in cryptocurrency, you will need to own Bitcoins to be able to pay them.

Also, Bitcoin can be traded on various trading platforms, against different currencies. Traders can choose to take the delivery of their order or opt for a CFD that involves payment or receipt of the difference in price on the contract’s start and end dates.

The reality is that there is no single correct answer to this. If used appropriately, both methods could bring you remarkable results. This is particularly true of the cryptocurrency market, where the potential for growth is impressive, while volatility is high. What you need to remember is that each is suitable for different types of market cycles and, therefore, should be chosen accordingly. For instance, CFDs lend themselves better to short orders, while trading in physical Bitcoins lends itself better to long orders.

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Bitcoin's value, like that of any other commodity, will not continue to rise forever. Every trend has an end, and trading this new resource versus the Dollar gives some handy advantages over purchasing it outright. Bitcoin isn't backed by any physical asset, making it very difficult to value, other than by applying technical analysis to assist with short-term trade setups. This is where trading systems and proper money management come into play. That is your advantage over others who have yet to learn about Bitcoin CFD trading.

At this point, buying the dips would be a pretty logical choice (until proven otherwise), so we will explain how to use the current trend to your advantage (buying the dips). Before we have a look at a specific strategy, let's review other important aspects of Bitcoin currency.

We would say that BTC is a bit volatile. Bear in mind that volatility is your friend as long as you apply proper money management. According to Forbes, Bitcoin gained popularity in China in 2013, and it was pretty common to see Chinese exchanges lead market rallies by up to 20%. It was not uncommon for individual traders to move back and forth between Hong Kong and Shenzhen, making a profit through arbitrage by selling Bitcoin using smartphones on Chinese exchanges, withdrawing money through bank accounts or Alipay, and buying back Bitcoin on the Hong Kong side, where prices were more in line with international levels.

We can easily say that the price is trending, even on higher time frames. When you spot a big trend on higher time frames, it means that higher time frame momentum is also transferred to lower time frames. Accordingly, lower time frames (H1, H4) piggyback the momentum from higher time frames and theoretically enable intraday traders to enjoy massive profits. At this point, the current scenario is to buy the dips on the BTC/USD currency pair due to the established bullish trend. To always stay up-to-date with the cryptocurrencies price as well as possible movements and trading opportunities, Admiral Markets offers free live webinars with our experienced professional traders and analysts.

Trading Bitcoin CFDs is probably not much different from trading any other currency pair, commodity, or CFD showing a strong trend. The beauty of trading lies in its diversity, and through price action studies, traders should be able to make profits that make them financially independent and stable. Bitcoin CFD traders should be focused on:.

At this point, simply buying BTC/USD is the way to go until the trend reverses. Bitcoin is reaching new benchmarks of value in the trading market, and by using our strategies, you may be able to profit, no matter if the trend is to the upside or downside.

Ever since BTC started to lift off, the market sentiment has been astonishingly bullish, while BTC/USD has rallied to 2888.89 – a historical high. The pair started to retrace, but the sentiment is very bullish still. The media are also over-hyping the BTC currency, but the real reason might be the technology behind the blockchain. Many industries have been exploring its benefits and limits, so we might expect the real estate industry to also take on the blockchain hype. BTC has gained popularity as the world's best and most profitable cryptocurrency, with more and more people joining the network on a daily basis. This might create a bubble, and the uptrend might suddenly explode. People treat it as a commodity.

The other problem with Bitcoin lies in the fact that as the price of Bitcoin rises, it is harder to get paid in fractional units. At some point, Bitcoin will have to re-issue coins (increase supply), but mentioning that might cause panic in the market and tank it, easily.

Out of these reasons, the solution is not to mine BTC, but rather to trade it versus other FIAT currencies, e.g., USD. You will also be able to trade it and make the profit, even if it starts to drop and a downtrend develops. Don't forget that through our platform, you have 24/7 access to trade BTC/USD.

Traders need to download MetaTrader 4, which grants them access to the market and/or allows them to follow price action on charts. The process is very quick and simple, so you'll be ready to go in no time. In the end, Bitcoin might not be the undisputed cryptocurrency, the trend can always change or reverse, but the invention of Bitcoin has certainly changed the world forever!.

Risk warning: Trading Forex (foreign exchange) or CFDs (contracts for difference) on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. There is a possibility that you may sustain a loss equal to or greater than your entire investment. Therefore, you should not invest or risk money that you cannot afford to lose. Before using Admiral Markets UK Ltd or Admiral Markets AS’ services, please acknowledge all of the risks associated with trading.

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With Bitcoin now maturing, many now consider it just like any other currency or part of a forex pair. Overall, this great news for Bitcoin. It gives the digital currency another avenue to appeal to users and ultimately helps spread the idea that Bitcoin could well be the future of all currency. Let's look at why that is and why it's safer to trade Bitcoin on CFD than to own Bitcoins.

Because Bitcoin isn’t controlled or maintained by a central bank or government, prices are free to jump and fall at will. Little can be done to stabilize the market. This differs from traditional currencies. Traditional currencies are backed by states, with banks and governments often intervening and introducing policies to keep prices level or growing.

This isn’t possible at all with Bitcoin. The price of Bitcoin is absolute, 100% dictated by the market, with no outside intervention. This is one of the reasons Bitcoin can rise and fall in price so rapidly.

Some may view Bitcoin’s unstable nature as a bit of a problem. Sometimes it’s even possible to generate a return on Bitcoin within a few hours of purchase. In other scenarios, early investors took advantage of Bitcoin’s cheaper value and stockpiled coins, hoping they would increase in value.

However, there is another way people are trading Bitcoin that can be much safer than owning and "holding" Bitcoin. In fact, it’s possible to make money from Bitcoin without ever physically owning any of the currency.

It’s now possible to trade Bitcoin CFDs. CFDs, also known as Contracts for Difference, essentially allow traders to bet on the value of Bitcoin rather than buy and sell Bitcoin currency itself. You can use CFDs to bet on whether the price of Bitcoin will go up or down. The beauty of CFDs is that they don’t require you to actually own the thing you’re betting on. In reality, you’re wagering on the contract itself - so you’re placing money on whether the price will rise or fall, rather than directly trading the currency itself.

While Bitcoin is a straightforward system to get up and running, the process is quite different to opening a traditional bank account. Because there is no direct body responsible for looking after your Bitcoin, you are solely responsible for keeping your Bitcoins secure.

People store their Bitcoin in a "wallet". Wallets come in a variety of forms. They can exist on the web, on hard drives, on USB keys, even on physical paper. These wallets contain public and private keys. These are essentially like passwords which allow Bitcoin owners to send funds to other wallets. The easiest way to understand the concept of wallets is to think of them as a bank account for Bitcoin.

However, unlike a traditional bank account, if funds go missing from your wallet, then you have no support to get them back. The funds are gone. The same applies if your wallet is stolen or otherwise hijacked. No one will be there to help you get it back.

For this reason, Bitcoin ownership can be dangerous if you do not take the right precautions. In the grand scheme of things, Bitcoin theft is low in comparison to the number of transactions that are carried out every day. However, there have been occasions when large amounts of Bitcoin have been stolen. Bitfinex, a Chinese Bitcoin exchange was recently the target of a $72 million heist. This resulted in the mass loss of Bitcoin from user accounts.

Not only was the Bitcoin lost, this piece of news also had a huge impact on the Bitcoin market. The price of Bitcoin quickly dropped by over 23%, dealing a double blow to the world of Bitcoin. This highlights one of the main issues with Bitcoin ownership: if you do not take security seriously, you could become victim to Bitcoin theft.

However, trading Bitcoin on CFD avoids this situation entirely as you never own any Bitcoin in the first place. You simply own the CFD. Furthermore, in the above scenario, if you had a feeling that the price of Bitcoin was going to decline, it’s possible to profit on this with CFD trades.

This is one of the great benefits of trading Bitcoin on CFD. With CFDs, you can make money off of something that is declining in value. For example, let’s imagine that you’ve been following Bitcoin news really closely. You’ve noticed that a big event is about to happen - something that you think will hurt Bitcoin’s value. You could take out a CFD for Bitcoin to lose value, earning you profit.

CFDs are calculated on the difference between two values. For example, if you think the value of Bitcoin will rise, you can bet on that. Your profits will be paid out on the difference between the price of Bitcoin when you took out the CFD and the price when the CFD closed. The same process applies to losses. You lose based on the difference between the opening and closing price.

This gives traders plenty of opportunities to bet on the direction that the value of the cryptocurrency will move. On top of this, even if the movement of the currency is small, it’s still possible to make good profits depending on the point value.

However, trading Bitcoin on CFD comes with some risk too. It’s possible to lose a lot of money if the price goes against you. But there are ways to safeguard losses. It’s possible to introduce an automated stop loss into CFD trades. These will automatically settle any open CFD if losses reach a preset threshold. This is useful within the realms of Bitcoin CFDs as it helps prevent big losses as a result of big Bitcoin market changes. For example, recently, in January 2017, the value of Bitcoin plummeted by 20% in just a few hours.

Everyone holding Bitcoin at that time would have lost 20% of its overall value. However, if someone had an open Bitcoin CFD at that time and had a stop loss set up, their total loss would have been much lower.

One of the great things about Bitcoin is that it is a borderless currency. It works in every country and regardless of where you are. However, Bitcoin hasn’t caught on with much of the mainstream audience, yet. This means that if you’re holding Bitcoin, it can actually be pretty tricky to actually spend or withdraw it without having to make use of a Bitcoin exchange.

Yet, with CFDs, you don’t ever need to use a Bitcoin exchange to withdraw your funds. All of your funds can be withdrawn directly from the CFD platform you are using, with the money paid out in your own currency. This is much more straightforward, especially if you’re not very tech savvy or if you don’t want to spend the time researching Bitcoin exchanges.

Another downside to owning Bitcoin is taxation. It’s very important all Bitcoin investments are recorded and kept track of - you will need this information should you need to declare anything on a tax return. However, this can be difficult to stay on top of. It’s generally best practice to keep any Bitcoin split between multiple wallets. This reduces the amount of risk involved with having all of your money in one account, should anything go wrong. As you can imagine, staying on top of multiple accounts, all stored in different locations, can be quite the handful.

Generally, keeping track of money lost or earned through trading Bitcoin on CFD trades is much simpler. Your CFD platform will offer a centralised place that contains all of your important information, such as the amount invested, and the amount earned/lost. This means you only have one thing to stay on top of, making it much more manageable.

In addition to this, CFD trades are extremely common. This means your accountant, if you have one,

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