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Start Trading CryptoCurrency CFDs with Ainvesting

CryptoCurrencies have increased more than 1500% in value since the beginning of 2017. CryptoCurrencies have become the hottest instruments for traders, and have generated significant returns for many of them.

2017 saw crypto market capitalization rally from $17bn to $640bn. There are more than 1375 CryptoCurrencies and 7749 markets available worldwide. The crypto market is highly volatile, and provides amazing trading opportunities almost every day.


Why trade Cryptocurrencies with Ainvesting?

Cryptocurrency CFDs

Cryptocurrency CFDs (Contacts For Difference) allow a trader to participate in online cryptocurrency trading without needing to own any actual tokens. Basically, the CFD is a contract between the seller and buyer, where the seller pays the difference between the current value of the asset and its expected value at the end of the contract..

Fixed Spreads with No Hidden Commissions!

Fixed spreads between the buy and sell prices. Enjoy trading without commissions! To view our fees, please Click Here

Trade Cryptocurrency CFDs with Leverage

Use leverage to increase your trading potential even with a small initial deposit, and start trading cryptocurrency CFDs. Remember to use leverage with caution, as it can be both profitable and harmful for a trader.

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Practice trading with Ainvesting on a demo account with virtual funds in a risk-free environment, and real-time market data.

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Start trading CFDs with Ainvesting today

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 63.9% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.