Currency.com calls off trading fee (leverage) for 1,539 assets
If you use leverage, feel free to trade multiple assets with no trading fee from November 2, 2020 to January 31, 2021
Currency.com has cancelled trading fee on tokenised assets traded with leverage. The offer includes stocks, major indices, ETFs, fiat currencies, bonds and commodities.
From November 2, 2020 to January 31, 2021, a total of 1,539 assets are available for trading with no fee (leverage). Please note that the offer does not apply to cryptocurrencies and DeFi-tokens.
Currency.com project manager Victor Pergament said:
“The company has been holding weekly promotions for several months now, when clients were able to trade certain assets without fees and charges. Each time we registered a growing interest in the particular asset that was traded fee-free, and the number of new clients was increasing. Taking this experience into account, the company has decided to cancel trading fees on tokenised assets for three months. We hope that this step will be appreciated by both our regular and future clients.”
Some shareholders, who, for example, own Apple, Microsoft or ExxonMobil stock, receive dividends from the companies. Traders on Currency.com who own shares like this receive a "dividend adjustment" and have the dividend amount added to their account balance. This system allowed the trader to create a proper investment portfolio, stored safely in a crypto wallet.
The ability to trade tokenised assets with leverage and zero fee will potentially allow you to make even more profits and hedge your price risks more effectively.
Currency.com now offers more than 1,500 assets, including popular cryptocurrencies, DeFi-tokens (UNI, COMP and LINK), as well as stocks, indices, ETFs, fiat currencies, commodities and bonds. Clients of the crypto platform can use both trading mode and leverage.
Disclaimer: Investments are associated with the risk of losing money. The success of your past investments does not guarantee any success in the future.