EightCap Launches MT5 and Cryptocurrencies for Traders Worldwide

Australian FX & CFD Broker EightCap has recently launched the MetaTrader 5 trading platform as well as six new cryptocurrencies to their instrument list.
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EightCap clients have been utilizing MetaTrader 4 previously but will now have the ability to choose their desired MetaTrader platform. The benefits of MT5 include improved mobile and desktop applications as well as access to a web trader for clients wanting to trade via their web browser.

EightCap traders will now also have access to 38 technical indicators, 21 timeframes, additional supported markets and a new economic calendar via the platform.

Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Ripple, and Bitcoin have all been added to the new platform extending EightCap’s total trading instrument list to over 60 products.

To support these recent improvements to their product offering, EightCap has also expanded its client services and technology teams to ensure it can continue to offer cutting-edge services to its clients.

What’s next at EightCap?

FXEmpire can announce that further exciting changes are coming for this Australian broker with additional products not far off. EightCap has been expanding its reach around the globe with European and Asian traders joining its Australian client mix.

Traders are able to access EightCap’s flexible leverage options with the ability to trade up to 1:500 on both MetaTrader 4 & 5.

About EightCap

Launching in Australia in 2009, EightCap is an ASIC regulated broker providing global clients with access to a wide range of Forex and CFD products. It provides prices from top-tier liquidity providers and spreads as low as 0.0 pips to international clients. The company currently offers access to more than 60 financial instruments including global indices, metals, and oil, major and minor currency pairs.

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