B2Broker boosts liquidity offering, adds 40 crypto/CFD pairs

B2Broker expands liquidity, adds 61 crypto CFD pairs

B2Broker, a liquidity and technology provider of solutions for the crypto and foreign exchange (FX) industry, has just announced the launch of new 40 Crypto/CFD pairs, comprising all major cryptos such as BTC and Ripple against all major Fiat currencies:

  • USD,
  • EUR,
  • JPY and
  • GBP.

The launch also features a range of unique pairs including:

  • BTC,
  • LTC,
  • ETH,
  • XRP,
  • BCH against XAG (Gold) and XAU (Silver).

B2Broker now offers all major cryptocurrencies against all major Fiat currencies, as well as Gold and Silver, and has increased leverage for Crypto CFDs to 1:5.

B2Broker has launched cryptocurrency liquidity as new service for MetaTrader 5 brokers back in 2017. The average order book size on the first five levels for the BTC market is 300 BTC, 2 million XRP for the Ripple Market and up to 2000 ETH for the Ethereum market.

Arthur Azizov CEO B2Broker

Arthur Azizov

B2Broker CEO, Arthur Azizov commented:

We are now in the foremost position of being able to offer an impressive 40 Crypto/CFD pairs. B2Broker is able to provide liquidity through all major bridge providers such as OneZero, PrimeXM and AMTS, as well as all types of API including FIX and WEB API.

In addition, brokers, exchanges and funds can connect directly to B2Broker’s aggregator of liquidity via FIX API.

Any broker can connect to us quickly and easily, with bridges offered free of charge to those operating MT5 and MT4 trading platforms. These latest developments further strengthen the company’s presence in the industry and reaffirms our position as a global leader.

Finally, B2Broker is now able to provide as a base currency USD, EUR or any Fiat currency and any stable token (USDt, GUSD, TUSD, USDC & PAX all equivalent to $1 USD) and major cryptos such as BTC, ETH and XRP, allowing users to choose any currency as a margin based currency with no commission for deposit and withdrawal for marginal liquidity.

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