Darwinex, the UK-FCA regulated asset manager of DARWIN strategies for FX investors and ECN broker today launched new features rounding out the brokerage offering. This also gives trade-leaders more variety when conducting their investment strategies.
Furthermore, corporate accounts are also available which makes it possible for professional providers to conduct business in their legal company name. Lastly, the company will provide trade rebates to its traders starting this December, which is always attractive especially high volume traders to increase their income and profits.
Take a look below for more details on the updates the company sent out:
1. Indices & commodities
Indices and commodities are finally tradable on Darwinex MT4, check below all the new instruments.
2. Corporate accounts
Would you prefer to open a corporate account rather than an individual one? Wait no more! Corporate accounts are finally available.
3. New Rebate Program
Good news come in threes: starting in December, our new Rebate Program will pay back part of the commissions charged to our traders every month. Visit our Rebates Section and use the brand new Rebates calculator to see how you could benefit from our rebates.
4. New User profile
Want to know how many DARWINs a trader has? Would you like to see all the strategies belonging to one trader? Click on any trader’s username to visit their user profile and gain a deeper insight into their Darwinex activity at a glance: how many investors do they have, what were their DarwinIA earnings in the past, which of your filters’ criteria do they meet, etc.
5. New margin levels on MT4
Going forward, different margin levels will apply to different pairs (instead of having a max. leverage per account, different margins will apply to different assets).
This change will apply with immediate effect to newly created MT4 accounts, whereas margin levels on existing accounts will remain untouched until further notice.
For ease of reference: 0.50 % equals to 200:1 leverage, 1 % equals to 1:100 leverage, 5 % equals to 1:20 leverage, etc.