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Cryptocurrency and weekend markets will open at 1200 BST this Saturday

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Morning all - please see below info sent earlier this week:

There will be a delayed open on our cryptocurrency and weekend markets on Saturday 26 October, to allow for scheduled maintenance.

We’re planning to reopen these markets at 12pm (UK time), rather than the normal 4am, however this is subject to change. We’re sorry if this causes you any inconvenience.


If you have any questions about this or need assistance with your account, you can find answers in our help and support area or IG Community. Alternatively, our highly trained client services team is available by phone or email 24 hours a day from 8am Saturday to 10pm Friday.

No changes to plan- on track for midday at this time.

 

Thanks,

Ludwik

 

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