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19 minutes ago, Davidwyk said:

Why Automatic trading PRT is not authorized for those can make money easily instruments like Bitcoins?  What is the true reason behind to make over 178000 Clients always happy or cry?

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  • 8 months later...

simple answer, your trades never see the market, the broker is your actual counterparty and the broker can't seem to hedge in real time. read the t&cs

go straight to one of the crypto exchanges if you want automated trading or use an ECN broker

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1 hour ago, deus777 said:

simple answer, your trades never see the market, the broker is your actual counterparty and the broker can't seem to hedge in real time. read the t&cs

go straight to one of the crypto exchanges if you want automated trading or use an ECN broker

oh right, I wonder then why no disgruntled employee hasn't gone and reported this to the FCA over the last 50 years given that they claim in their annual reports they don't act as the counterparty?

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