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Admiral Markets Pty Ltd

Regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
  • Leverage up to:
    1:500 for retail clients
  • Volatility protection
  • Negative balance protection
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Trader`s Blog

How to Trade Bitcoin CFDs


Bitcoin's value, like that of any other commodity, will not continue to rise forever. Every trend has an end, and trading this new resource versus the Dollar gives some handy advantages over purchasing it outright. Bitcoin isn't backed by any physical asset, making it v

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What Is Bitcoin Cash?


Cryptocurrencies are quickly gaining recognition as having the potential to be the most significant technological development since the internet revolution. As recently as two or three years ago, Bitcoin and the other crypto and alt currencies popping up were widely con

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What is Ripple?


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Most of you are familiar with Bitcoin, but the family of cryptocurrencies extends a lot further than that. You may also have heard about, Litecoin and Ether.

Another cryptocurrency causing ripple effects throughout the digital currency market is... Ripple. Although Rippl

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What is Litecoin?


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Is Litecoin the 'lighter' sibling of Bitcoin? Bitcoin is no doubt a more well-known cryptocurrency, but you might be surprised to learn that Litecoin was introduced more than five years ago.

Time to have a closer look at what Litecoin stands for and how it compares to Bi

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What is Ethereum?


Ethereum (ETH) is an open software platform, based on blockchain technology, which enables developers to build and release decentralised applications. It's actually much more than a cryptocurrency, that's just one part of Ethereum's offering.

So, it's like Bitcoin then

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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.