CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 64% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Trading Cryptocurrencies

Trading cryptocurrencies involve trading digital coins, which are designed to be transferred between people in virtual transactions. Cryptocurrencies are existing data, not physical objects. At Cryptokartal you have the opportunity to diversify your investment portfolio by trading Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, 6. Stellar, Litecoin, Zcash etc.

 Earning potential with cryptocurrencies is big since it is possible to profit even when the market is moving down. The security that Cryptokartal offers for the crypto traders is extraordinary, you make an investment with high-volatility, and furthermore, you can trade 24/5. There is no limit on profit, the only thing you can do is to grab this opportunity and to use it efficiently.


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Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency designed and released in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, an unknown person. Bitcoin has the biggest market cap to date about $10billion, dominating other cryptocurrencies.

 Bitcoin has an impacted reputation so people referred other cryptocurrencies as ‘altcoins’ – alternative coins because they are alternatives to Bitcoin.


Ether is the cryptocurrency for Ethereum, a decentralized platform that is based on the concept of ‘smart contacts’. Peer-to-peer smart contracts are what Ethereum well known, apart from the cryptocurrency. It enables people to code and enacts contracts without the middleman.


Ripple (XRP) can be defined as the next generation of payment networks. Basically, build up to engage financial institutions and leaders, Ripple has been a leading technology. This cryptocurrency boosted up in 2017, moving from $0.0063 to up $1.

Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) a creation dated August 1, 2017, following a brand new variant of the blockchain with modified rules. This change from Bitcoin to e new version creates a larger capacity for more transactions.


It is considered as a competitor of Ethereum by analysts. This comparison is done because it is similar to the Ethereum blockchain, but faster, more scalable, and allows users to build decentralized apps more efficiently. Market analysts are promoting the coin as ‘The Most Powerful Infrastructure for Decentralized Applications’.


A decentralized network consists of peers that can run independently of each other. The power to transmit information is distributed among a network of servers, instead of being driven from one primary source. The stellar network is an independent entity. The idea is to have as many as possible self-governing servers engaging in the Stellar network so that network will still run successfully even if some servers crash.


Created on October 2011 by former Google employee Charles Lee Litecoin comes as an "alt" to Bitcoin. It is known for being a derivative to Bitcoin for the high similarity level to it.


Cardano is a smart contract platform, similar to Ethereum, with a focus on security. It’s the first Blockchain project based on scientific philosophy peer-reviewed academic research. They’re trying to find a balance between regulation, privacy and decentralization.


IOTA is a cryptocurrency designed for the Internet of Things. But before we get into why the Internet of Things needs IOTA. IOTA has four main advantages over Blockchain cryptocurrencies: scalability, being centralized, modularity and the minimization of fees for the customers.


Tether is a cryptocurrency project founded in November 2015. It has two signs USDT and EURT, which were made as analogs of USD and EUR in a Blockchain world. These cryptocurrencies are closely connected with the exchange Bitfinex. At first, Tether was based on the Bitcoin Blockchain system, but in 2017, they transferred to Litecoin.

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