Just weeks after launching its cryptocurrency trading platform, online brokerage Firstrade Securities has already begun expanding its available crypto listings. The most recent additions to the tradeable crypto coins on Firstrade are ENJ (Enjin), Maker (MKR), Bancor Network Token (BNT) and Compound (COMP). The latest 4 coins now make a total of 41 available cryptocurrencies on the Firstrade crypto platform.
Enjin (ENJ) is a decentralized network on Ethereum which enables Developers to create and manage digital assets like NFTs, for game developments. The Maker (MKR) is a decentralized network, also on the Ethereum network, which primarily functions as a governance token for MakerDAO and as a fully functioning DeFi ecosystem.
Compound (COMP) is similar, also a decentralized finance ecosystem on ETH, and Bancor Network Token (BNT), operates pools which bring Ethereum and other blockchains together.
Why Trade Crypto on Firstrade?
Traders and investors can get started trading fractional amounts of cryptocurrency on Firstrade. The minimum allowable cryptocurrency trade that can be executed on Firstrade crypto is $1.
Customers can trade positions on coins through either limit or market orders, breaking down barriers to entry when trading cryptocurrencies such as custody and storage.
Advanced Trading Suite for Firstrade Customers
The addition of more cryptocurrencies is happening less than a month since the initial launch of the Firstrade crypto trading platform. Firstrade has a published commitment to providing its customers with the most advanced tools to seamlessly execute investment strategies. Cryptocurrencies run parallel with the most current and future technologies as instruments in digital ecosystems integrated into global payments and industry.
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