XTB is one of the largest CFD platforms that offers trading in a variety of financial assets like stocks, cryptocurrencies, commodities, forex, ETFs, and indices. The trading platform is owned by XTB Limited, which is headquartered in London, United Kingdom. XTB has offices in over 13 countries including UK, Poland, Germany, France and Turkey. With more than 14 years of experience, XTB has gained the trust of millions of members worldwide.
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XTB Limited is authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). To comply with the FCA regulations, XTB takes extensive measures to keep its clients’ funds secure by holding them in segregated bank accounts. Moreover, its clients are eligible to get compensation of up to 50,000 GBP per person, as they are protected under FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme).
xStation 5, the web trading platform of XTB is both intuitive and accessible, to provide a seamless user experience. It provides a detailed graph/chart for users to analyze the price movements of various assets. It supports 10+ languages including Spanish, French, Italian, German and Portuguese. Apart from xStation5, XTB offers another trading platform named MetaTrader 4 which is available in both web and desktop versions.
Like most of the trading platforms, XTB allows users to trade on the go using its mobile/smartwatch app on both iOS and Android devices. Moreover, XTB offers a free demo account (valid for 4 weeks) which will help users to test their trading skills without the risk of losing money.
The following review analyses several aspects of XTB, whilst providing you with an all-rounded detailed overview of the trading platform and its services. Although Cryptimi does its best to provide you with accurate information, whilst aiming to update it on a regular basis, we strongly recommend that you visit their site for any important updates which might occur after this review is published.