So much has happened to e-gold and e-bullion since I blogged about Forex trading platforms that accept e-gold or e-bullion. Both digital gold currencies have since experienced a sharp decline in popularity with e-bullion being completed “dead”. It is only natural that I provide a new list of online forex trading platforms that accept deposits made into their platform via Liberty Reserve especially since Liberty Reserve is poised to be the new king of digital gold currency.
An average Joe in the western world might wonder, “Why this list”? Well, it turns out that the biggest online forex brokers do not accept any form of deposit/withdrawal outside Mastercard/Visa credit & debit cards, Paypal, paper cheque, EFT/ACH and in some cases, Moneybookers. Much of my audience in Ghana and Nigeria do not have access to the listed methods, or find them too expensive to use. They can however easily open a Liberty Reserve account, fund it through Liberty Reserve exchangers in their respective countries and then deposit same with a forex broker of their choice. Withdrawal goes through a reversal of the same trend I explained.
First, my disclaimer notice: The forex trading systems (brokers) listed below are not in any particular order. Aside providing this information, I am not involved with any of them in any way. I cannot guarantee their quality of service, professionalism, or anything else. I am sourcing info about them from their respective websites. Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including possible complete loss of principal and other losses and is not suitable for all people. You are the best judge as to whether Forex trading is appropriate for you in light of your financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance etc.
Finexo Ltd – http://www.finexo.com/
Finexo, a premier provider of online Forex services, was founded in 2003 by veterans of the banking system, derivatives trading, capital markets, and most importantly, the Forex market. In 2004 Finexo became a White Label of Saxo Bank. Today, Finexo’s management consist of career focused individuals, each with diverse experience in business, finance, economics, mathematics, media and management, giving Finexo a combined depth of knowledge and experience.
FXOpen is a financial services company specialized in providing traders with high quality online trading services. FXOpen provide opportunity for individuals and private companies to trade on financial markets under equal conditions like traders operating in traditionally closed financial centers and institutions.
LiteForex – http://www.liteforex.org/
LiteForex also offers competitive trading conditions for Forex professionals all around the world, and provides a dedicated Forex trading server and experienced customer support as well as analysis of Forex market and a professional affiliate program.
Marketiva – http://www.marketiva.com/
Marketiva is a financial services corporation specialized in providing traders with high quality online trading services. With a team of dedicated financial specialists and technical support personnel, Marketiva operates globally as a market maker and principal counterparty to retail traders. Marketiva has established itself as an industry leader by relying on its internet trading platform renowned for its ease of use, flexibility and reliability, as well as on its outstanding customer service.
ForexWebTrader – http://www.forexwebtrader.com/
ForexWebTrader is an IB of Finexo Ltd. We believe our platform to be, by far, the most sophisticated web-based Forex trading platform on the net. Partnered with the world leader in retail Forex technology, ForexWebTrader provides premier service for traders worldwide.
IFC Markets – http://ifcmarkets.com/
IFC Markets Corp. is an international business corporation authorized to offer futures, securities and foreign exchange as a brokerage-company, providing full range of services for margin trading in the FOREX. IFC Markets Corp. is incorporated in British Virgin Islands with registration number IBC CAP. 291 Reg. ? 669838. IFC Markets is under jurisdiction of the Financial Services Commission (FSC) and conforms to its regulations and internationally accepted supervisory and regulatory standards.