BTC-e Adds Chinese Offshore Yuan Trading

Jayanand Sagar | March 30, 2014 | 1:33 pm

BTC-e Adds Chinese Offshore Yuan Trading

Jayanand Sagar | March 30, 2014 | 1:33 pm

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Mysterious yet popular crypto-currency exchange BTC-e announced on Sunday that customers will now be able trade with the Chinese Yuan.

The announcement:

We are pleased to inform that new trading instruments with Chinese offshore Yuan has been added. Now btc-e clients can trade 3 new instruments. A unique trading instruments that enables you to benefit either from price fall or increase are now available in your btc-e MetaTrader4 and WebTrader platforms under following symbols: USD/CNH (available on WebTrader only), BTC/CNH, LTC/CNH

The following are trading terms outlined by BTC-e for MetaTrader 4 accounts:

  • Deposit currency is CNH
  • Minimum deposit amount – NONE
  • Transfer to/out MT4 account – 0%
  • Commission is 0.25 Right after you open a trade, you will see the round turn commission charged (Open + Close included)
  • Minimal trading volume is 0.1 lot
  • Leverage – from 1.1 to 1:3
  • Margin call level is 30%
  • Stop out is at 15%

The announcement comes at a very interesting time, if you haven’t already noticed. With whispers that the Chinese are poised to prevent banks and third-party payment processors from working with bitcoin exchanges (this has not been confirmed by authorities in China, as I outlined here), BTC-e may be putting itself in a position to embrace Chinese traders.

Right place, right time? Certainly appears so.

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