Handelsvoorwaarden

Platform
cTrader
cTrader
Edge
MT4
MT5
Executie
Martexecutie
Martexecutie
cTraderVariabele spreads
Minimum: 15.70Gemiddeld: 15.89
Market Hours*Open Now
Market Hours*Open Now
Limit en Stop niveau0
1 tickwaarde0.00001
Minimale contractgrootte0.01 lot
1 lotgrootte1 BAT
1 Pipwaarde per 1 lot in USD0.00001 USD
Minimale stapgrootte voor toename van contractgroottes0.01 lot
Margevereisten om een lock posititie te openen*0
ExecutiemodusMarket (irrelevant of platform or Account type)

* Alleen als Margeniveau > 100%

De gemiddelde spreads voor elk platform worden dagelijks bijgewerkt om het gemiddelde van de vorige dag weer te geven. Hoewel FxPro probeert om concurrerende spreads aan te bieden tijdens alle handelsuren, moeten klanten er rekening mee houden dat deze kunnen variëren en onderhevig zijn aan onderliggende marktomstandigheden. Het bovenstaande wordt alleen ter indicatie gegeven. Klanten wordt geadviseerd om belangrijke nieuwsaankondigingen op onze Economische Kalender te controleren, die onder andere kunnen leiden tot een verbreding van de spreads.

De bovenstaande spreads zijn van toepassing onder normale handelsomstandigheden. FxPro heeft het recht om de bovenstaande spreads in overeenstemming met de marktomstandigheden volgens de ‘Algemene Bedrijfsvoorwaarden’ aan te passen.

Wat is BAT

In 2017, the creators of the BAT coin held one of the most successful crowd sales in history: in just 30 seconds, they managed to sell coins for $36 million. By the end of the ICO, users bought up the Basic Attention Tokens (as the abbreviation stands for) to $1 billion.

Of course, the project immediately attracted everyone's attention. How did the developers do it? Some analysts were leaning toward a well-thought-out advertising campaign; others were convinced that the BAT founder shook up his personal brand and lured users with his authority.

In any case, the story about limited-issue tokens worked very well. In total, $1.5 billion worth of coins were issued. Most of them were sold during the ICO.

So, the creators had $500 million worth of tokens left in their hands. They decided to distribute them as follows: 300 thousand went to new users acquisition, and 200 thousand were pledged for the development of the project and salaries for IT specialists.

Why is this token so attractive? Its idea is that for BATs, sellers can buy time and virtual space for advertising across online platforms. All that happens entirely natively in the new browser Brave, created by the same company. There is an increased level of confidentiality of operations, and the displayed content is exclusively relevant to users' interests. It's understood that there would be a continuous circulation of BAT coins within this system, so now they migrate from buyers' to sellers' wallets – and vice versa.