AdmiralCrypto review showed us how this broker has a proprietary trading platform but fails to deliver an explanation in English on how and why the platform should be used. This will definitely turn off many traders who can easily find a broker with a platform in their language.
In this case, it can only be presumed (from our trading experience), how this broker is not giving you an opportunity to simply buy and sell coins. You can trade crypto-related contracts instead. Basically, you are never the owner of the crypto coin but are only trading based on their market movement. Some of the currency pairs we encountered on the platform are related to Ethereum, bitcoin, dash, litecoin, etc, xrp, xmr, bch, neo, zec, salt and omg. The pairs offered consist of one crypto coin and EUR. This makes portfolio diversification very limited as there aren’t many opportunities to trade a greater variety of contracts and pairs.
Admiralcrypto mentions that you can buy and sell coins. Also, we noticed that you can make a deposit from your crypto wallet, but we never found any explanations how the entire process takes place.
While we truly believe how AdiralCrypto can make francophone traders happy, all other should either select a broker with the trading platform translated into English or start learning French as soon as possible.
AdmiralCrypto Mobile Trading
AdmiralCrypto is a broker that is not offering any special mobile trading app or special mobile version. Even though most designs used on websites nowadays are responsive, it would be great if the broker would mention that on their website. Responsive design is the one that is automatically adjusted to the screen of your device. Traders, in this case, should definitely skip mobile trading as there is no mentioning of any special features that can make mobile trading more effective or adjusted to smartphones.