During the writing of eMarketsTrade review, we opened a trading account in order to see how the platform looks like. They are using Tradologic Krypton trading platform.
We couldn’t find any information on the underlying assets offered by the broker. The broker heavily advertises different cryptocurrencies such as Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero and Bitcoin. Once we entered the trading room, we noticed that it is primarily focused on cryptocurrencies trading.
There are also two different trading modes advertised – CryptoFX and SimplexCrypto
CryptoFX is advertised as a forex trading interface where you can combine cryptocurrencies with traditional currencies for more exciting trading experience. Basically, this is traditional forex trading platform with cryptos added as an underlying asset.
SimplexCrypto offers additional 2,000 instruments. Considering that you can’t take a look prior to depositing, we can only presume these are CFD instruments.
eMarketsTrade doesn’t offer a smartphone app for mobile trading, but the trading interface can be accessed via your mobile browser. The mobile version of the webpage has not impressed us with a design and is basically a simplified version of the desktop website.
Unfortunately, eMarketsTrade does not offer a demo account that traders could use to practice and polish their skills. Most forex brokers nowadays consider a demo account to be one of the most important things they can offer so this is quite surprising revelation.