EuropeFX offers a range of platforms. The most popular one is, as always, the MetaTrader4 in all its iterations – client for windows and Mac, app for iOS and Android and also tablet version for iPad. There is a web-terminal too, that requires no download. All of these accessible through the single set of login credentials provided by EuropeFX upon registering for an account. EuropeFX also offers their own webtrader, but for the sole reason it uses Adobe Flash plugin, we would recommend traders to stay away.
EuropeFX also offers the TradeWorks as a cloud based automation software for algorithmic trading. TradeWorks system enables customers to make strategies which are then used to spot market opportunities, be executed and then execute the trade automatically. There are some strategies that are part of Tradewroks so traders may even not need to tinker much around the system to fire up automated forex trading. TradeWorks integrates with Metatrader4.
EuropeFX lets traders trade Forex, Equities, Indices and Commodities. They will introduce cryptocurrencies as currency pairs against USD soon. In total they have 51 currency pairs, 87 predominantly US stocks, 17 types of commodities and 30 indices and futures.
EuropeFX client has the opportunity to do trading based on prices of cryptocurrencies in USD. So, if you see BTCUSD, it means you are trading Bitcoin in USD prices. This is a very forex type approach to cryptocurrencies trading. At the point of updating the review, EuropeFX website did not specify which cryptocurrencies are available. From the logos on their site, we could see Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash.