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Latest Forex News. UK’s financial services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has fined the UK branch of the US brokerage Interactive Brokers (IBUK) GBP 1,049,412, the watchdog said. The reason for the punishment are failings in IBUK’s post-trade systems and controls for identifying and reporting suspicious transactions in the period February 2014 to February 2015. IBUK is based in London and executes and arranges transactions in various financial instruments, including CFDs directly for its UK clients and for other clients across the Interactive Brokers group of companies. Read more. Brits lose an average of GBP 87 000 a day to binary options scams, said UK’s financial services watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in its latest advisory. In the publication the FCA urges the public to be vigilant to the threat of online investment fraud. The watchdog warns that fraudsters offering investments in binary options, contracts for difference (CFDs), forex and cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin) often promote themselves online and via social media channels, such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. They promise high returns and use images of luxurious items like expensive watches and cars and yachts to lure the people to put money in the scam. Read more. Facebook is banning the ads of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, initial coin offerings (ICOs) and binary options across its network and partnering sites, said the company in a blog post. According to the new company policy, “ads that promote financial products and services that are frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices, such as binary options, initial coin offerings and cryptocurrency“ are prohibited. The ban will apply to all platforms of the company, including Facebook, Audience Network that places ads on third party apps, and Instagram. Read more. The executives of the Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, which became the latest victim of a security breach and theft of cryptocurrencies worth $530 million, refused to admit security flaws, reports CCN. We remind you that over the weekend it was revealed that CoinCheck’s hot wallet was hacked and client funds in XEM coins, native to the NEM blockchain, worth $530 million were stolen, making it the largest heist in cryptocurrency history so far. Initially it was reported that Ripples were also stolen. Read more. Serenity blockchain platform announces the start of the main ICO period, which will start on 25 January 2018 and will last for a total of six weeks, ending on 7 March. The main ICO period offers a unique opportunity for investors to purchase Serenity tokens with a 40% discount. The pre-sale round (Pre-ICO period) that previously took place, resulted in $524,790 being raised. Vasily Alexeev, CTO Serenity: «At the Pre-ICO stage we received valuable feedback from our investors and thank all for the constructive criticism. After the Pre-ICO, we worked on improving the website and positioning the project, making it more understandable for all market participants. Read more. HYCM, a leading provider of online FX and CFD trading services, announced this week it is expanding its CFD cryptocurrency portfolio with the addition of Ripple and Bitcoin Cash. The CFDs are on the XRP/USD and BCH/USD pairs. So far HYCM has been offering CFDs on ETH/USD, LTC/USD and the BTC/USD pairs. “There is no doubt that cryptocurrencies play a key role in forex trading as well as in the industry as a whole. We are expanding our offerings to help our clients diversify in cryptocurrencies in the same way as they do in traditional instruments. Read more. The companies behind the OneCoin MLM ponzi scheme have been transferred to Kristian Manolov from one of the less affluent suburbs of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia, reports the local daily 24 Chasa. According to the article, the 28-year-old man has not been seen by his neighbors for a while, but they describe him as “a poor boy”. He is not answering his phone either. The practice of transferring troubled companies to poor and homeless people in exchange for a little money is fairly common in Bulgaria. Initially, the several companies (OneLife, registered in Belize, One Network Services, registered in Bulgaria and OneCoin Ltd. Read more. We have all experienced a well targeted advert popping up on our social media after posting a comment on a subject. If we were to be pragmatic about being “stalked” by advertisers, we could argue that their having access to our private information means that we will not be spammed with irrelevant communications. On the flip side, or perhaps the dark side, companies have the ability to access far more personal information than we are comfortable with, writes FXTM Senior Staff Writer Nikola Grozdanovic. Advertisers and service provides can store detailed data on their clients and use it to send promotions and information. Read more. It looks like the South Korean government has abandoned its plans to impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrency trading in the country, but will nevertheless impose certain restrictions. According to reports, quoted by CCN, the authorities will enforce a ban on anonymous transactions and trading through virtual anonymous bank accounts, starting from January 30. Instead, six South Korean banks will be issuing new trading accounts, in compliance with KYC requirements. This means that the name on the traders’ account at the exchange and in the bank must match. Read more. OneCoin, the MLM cryptocurrency ponzi scheme, denied the charges of money laundering, organized criminal activities and fraud, under which the Bulgarian specialized prosecution and police conducted searches, questionings and confiscations last week. The operation was carried out in cooperation and upon the request of the prosecutor’s office in the German town of Bielefeld, which last spring launched a criminal investigation into the activities of OneCoin in Germany. Read more. Forex Industry News. Latest forex brokers. Forex trading carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Before you engage in trading foreign exchange, please make yourself acquainted with its specifics and all the risks associated with it. All information on ForexBrokerz.com is only published for general information purposes. We do not present any guarantees for the accuracy and reliability of this information. Any action you take upon the information you find on this website is strictly at your own risk and we will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our website. All textual content on ForexBrokerz.com is copyrighted and protected under intellectual property law. You may not reproduce, distribute, publish or broadcast any piece of the website without indicating us as a source. ForexBrokerz.com does not claim copyright over the imagery used on the website, including brokers' logos, stock images and illustrations. Forexbrokerz website uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read our Privacy Policy. Latest Forex News. UK’s financial services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has fined the UK branch of the US brokerage Interactive Brokers (IBUK) GBP 1,049,412, the watchdog said. The reason for the punishment are failings in IBUK’s post-trade systems and controls for identifying and reporting suspicious transactions in the period February 2014 to February 2015. IBUK is based in London and executes and arranges transactions in various financial instruments, including CFDs directly for its UK clients and for other clients across the Interactive Brokers group of companies. Read more. Brits lose an average of GBP 87 000 a day to binary options scams, said UK’s financial services watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in its latest advisory. In the publication the FCA urges the public to be vigilant to the threat of online investment fraud. The watchdog warns that fraudsters offering investments in binary options, contracts for difference (CFDs), forex and cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin) often promote themselves online and via social media channels, such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. They promise high returns and use images of luxurious items like expensive watches and cars and yachts to lure the people to put money in the scam. Read more. Facebook is banning the ads of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, initial coin offerings (ICOs) and binary options across its network and partnering sites, said the company in a blog post. According to the new company policy, “ads that promote financial products and services that are frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices, such as binary options, initial coin offerings and cryptocurrency“ are prohibited. The ban will apply to all platforms of the company, including Facebook, Audience Network that places ads on third party apps, and Instagram. Read more. The executives of the Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, which became the latest victim of a security breach and theft of cryptocurrencies worth $530 million, refused to admit security flaws, reports CCN. We remind you that over the weekend it was revealed that CoinCheck’s hot wallet was hacked and client funds in XEM coins, native to the NEM blockchain, worth $530 million were stolen, making it the largest heist in cryptocurrency history so far. Initially it was reported that Ripples were also stolen. Read more. Serenity blockchain platform announces the start of the main ICO period, which will start on 25 January 2018 and will last for a total of six weeks, ending on 7 March. The main ICO period offers a unique opportunity for investors to purchase Serenity tokens with a 40% discount. The pre-sale round (Pre-ICO period) that previously took place, resulted in $524,790 being raised. Vasily Alexeev, CTO Serenity: «At the Pre-ICO stage we received valuable feedback from our investors and thank all for the constructive criticism. After the Pre-ICO, we worked on improving the website and positioning the project, making it more understandable for all market participants. Read more. HYCM, a leading provider of online FX and CFD trading services, announced this week it is expanding its CFD cryptocurrency portfolio with the addition of Ripple and Bitcoin Cash. The CFDs are on the XRP/USD and BCH/USD pairs. So far HYCM has been offering CFDs on ETH/USD, LTC/USD and the BTC/USD pairs. “There is no doubt that cryptocurrencies play a key role in forex trading as well as in the industry as a whole. We are expanding our offerings to help our clients diversify in cryptocurrencies in the same way as they do in traditional instruments. Read more. The companies behind the OneCoin MLM ponzi scheme have been transferred to Kristian Manolov from one of the less affluent suburbs of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia, reports the local daily 24 Chasa. According to the article, the 28-year-old man has not been seen by his neighbors for a while, but they describe him as “a poor boy”. He is not answering his phone either. The practice of transferring troubled companies to poor and homeless people in exchange for a little money is fairly common in Bulgaria. Initially, the several companies (OneLife, registered in Belize, One Network Services, registered in Bulgaria and OneCoin Ltd. Read more. We have all experienced a well targeted advert popping up on our social media after posting a comment on a subject. If we were to be pragmatic about being “stalked” by advertisers, we could argue that their having access to our private information means that we will not be spammed with irrelevant communications. On the flip side, or perhaps the dark side, companies have the ability to access far more personal information than we are comfortable with, writes FXTM Senior Staff Writer Nikola Grozdanovic. Advertisers and service provides can store detailed data on their clients and use it to send promotions and information. Read more. It looks like the South Korean government has abandoned its plans to impose a blanket ban on cryptocurrency trading in the country, but will nevertheless impose certain restrictions. According to reports, quoted by CCN, the authorities will enforce a ban on anonymous transactions and trading through virtual anonymous bank accounts, starting from January 30. Instead, six South Korean banks will be issuing new trading accounts, in compliance with KYC requirements. This means that the name on the traders’ account at the exchange and in the bank must match. Read more. OneCoin, the MLM cryptocurrency ponzi scheme, denied the charges of money laundering, organized criminal activities and fraud, under which the Bulgarian specialized prosecution and police conducted searches, questionings and confiscations last week. The operation was carried out in cooperation and upon the request of the prosecutor’s office in the German town of Bielefeld, which last spring launched a criminal investigation into the activities of OneCoin in Germany. Read more. Forex Industry News. Latest forex brokers. Forex trading carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Before you engage in trading foreign exchange, please make yourself acquainted with its specifics and all the risks associated with it. All information on ForexBrokerz.com is only published for general information purposes. We do not present any guarantees for the accuracy and reliability of this information. Any action you take upon the information you find on this website is strictly at your own risk and we will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our website. All textual content on ForexBrokerz.com is copyrighted and protected under intellectual property law. You may not reproduce, distribute, publish or broadcast any piece of the website without indicating us as a source. ForexBrokerz.com does not claim copyright over the imagery used on the website, including brokers' logos, stock images and illustrations. Forexbrokerz website uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read our Privacy Policy.