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Dive into the cryptocurrency market with our competitive spreads

Trade Bitcoin and altcoins CFDs with Blueberry Markets including Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple and Polkadot

Most popular cryptocurrency CFDs for you to trade

See our spreads for some of the most popular cryptocurrencies

Instrument Bid Ask Spread
btcusd btcusd BTCUSD - - -
ethusd ethusd ETHUSD - - -
ltcusd ltcusd LTCUSD - - -
xrpusd xrpusd XRPUSD - - -
dotusd dotusd DOTUSD - - -
bchusd bchusd BCHUSD - - -
xlmusd xlmusd XLMUSD - - -
dshusd dshusd DSHUSD - - -
adausd adausd ADAUSD - - -
xrmusd xrmusd XRMUSD - - -

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Frequently Asked

What are cryptocurrency CFDs?

Cryptocurrency CFDs allow you to trade cryptocurrencies without actually owning them. The profits and losses earned with crypto CFDs are calculated as the difference between the buy price of the crypto CFD and the selling price of it.

Does crypto have a spread?

Yes, there is a spread for cryptocurrency trading as well. The spread can vary according to the trading broker and the type of trading account you have. While some traders have their commissions built into the spreads, others charge commissions separately as a flat fee.

What is a spread fee in cryptocurrency?

The spread fee in cryptocurrency is the difference between what the cryptocurrency actually costs and what you have to pay to buy it (or receive it to sell it.). For example, if the spread is 0.5% and you buy crypto worth $100, the spread amount will be $0.5.

Can you trade crypto CFDs?

Yes, you can trade crypto CFDs by speculating the cryptocurrency's prices and buying a contract for difference for the same from a leading broker like Blueberry Markets.

How does spread work in crypto?

Like any other financial market, spreads in crypto are also calculated by subtracting the buying/bid price of the currency from the selling/ask price. When you open a position in the crypto market, you are given two prices and the difference between them is the spread.

Why are crypto spreads so large?

The spreads in the crypto market are large due to the extreme volatility in the market and the dynamism in the news industry with respect to cryptocurrencies.

What does a zero spread mean in cryptocurrency?

A zero spread in cryptocurrency means that when you will be trading cryptocurrencies from your trading account, the bid price and ask price will be equal.

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