Trade Bitcoin, Ethereum & more Cryptocurrency CFDs


Join thousands of traders around the world and start trading the fastest growing digital currencies on our award-winning platform.


  • Could the Bitcoin Bubble burst? Go long or short
  • Trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash & Ripple
  • Winner! 'Best Cryptocurrency Trading Provider 2017' as voted by FinTech Awards
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Bitcoin's increase in value in the last two years is 68 times greater than the Dax and 149 times greater than Gold.*

*Closing price 9th May 2015 to 9th June 2017 (source Macrobond)

Percentage growth of Bitcoin, DE30 & Gold

Trade Bitcoin at XTB

Plus FOUR other Cryptocurrency CFDs: Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash & Ripple
Why trade Cryptocurrencies with XTB?
  • Leverage: Trade with a leverage of up to 20:1 (5% margin)
  • Tight Spreads: Including Bitcoin (4 pips), Dash (3.7 pips), Ripple (0.0025 pips), Litecoin (0.65 pips) & Ethereum (3.7 pips)
  • 24 Hour, Weekend Trading: From Saturday 3am to Friday 9pm (BST)
  • Flexibility: Take advantage of the volatility by going long or short on the digital currency, with no wallet needed
  • Safety: We’re a trusted market leader, regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority

Trade Bitcoin risk free with a FREE demo account
$100k of virtual funds to trade Bitcoin, Ethereum & more Cryptocurrency CFDs to see if it's for you
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5 Cryptocurrencies up to 20:1 leverage and tight spreads

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Our group awards:

Forex and CFDs are leveraged products and can result in losses that exceed your deposits. They may not be suitable for everyone, so please ensure you fully understand all of the risks.

Forex and CFDs are leveraged products and can result in losses that exceed your deposits. Please ensure you fully understand all of the risks.

Losses can exceed deposits