Some analysts compare bold and bitcoin, but there are important differences between the two. Learn about those differences, and the similarities they share, at FXCM.
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The scheduled bitcoin hard fork for November 2017 was postponed, though the possibility still looms. Learn about the potential impact on the cryptocurrency and its value moving forward.
Explore the background of the blockchain, a distributed ledger system that makes it easier to keep track of transactions and assets.
The markets of forex and Bitcoins are very different, offering traders a set of pros and cons. No matter which market is being traded, opportunity exists in each venue.
An initial coin offering (ICO) is the process of raising capital for a start up using cryptocurrencies instead of traditional money.
The relationship between oil and stock pricing is a complex one. It is cyclical in nature, and can prove either positive or negative. There are many studies that prove both.
Ether is the world’s second-largest digital currency (or cryptocurrency) next to bitcoin. Learn about its history, how it's traded and much more.
Bitcoin cash is a cryptocurrency very similar to bitcoin. However, it has one major difference in that the blocks in bitcoin cash’s blockchain allow far more space.
Learn more about what defines a cryptocurrency, a type of currency based on cryptography and that uses a distributed ledger system called the blockchain.
A bitcoin wallet stores the private keys required to make bitcoin transactions. While a bitcoin wallet is somewhat similar to a more traditional wallet, there are important differences.
The USD/MXN currency pair, a traditionally significant forex trade in the Americas, has gained renewed prominence. Find out more at FXCM.
Emerging market currencies are attractive to traders and investors because of the availability of profit. Learn how to trade with them at FXCM.
The currency pairing of the Australian dollar (AUD) and the United States dollar (USD) is one of the most commonly traded pairs on the forex market.
The currency pairing of the euro (EUR) and Australian dollar (AUD) affords forex market participants several unique trading and investment opportunities.
The New Zealand dollar and United States dollar currency pairing, aka the "kiwi," is a commodity pairing, and provides several distinct trading and investment opportunities.
Slippage occurs when currency prices change while an order is being placed, causing traders to enter or exit a trade at a price that is higher or lower than they desired.
The EUR/CAD exists as a cross currency pairing. It can function as a diversification tool, and can be actively traded within a trend following or carry trade approach.
The currency cross pairing of EUR/CHF is used by traders and investors as a hedge against risk, and as a diversification tool. Learn more at FXCM.
Learn about the U.S. Dollar and Canadian Dollar currency pair and find out how you can use it in your investment strategy on FXCM Insights.
Learn everything you need to know about the British Pound and Euro currency pair on FXCM now. Find out if this pair fits into your investment strategy.