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    Can a micro/stp/ecn account be funded with cryptocurrencies (like Bitcoin/BTC)? If so, how does that work? Can withdrawals be made to cryptocurrencies?
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    Hello!
    The Micro/Stp/Ecn accounts can't be funded with the crypto currencies, read about terms here
    https://www.fxopen.com/TradingTerms.aspx

    you can upload funds to your account with conversion or convert currency befor this
    by https://cabinet.fxopen.com/Utils/CurrencyExchange.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerous View Post
    Hello!
    The Micro/Stp/Ecn accounts can't be funded with the crypto currencies, read about terms here
    https://www.fxopen.com/TradingTerms.aspx

    you can upload funds to your account with conversion or convert currency befor this
    by https://cabinet.fxopen.com/Utils/CurrencyExchange.aspx
    So you can first exchange BTC for USD in currency exchange utility. Then you can fund your account; is this correct?


    I do not see any FAQ on this; this would be helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4EverMaAT View Post
    So you can first exchange BTC for USD in currency exchange utility. Then you can fund your account; is this correct?


    I do not see any FAQ on this; this would be helpful.
    it is about stp micro standard and ecn accounts

    maybe soon, there will be Faq, if there isn't
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