Tickmill launches CFDs on futures products from Crypto.com’s Small Exchange
FCA licensed Retail FX and CFDs broker Tickmill has announced the launch of new direct market access CFDs based on futures products from The Small Exchange. Clients at Tickmill are now able to trade new CFDs of futures products like Small Cannabis, Small Cryptocurrency, Small 2YR US Treasury Yield, and many more.
The broker released the information in an article informing clients that, thanks to their partnership with the US-based futures exchange, their aim to democratize futures has developed further by increasing accessibility to retail traders. The Tickmill brokerage team had to create their own pricing mechanism based directly on the underlying exchange to pull this off successfully.
Tickmill UK CEO, Duncan Anderson explained:
“The Small Exchange itself is designed with the everyday investor in mind. We wanted to deepen our partnership with them to be able to take better advantage of their exciting new products coming out.”
“With the latest addition of the new instruments, our traders are able to explore the world of futures within the familiarity of a CFD and MT4 trading environment! This means no market data fees and the products are offered as non-expiring CFD contracts so that clients do not have to worry about rolling over their positions every month. Our brokerage team has worked tirelessly to enhance the trading conditions even further by ensuring that we can offer exceptionally competitive leverage to our traders.”
Tickmill is a financial services provider offering first-class trading products through its five global entities: Tickmill UK Ltd, authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Tickmill Europe Ltd, regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), Tickmill Ltd, regulated by the Financial Services Authority of Seychelles (FSA), Tickmill Asia Ltd, authorised and regulated by the Labuan Financial Services Authority and Tickmill South Africa (Pty) Ltd, authorised and regulated by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA).