First Global Credit – Use Bitcoin as Collateral to Trade Stocks and ETFs


First Global Credit is the world’s first Finance Company offering profit opportunities in mainstream markets for digital currency holders. The Company aims to become a market leader in the Bitcoin Capital Market by providing services that accept bitcoin as a valuable asset which can generate high returns. First Global Credit, is the first company to make it possible to use bitcoins as margin to trade stocks. Now First Global Credit is also adding Commodity Futures to the growing list of assets that can be traded on the website.

The company has been founded by risk management specialist Gavin Smith and Financial Data Security Company Director Marcie Terman and has offices in Geneva, London and Hong Kong.

First Global Credit systems are built using bank grade technology and security and the company’s processes are designed to assure customers privacy, alongside the complete security for their assets. First Global Credit, allows cryptocurrencies to be used as collateral margin to trade stocks and ETFs and provides access to a “partly subsidized” professional-grade stocks and currency trading account on a professional grade trading platform.

Bitcoins are deposited in secure client accounts. Clients can then use them to trade stocks, ETFs, futures as well as trade fiat currencies against bitcoins. In addition to the trading opportunities, First Global Credit also offers interests (2%year) on any account with more than 10 bitcoins.

First Global Credit is actively seeking companies that offer investment vehicles that offer a return on digital currency. First Global Credit will develop opportunities to introduce customers to your company site.

With First Global Credit, anyone can become a supplier of investment services.  For that, you will need to apply and follow AML/KYC conventions. With First Global Credit, there’s a whole lot of opportunities for investment, so go ahead and visit the company’s website to learn more about how to become a supplier.

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