eToro, the global investment platform with over ten million registered users, has announced a significant cut in spreads on cryptoassets as part of its ongoing efforts to increase awareness of the potential of crypto and blockchain more broadly. This move to cut the costs of investing in crypto will help to make it more accessible for retail investors.
With immediate effect, spreads on all cryptoassets on the eToro platform have been trimmed with the spreads on many assets, including bitcoin, cut by more than half. This move means that clients will

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