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Basic Information & Regulation of Deriv
Deriv's story began in 1999, the year Regent Markets was founded by an entrepreneur in partnership with a financial mathematician to develop algorithms for the world's first fixed-odds trading system for retail investors. 2000 saw Regent Markets' first office in Malta, where it acquired its first binary options. In 2001, Regent Markets launched BetOnMarkets.com, the first platform to offer binary options to retail traders. In 2004, Regent Markets opened a second office in Malaysia, and in 2013, BetOnMarkets.com was renamed Binary.com. The new brand can offer more features and market ranges. In 2005, the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) granted Binary.com a Class III investment services license, authorizing Binary.com to offer investment services to EU investors. Binary.com added CFDs, a popular form of derivatives trading used by retail traders in 2016. In 2018, Binary.com opened its third office in Labuan, Malaysia, and in 2019, it opened offices in Dubai and Paraguay. Deriv.com continues its global expansion with the opening of offices in Cyprus and Rwanda, as well as two new offices in Ipoh and Malaysia.
Security Analysis of Deriv
As you can see on the official website of Deriv, although the Deriv platform is launched by Binary.com, Deriv itself is not regulated in any way, and the Malta MFSA is licensed by Binary.com and not Deriv. The first and most rigid criterion to determine whether a trading platform is safe is whether it is appropriately regulated. Unregulated brokers cannot provide security for investors' funds. Investors should especially look for the real licensee, regulatory number, and whether the registered address of the broker is the same as the actual office address when checking the broker's license to avoid loss of funds.
Deriv offers traders a wide range of financial products, including Forex currency pairs, composite indices, stock indices, and commodities.
Trading Types of Deriv
Deriv offers three types of trading, namely margin trading, options trading, and multiplier options trading. Margin trading allows investors to purchase larger units of assets at a fraction of the cost while expanding potential profits but also increasing potential losses at the same time. Options trading allows payouts to be obtained by predicting market movements without the need to purchase the underlying asset—trading digital options at forex. Multiplier options allow trading with leverage while limiting the downside risk of an investment. Traders can increase their potential profits to the limit by multiplying any market movement by several times without having to take on more risk than their initial investment.
Trading Platforms Available
Deriv offers traders a choice of trading platforms, mainly Dtrader, DBot, DMT5, and SmartTrader. DMT5 is an all-in-one Forex and CFD trading platform.
Deposit and Withdrawal of Deriv
Deriv accepts deposits and withdrawals from traders' investment accounts via bank transfer, debit/debit cards, e-wallets, and cryptocurrency payments.
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