Conotoxia opens a new office in Warsaw, Poland
By Joy Dumasia
Conotoxia Ltd. provides access to forex and CFD trading in the European Economic Area. The company’s headquarters is located in Cyprus. Since October 18th, it has also opened a branch in Warsaw, and its Director is Daniel Kostecki.
Using the web portal found at conotoxia.com, clients of Conotoxia Ltd. can make deposits and withdrawals to their forex account using a currency wallet. They can deposit funds into an account in a Polish bank and trade in 4 currencies: zloty, euro, the US dollar and the British pound. What’s more, buying and selling the most popular CFDs on cryptocurrencies is also available during weekends. Service is provided entirely in Polish and English from account opening through support and trading.
The broker’s clients have continuous access to educational feeds with free, extensive and regularly updated content on financial markets, including instructional videos, e-books, analyses and other tutorial materials. Along with education, security is also vital. Conotoxia Ltd. ensures the protection of Polish-based clients through the supervision of CySEC (Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission) and KNF (Polish Financial Supervision Authority) in investment service.
Grzegorz Jaworski, CEO of Conotoxia Ltd., said: “The launch of our branch in Poland is another proof of our continuous growth. As part of our international expansion, we are not only extending our product range and services but also strengthening our team to fulfil Conotoxia Holding’s visions and ideas in the best possible way while at the same time building a strong brand recognition worldwide. We want to offer Polish investors a real alternative when it comes to world-class trading with a trusted broker known by its solid reputation and with roots of a global fintech like Conotoxia.”
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Conotoxia offers another payment method – Apple Pay, within its in-house payment system Conotoxia Pay. Fast and secure one-click payment with Apple Pay means that there is no need to fill in the card details in each case.
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