By trading crypto currencies and using the margin trading facility you may lose your initial capital. By using the margin facility, you incur a cost, and this may also adversely affect your capital position and adversely affect your breakeven price. Should you as the client decide that you would like to spot defer your holdings with EBLN DMCC using spot deferred settlement products and services, the amount of your deposit will only be a percentage of the physical value of the asset you have agreed to purchase. A relatively minor market movement will have a proportionately larger impact on the funds you have deposited. In the light of this, deferral can work against you as well as financially beneficial for you. You may sustain a significant loss of your initial deposit and any additional funds you may have also deposited to support your trade on the asset. If the market moves against your holding and required equity levels in relation to your holding are reduced, you may as the client be called upon to pay substantial additional funds at short notice to maintain the current physical commodity holding you presently have. Trading on financial markets requires experience, knowledge and skill. Buying and selling crypto assets is speculative and contains a varying degree of risk. EBLN DMCC is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) The buying and selling of crypto currencies is not a regulated product.

This means that you are not eligible to any recourse under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) or any compensation scheme. Past performance of an asset provides no indication of future performance. You should consider before you make any decision to purchase and trade within the global spot markets your individual position financially. The currency exchange rate fluctuations may also have an adverse effect on the value of transactions you may enter with EBLN DMCC that may be traded in foreign currencies. Crypto asset trading, which include bitcoin are not regulated because they do not fall under the definition of a “financial instrument” as defined by the financial conduct authority glossary. Lending crypto currency assets for the purposes of short selling also is not a regulated activity. Short selling of decentralised unregulated assets such as crypto currencies is not subject to the short selling regulation [Council of 14.01.12 on short selling and certain aspects of credit default swaps 236/2012]. If you have a short contract and the price of the asset goes up this will affect your capital and you may lose it entirely. Using the spot deferral facility, which enables you to defer an amount of the transaction cost until you sell the position, can adversely affect your break-even prices. With the trading of crypto currencies there is a risk of a hacker attack where you could lose your assets. There is also the risk of government intervention. Government may impose new regulations seek to ban the trading of crypto assets. If this is the case this may also significantly affect the prices of your assets and their accessibility as well effect the operations of EBLN DMCC. Government intervention may reduce liquidity.