B2C2 gets FCA approval for crypto CFD product

Liquidity provider  B2C2 gains authorisation from the FCA to offer contracts for difference (CFDs).  

Cryptocurrency liquidity provider B2C2 has received authorisation from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority for one of its subsidiary’s to arrange and deal in contracts for difference (CFDs).

Through the approval will give eligible counterparties and professional clients the ability to gain exposure to cryptocurrency markets via the firm’s CFDs.

“We are excited to have received authorisation from the FCA to introduce a cryptocurrency CFD product,” said Max Boonen, founder and CEO of B2C2

“Eligible counterparties and professional clients can now gain derivative exposure to the cryptocurrency markets, benefiting from the competitive pricing and liquidity they’re accustomed to receiving from B2C2 while avoiding the risks associated with crypto custody.”