First Global Credit – Use Bitcoin as Collateral to Trade Stocks and ETFs

First Global Credit – Use Bitcoin as Collateral to Trade Stocks and ETFs

First Global Credit is the world’s first Finance Company offering profit opportunities in mainstream markets for digital currency holders. The Company aims to become a market leader in the Bitcoin Capital Market by providing services that accept bitcoin as a valuable asset which can generate high returns. First Global Credit, is the first company to make it possible to use bitcoins as margin to trade stocks. Now First Global Credit is also adding Commodity Futures to the growing list of assets that can be traded on the website. The company has been founded by risk management specialist....


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