Cryptocurrencies past performance is not a reliable indicator of its future performance. Cryptocurrencies are complex instruments and bring with them a high risk of losing money quickly due to leverage.
Most retail investors lose money when trading cryptocurrencies.
First, think carefully about whether you really understand how cryptocurrency trading works and whether you can afford to lose more if you decide to take more risk. Consult a licensed independent financial advisor and ensure that you are prepared to accept the risk and have the appropriate experience and knowledge before trading.
Under no circumstances do the organizer and the workshop operators assume responsibility towards any natural or legal person for
(a) any loss or damage in whole or in part arising out of, arising out of or in connection with any transactions relating to cryptocurrencies, or
(b) any direct, indirect, special, consequential or incidental damages of any kind. Cryptocurrency markets are unregulated services that are not governed by any specific European regulatory framework (including MiFID).
Therefore, when using cryptocurrency trading, you will not be protected in the way that is available to clients receiving investment services from MiFID, such as access to the Investor Compensation Fund and the Financial Ombudsman Service for dispute resolution.
Cryptocurrency trading involves a high level of risk, even if you follow and/or copy the most successful traders.
A cryptocurrency’s past performance is not a reliable indicator of its future performance.
The past performance of cryptocurrencies is not a reliable indicator of its future performance. Cryptocurrencies are complex instruments and carry with them a high risk of losing money quickly due to leverage.