WHO WE ARE

GCF Genesis Capital Group Corporation is an international trade finance corporation specialised in managing and investment of global trade. With world-wide scope, GCF provides global investments solutions to corporate and individuals. GCF Corporation is constantly approach by both corporate and individuals for advice to satisfy their investment needs.

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GCF FOREX TRADING PLATFORM

There are several of Forex trading platform in the market. However GCF mainly focus on FxPro Meta Trader 5. Reason it had being named the “best” twice in a row at 2015 and 2016. Continuing its predecessor’s impressive legacy…

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HOW DOES THIS WORKS?

Currencies are being purchased and sold according to the current price. That price is being determined by supply and demand. This reflection of many factors such as, current interest rates, economic performance,…

WHY GCF

GCF is motivated to assist and provide most efficient investment solution for everyone investment. GCF is an investment corporation with client focus and global perspective as priority. GCF shapes itself in how to manage the business to take account of economic, social and environmental risks and opportunities to deliver value for the customers, people and communities.

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CRYPTOCURRENCY

Cryptocurrency is the medium of exchange like normal currencies such as USD EUR HKD RMB etc, but designed for the purpose of exchanging digital information through a process made possible by certain principles of cryptography. It is a form of digital money. Many always refer Bitcoin as the only virtual money, but it is just the tip of the iceberg.

HOW DOES CRYPTOCURRENCY ARBITRAGE WORKS?

Cryptocurrency arbitrage refers to buying coins on a digital exchange where the price is significantly lower & simultaneously selling the coin at a crypto exchange where the price is higher, as result, profiting from a difference in prices.

Regardless where the market moves, arbitrage always makes a profit.

WHY CHINA

China is the world’s largest carbon emitter due to coal to fuel its massive economy. China has changed its approach to cutting carbon emission since the disastrous Copenhagen negotiation in 2009. It was blamed for blocking an agreement. The government is now taking the need to cut emissions seriously and it reflected in its submission to the United Nation (UN).

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