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Soft Commodities

Soft Commodities

Commodities are physical assets that are in high demand. Soft commodities are generally referred to as goods which are grown, for example, sugar, coffee beans, and cotton, to name a few. Agricultural commodities fall into the soft commodities category. Agricultural commodities include industrial crops and livestock, as well as food crops. These commodities are usually uniform in quality from one item to the next. Leveraged cryptocurrency trading with commodities as the underlying asset give traders the opportunity to trade the futures market with the benefits of leveraged cryptocurrencies.

Trading commodities on an exchange is complicated due to varying lot sizes, different exchanges carrying different commodities, and expiry dates.

The advantage of leveraged cryptocurrency trades is they reduce the complexity of trading. Leveraged cryptocurrency trading can provide lower trading costs, and there is no confusion which exchanges to go to for specific commodities.