What is Olymp Trade?

Since 2014, we have provided a safe and regulated trading environment designed with our traders' needs in mind, from our intuitive interface to our wide range of simple and effective trading tools.

Olymp Trade
in numbers

Olymp Trade is an online trading platform used by over 89 million traders in more than 130 countries.

  • 2 M

    brand followers
    on social media

  • 8

    charity events
    held in 2022

  • 17


  • 1 M

    daily transactions
    on the platform

Experience Olymp Trade

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Olymp Trade is a licensed and regulated broker by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC) with license number 40131. Olymp Trade is committed to providing the highest quality of service.

Our clients are protected by deposit insurance and have access to comprehensive support and prompt resolution of any issues concerning their financial interactions with Olymp Trade.

Learn more about the regulations

Our history

  • 2014


    Broker founded

  • 2015


    Android app released

  • 2016


    iOS app and risk-free trades launched

  • 2017


    Forex mechanics and crypto assets introduced

  • 2018


    Daily tasks launched

  • 2019


    Online trading platform launched

  • 2020


    Trader's Way leveling system, Status levels, Tournaments and Market introduced

  • 2021


    Help Center, Boost Cubes, Quickler released

  • 2022


    Battles, Referral program, Flat market protection introduced

Our аwards

Around-the-clock support

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced trader, our support specialists are ready 24/7 to answer any of your questions in your local language.


  • Yes, you can. If your price forecasts are more often correct than not, you will be making a profit.
  • Yes. Olymp Trade operates in a regulated environment and provides the risk mitigation tools necessary to make trading on our platform as safe as possible.
  • No, it's not. Olymp Trade is an online trading platform where users can earn money by opening and closing trades, utilizing their knowledge and experience with trade instruments to analyze assets' price movements.