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Logging in to eToro will require the user two essential details:
These credentials need to be entered on any eToro login page or screen when accessing their web-based platform via their official website or via any of their available apps.
Logging in is also possible via these external services if these accounts have been with the eToro account:
The availability of some sign-in options will depend on the platform that is used. Below is a table that lists the supported login methods for reference:
|Login Method||Via Web Browser||Via Android App||Via iOS App<|
|Username and password||✔||✔||✔|
eToro's login page can be accessed on any web browser that is connected to the internet.
To access the login page, open a web browser and on the address bar, enter this URL: www.etoro.com/login
This will open the eToro login page where the account can be accessed via the following methods:
If you're already interested to open an eToro account, you can easily do so by clicking the button below. This will redirect you to eToro's online registration page.
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Logging in with a username and password is the most common way of signing in to eToro.
To do this, users need to follow these very basic steps:
Users with an Apple ID can use their account to log in to eToro.
A user who sets up to log in using his Apple ID is also giving Apple the details about its interactions with the device or computer where it was logged in. Such details are only used for the purpose of fraud prevention.
Here are the steps to login to via Apple:
A user may login to eToro via the Facebook account that has been linked to the registered email.
To log in via this method:
If a Google account has been associated or linked to an eToro account then the user will be able to log in via this method.
To do this:
Via this method the user is allowing Google to share with eToro his name, email address, language preference and profile picture.
To begin with…
The eToro WebTrader platform has already been integrated with the eToro OpenBook platform back in October 2015 to create a single interface, which is the new eToro.
For some traders or users, they still call it "WebTrader" because this single platform is accessible via web browsers.
For those who are searching for information on how to login via eToro WebTrader or eToro WebTrader 2.0, please be advised that this is basically logging in to the web-based platform.
To login via WebTrader or the web-based platform, follow these basic steps:
Regardless if a user is from the United Kingdom or any other country; anyone can go to the standard eToro login page access his or her account without any restrictions.
eToro DOESN'T require their clients from the UK to access a separate login page in order to access their account.
To make it short: Any official eToro login page will allow British clients to sign-in to their account.
For eToro partners or affiliates, the login credentials are different from the standard eToro trading account unless both accounts have been registered to the same email address.
Nevertheless, the eToro partners affiliate login is different from the eToro login for trading accounts.
To access the eToro partners login, these are steps:
Logging in to eToro’s demo account is basically the same as logging in to the real account because both accounts are registered to the same email address or username.
Bottom line? There is no dedicated eToro demo account login page or screen.
To access the eToro login and practice account, these are the basic steps:
Remember this: Accessing eToro’s cashier or deposit/withdrawal pages will require a user to login to his eToro account. Keep in mind that there is no direct eToro cashier login.
In fact, there is no eToro cashier login page. There is a dedicated page for making a deposit and a separate page for making withdrawals.
This means that users simply need to log in to their eToro trading account in order to access the deposit or withdrawal pages.
As of this writing, eToro does not have any new login page or ways of signing in. The existing login methods remain the same and have not changed.
For those who are searching for information on having a new eToro login, this requires opening a new account.
After successfully opening the new eToro account, the client will then have a username (or use the email that was registered) and a password which is going to be their new login credentials.
If a user cannot sign in to eToro, the first thing to check is if the provided username or email address and password is correct.
Wrong login credentials are usually the most common reasons why users cannot sign in to eToro.
For users who are still encountering login problems because the password is incorrect or they already forgot the correct one, then the only option is to reset it by clicking on "Forgot password".
Those who are unable to reset their password or eToro still will not let them sign in will need to contact the eToro customer support team for further assistance.
Here are other steps that users can try to do in attempting to resolve their eToro login problems:
If you still don't have any account with eToro then you can click here to register for one so you will be able to login to their platform and start trading. Alternatively, you can also register via the form below if you want the quick way to sign-up.
eToro is a multi-asset platform which offers both investing in stocks and cryptoassets, as well as trading CFDs.
Please note that CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 67% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
Past performance is not an indication of future results.
Cryptoassets are volatile instruments which can fluctuate widely in a very short timeframe and therefore are not appropriate for all investors. Other than via CFDs, trading cryptoassets is unregulated and therefore is not supervised by any EU regulatory framework.
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