What is XPO

Your next-generation
asset manager

You don’t need to have any previous trading experience to get going. Choose our ready-made strategy that meets your timing and investment goals while minimizing risks with Loss Protection option. The interface is remarkably user friendly.

Founded in 2016 and with offices in Russia, XPO endeavours to deliver innovative solutions to the investment management community at large. These range from spot to derivative trading solutions through index services and technology products. XPO expertise and technological prowess enable us to bring disruptive best-in-class solutions to the financial market.

Why to become a xenoportfolian

Singular focus on Asset Management

We have no alternative business interests. This means that we are single-mindedly committed to do well for our investors and for ourselves.

Our Index Fund Performance

XPO provides a way to track the performance of the forex, CFD & crypto markets as a whole by holding a single index asset. Index funds have consistently beaten the average managed fund since their inception.

Ease & Simplicity

There are literally thousands of trading script for investors to choose from. Choice paralysis: choice adds cost, complexity and the need for advice. XPO eliminates this complexity for all kind of investors.

Power of Ideas

We believe in the power of ideas over a top-down investing approach or philosophy. We seek out and embrace diverse thinking and ideas to create the best outcomes for our clients and their differing needs.

Managing with Trust

This is why we’re trusted to manage $1.3 trillion of assets*, giving our clients the confidence of working with a partner with size, scale and stability, who takes the utmost pride in their duty of care.


Why to Become a XENO Folian

Power of XPO Crypto Index Strategists

Discover the best performing Crypto Strategies from all XPO Strategists.

Alpha Union


Cloud Trader




Super Crypto


Power of XPO Forex and CFD Strategists

Discover the best performing Forex and CFD Strategies from all XPO Strategists.

Dimond FX Index


Moscow Mule


BYK Capital


Halloween Trade



Trending Index

Index Name Index Manager Top Assets Weekly
Crypto Notebook
Anisa Zotova
3.9% 11.12% $ 8685443.21
Profit Magnet
Alevtina Pavlova
3.69% 14.4% $ 9481839.76
Metropolis FX
Larisa Sokolov
4.14% 11.84% $ 7469698.03
Future Chain Index
Anna Zotova
2.97% 12.75% $ 24237066.76
Backyard Trade
Guzel Seleznyov
2.72% 9.27% $ 4812452.13
Profit Folio
Moses Bykova
4.09% 12.24% $ 8751612.16
Index Unicorn
Plato Mordvinova
3.99% 14.81% $ 10723045.65
Dinaro Club
Proclus Sergeyeva
3.59% 11.5% $ 6564183.41
Hunting Machine
Nikita Maslov
3.21% 13.62% $ 10465686.02
Deriva Forex Index
Vladlen Maslov
3.88% 11.93% $ 13719836.36

Expert View

Posts from Index Managers

Future Chain Index
Anna Zotova


Read More


Bitcoin price rose marginally from recent losses on Tuesday, although sentiment remained on edge over a potential spike in token supply, while Ether rose sharply amid speculation that a spot exchange-traded fund was close.

The world’s largest cryptocurrency was nursing steep losses over the past two weeks, having hit an over four-month low last week amid concerns over token distributions by defunct crypto exchange Mt Gox. But losses in the token appeared to have paused, at least for now.

Bitcoin rose 3.2% in the past 24 hours to $57,280.7 by 01:06 ET (05:06 GMT). World no.2 token Ether outpaced Bitcoin, rising 5.4% to $3,070.71. 

Bitcoin nurses steep losses on Mt Gox fears 

Bitcoin slid as low as $53,000 last week after the trustees of Mt Gox said they had begun distributing tokens stolen during a 2014 hack, although they did not specify what the overall value of the distribution would be.

But the news saw traders further dump Bitcoin on concerns that receivers of the token will also be inclined to sell, given Bitcoin’s massive price jump over the past 10 years.

Several major Bitcoin “whale” wallets were seen dumping the token, while sales of Bitcoin confiscated by the German government from a piracy website also added to the selling pressure. 

Still, Bitcoin now appeared to have stabilized, as recent data showing strong capital inflows into crypto investment products helped improve sentiment.

Crypto assets see weekly inflows on bargain hunting

Data from digital assets manager Coinshares showed on Monday that crypto investment products saw inflows totalling $441 million in the week to July 8, attributing the trend to bargain hunting as concerns of a token dump battered crypto prices.

Crypto price today: altcoins rise, Ether ETF speculation builds 

Broader crypto prices tracked Bitcoin and Ether’s rebound, although Ether remained the best performer in the lot.

The Securities and Exchange Commission is widely expected to approve form S-1 filings from several major issuers for the listing of spot ETFs later in July, with the reduction of a price discount on Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) to Binance reflecting some improved confidence in the token. 

But Ether, like the broader crypto industry, was grappling with decreased retail interest this year. Sluggish trading volumes in spot Bitcoin ETFs also reflected this trend.

Still, altcoin prices rose on Tuesday, recovering mildly from recent losses. XRP and Cardano added 3.1% and 6.5%, respectively, while Solana rose 5.8% as exchange operator CBOE filed for approval to list spot Solana ETFs.


Gold Horn Venture
Arseny Glazkov


Read More


Investing.com-- Gold prices fell below key levels in Asian trade on Thursday, as traders remained biased towards the dollar and wary of metals before key inflation data that is likely to factor into interest rates.

Among industrial metals, copper prices were nursing losses this week amid worsening sentiment towards top importer China. 

Spot gold fell slightly to $2,298.86 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in August fell 0.2% to $2,309.35 an ounce by 23:55 ET (03:55 GMT). 

Strong dollar pressures gold, PCE data awaited 

Metal prices remained under pressure as the dollar rose to a near two-month high this week.

Flows into the dollar were driven chiefly by anticipation of PCE price index data, which is due on Friday. The reading is the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge, and is widely expected to factor into the central bank’s stance on interest rates. 

The PCE data is expected to show inflation cooled mildly in May, but remained above the Fed’s 2% annual target. 

Sticky inflation gives the Fed more headroom to keep interest rates high for longer- a scenario that bodes poorly for gold and precious metals. Hawkish comments from Fed officials also furthered expectations of high interest rates in recent sessions.

Higher rates push up the opportunity cost of investing in non-yielding assets such as gold, and see traders turn more biased towards the dollar and U.S. debt.

Other precious metals fell on Thursday, tracking this notion. Platinum futures fell 0.4% to $1,025.10 an ounce, while silver futures fell 0.5% to $29.117 an ounce. 

Copper weak as China data underwhelms 

Benchmark copper futures on the London Metal Exchange rose 0.4% to $9,573.0 a tonne, while one-month copper futures fell 0.1% to $3.3665 a pound.

Both contracts were nursing steep losses this week amid souring sentiment towards top importer China, which is involved in a trade dispute with the European Union over tariffs on Chinese electric vehicle imports.

Data on Thursday showed growth in China’s industrial profits stalled in May, also sparking concerns over slowing economic growth in the world’s biggest copper importer. 

Dinaro Club
Proclus Sergeyeva


Read More


The U.S. dollar drifted higher Tuesday, with the safe haven benefiting from weakness on Wall Street, although gains are limited ahead of the release of key inflation data later in the week.

At 04:20 ET (08:20 GMT), the Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies, traded 0.1% higher at 105.160, after touching a high of 105.91 last week.

Safe haven dollar sees demand

The draining confidence in the tech sector on Wall Street has helped the U.S. currency push higher Tuesday, but gains are minimal as traders await Friday’s PCE price index data. 

Fed officials have called for more data showing a slowing of inflation before agreeing to cut interest rates, and the U.S. central bank’s preferred inflation gauge is likely to factor into the outlook for interest rates.

Politics were also at the forefront of investors' minds, with the first U.S. presidential debate between President Joe Biden and his predecessor Donald Trump set for Thursday.

“The dollar remains sidelined ahead of two key event risks later this week,” said analysts at ING, in a note. “Thursday night sees the first presidential debate between President Biden and Donald Trump on CNN. It may be too early to expect this, but we will want to see whether the dollar responds to who 'wins' the debate. A positive outcome for Trump could see the dollar edge higher.” 

But the bigger market mover this week will be Friday's core PCE inflation read.

“Should it meet expectations of a 0.1% month-on-month reading, we suspect the short-end of the US curve can come lower and take the dollar with it.”

Politics weighs on euro

EUR/USD fell 0.1% to 1.0728, with politics also playing its part in euro weakness.

The French elections are due to kick off this weekend, and the political turmoil in France in the wake of President Emmanuel Macron's shock snap election call earlier this month has resulted in likely monthly loss of roughly 1% for the single currency.

France's National Rally have said the party will respect the nation's budget rules, which has helped to limite losses, but the plan to cut 7 billion in taxes still seems to exist – partially funded by slashing France's contribution to the EU budget. 

“Our eurozone macro team sees continued stress here and we would therefore warn against chasing EUR/USD back to and over 1.08, since there are still many possibly bearish chapters to play out here,” ING added.

GBP/USD rose 0.1% to 1.2696, with sterling holding steady as the Bank of England’s policy makers are set to keep their views to themselves until after the July 4 general election.

“But thereafter, we would be looking for the more dovish members of the seven who voted for unchanged rates last week to make their voices heard,” ING said.

Yuan falls to seven-month low versus dollar

In Asia, USD/JPY traded 0.1% lower to 159.47, with Japanese officials keeping up their warnings that they would intervene in the event of “excessive” volatility in the yen.

The minutes of the BOJ’s June meeting also offered some support to the yen, as some officials were seen raising the possibility of an interest rate hike in July. 

Halloween Trade
Nikita Pirogov


Read More


Gold prices fell in Asian trade on Tuesday, sticking to a tight trading range in the low $2,300s as recent strength in the dollar and anticipation of key inflation data kept traders averse to the yellow metal.

Metal markets took limited relief from an overnight drop in the dollar, as the greenback still remained in favor amid uncertainty over U.S. interest rates.

Spot gold fell 0.4% to $2,325.56 an ounce, while gold futures fell 0.3% to $2,337.35 an ounce by 00:10 ET (04:10 GMT). 

Gold stuck around $2,300 with inflation data on tap

The yellow metal fell into a trading range around the low $2,300 an ounce level over the past week, as traders grew uncertain over the prospect of U.S. interest rate cuts this year.

While inflation data for May was somewhat encouraging, it still showed price pressures remaining relatively heady. Unexpectedly strong purchasing managers index prints for June also sparked concerns that strength in the U.S. economy will keep rates high for longer.

Focus this week is squarely on PCE price index data, which is the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge. The reading is due on Friday and is widely expected to show inflation cooling slightly but remaining well above the central bank’s 2% annual target. 

High rates bode poorly for metal markets, given that they increase the opportunity cost of investing in non-yielding assets. 

Other precious metals were mixed on Tuesday, but were also within recently established trading ranges. Platinum futures rose 0.4% to $1,016.55 an ounce, while silver futures fell 0.1% to $29.817 an ounce.

Copper prices rise, but China jitters keep sentiment fragile 

Among industrial metals, copper prices advanced on Tuesday, recovering marginally from recent losses.

But sentiment towards the red metal was stymied by concerns over its top importer, China. Beijing was seen raising the prospect of a trade war with the European Union and the U.S., in the face of steep import duties on Chinese electric vehicles. 

Benchmark copper futures on the London Metal Exchange rose 0.4% to $9,703.50 a tonne, while one-month copper futures rose 0.5% to $4.4413 a pound.

Both contracts were nursing steep declines in recent weeks, as sentiment towards China soured and as doubts emerged over the prospect of a global economic recovery this year.

Pauline Tychonoff


Read More


Newport Beach, California, United States, June 24th, 2024, Chainwire

BioMatrix.ai, a pioneering force in the world of wealth distribution, is proud to announce the launch of Proof of You (PoY) AI Tokens the world's first free-for-life AI tokens. This groundbreaking initiative seeks to democratize access to digital assets, striving to make Universal Basic Income (UBI) a tangible reality for everyone, regardless of economic status.

BioMatrix.ai’s mission is to eliminate barriers to entry in the digital asset space. Unlike traditional digital assets that require initial investments, PoY AI Tokens will be distributed free-of-charge. This bold move is designed to empower individuals in underserved communities, giving them access to the future benefits of digital assets and fostering economic growth.

PoY AI Tokens leverage AI and blockchain technologies to seamlessly generate AI tokens personalized to each user. Users in select countries will be able to access the free PoY AI Tokens, with the expectation that these tokens will soon be open for public trading. All users will be able to engage the platform’s additional offerings which include games, videos and future digital assets such as coupons.

In addition to the free initial distribution of PoY AI Tokens, BioMatrix.ai is introducing a unique benefit for its first 1 million users: PoY AI Tokens for Life. These users will receive 12 free PoY AI Tokens every month for the next 60 years. This long-term commitment to our users underscores our dedication to financial inclusion and the long-lasting impact of digital assets. The Company is currently promoting the app's global mass adoption for both online and offline communities through multiple upcoming events.

Key Features and Benefits


  • Free Distribution: PoY AI Tokens are distributed at no cost, making them accessible to anyone with an internet connection via our mobile and desktop interface.
  • Monthly PoY AI Tokens: Users will receive 12 free Proof of You (PoY AI Tokens) tokens every month for 60 years, enabling a digital Universal Basic Income.
  • Global Reach: Biomatrix.ai is committed to reaching users in every corner of the globe, promoting financial inclusion and equality to all.
"At BioMatrix.ai, we believe everyone should have the chance to engage in the digital economy," said Arthur Qin, Founder of BioMatrix.ai. "By providing free Proof of You (PoY) AI Tokens for life, we are dismantling financial barriers and unlocking new opportunities for millions. Our AI-driven platform guarantees accessibility, security, and efficiency. We are thrilled to spearhead the movement toward a more inclusive financial future."

About BioMatrix.ai:

Founded by Silicon Valley experts, BioMatrix.ai is dedicated to reshaping financial inclusion via Proof of You (PoY) AI Tokens and Universal Basic Income (UBI), using biometric scans for secure, feeless digital asset transactions. The Company aims to bridge financial gaps and revolutionize wealth distribution globally. Our technology stands at the intersection of Web2 and Web3, broadening the utility of digital assets.

Cloud Trader
Akulina Seleznyov


Read More


Bitcoin price fell on Tuesday, extending recent declines as a mix of regulatory fears, particularly over U.S. action and German government sales, coupled with broader risk aversion, kept crypto prices under pressure. 

The world’s largest cryptocurrency fell 2.4% in the past 24 hours to $61,332.0 by 01:22 ET (05:22 GMT). It had fallen as far as $59,215 in overnight trade.

Selling in crypto currencies was driven by a storm of different regulatory factors, which, coupled with angst over U.S. interest rates, drove broader prices lower. Crypto investment products were also seen logging two straight weeks of heavy capital outflows. 

Bitcoin price pressured by German sale fears, inflation angst 

Bitcoin was nursing steep losses through the past week amid reports that the German government was selling Bitcoin confiscated from a piracy website. Reports said the German police had sold about 3,000 tokens of the 50,000 initially confiscated. 

Reports of the German sales were accompanied by other reports that the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission was investigating market maker Jump Trading over its crypto trading activities. Jump President Kanav Kariya also said he was leaving the firm. 

The reports added to a broader risk-off sentiment in crypto markets, as traders pivoted into the dollar ahead of key U.S. inflation data due this Friday. PCE price index data, which is the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge, is widely expected to offer more cues on interest rates this week. 

Rising fears of high rates had battered crypto markets through the past week, and showed little signs of clearing. Strength in the dollar also diminished crypto’s appeal.

Crypto investment products see sustained outflows 

Data from digital asset manager CoinShares showed on Monday that crypto investment products saw outflows totaling about $584 million, with a bulk of these being directed towards U.S. Bitcoin exchange-traded funds. 

Bitcoin products saw outflows of $630 million, while altcoin products saw mild inflows as investors saw recent price slumps as a buying opportunity. 

Crypto price today: Altcoins rise but nurse losses 

Broader crypto prices rose on Tuesday, with major altcoins rebounding from steep losses seen over the past week. 

World no.2 token Ether rose 0.2% to $3,377.80, after relinquishing a bulk of its gains made on hype over a spot Ether ETF.

ADA, SOL and XRP rose between 0.3% and 10%, with Solana leading gains among its peers, albeit in slim trading volumes. 

Among meme tokens, SHIB and DOGE added about 2% each.

My Growth Index
Melania Nevzorov


Read More


Investing.com - The U.S. dollar edged higher in European trade Friday, but was on track for a hefty weekly fall after cooling inflation and weak retail sales brought Federal Reserve rate cuts back into focus. 

At 04:10 ET (08:10 GMT), the Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies, traded 0.2% higher at 104.580, marginally above a five-week low just below 104 seen earlier this week.

Dollar steadies after hawkish Fed speak

The dollar has recovered to a degree as several Fed officials, specifically members of the bank’s rate-setting committee, said that they needed much more confidence that inflation was coming down, beyond some easing inflation in April.

"I now believe that it will take longer to reach our 2% goal than I previously thought," St. Louis Federal Reserve president Loretta Mester said on Thursday, adding that further monitoring of incoming data will be needed. 

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams agreed with this view. 

"I don't see any indicators now telling me ... there's a reason to change the stance of monetary policy now, and I don't expect that, I don't expect to get that greater confidence that we need to see on inflation progress towards a 2% goal in the very near term," Williams said.

However, the dollar is still on course for a weekly loss of around 0.7% after the milder than expected U.S. inflation data raised expectations the Federal Reserve will deliver two interest rate cuts this year, probably starting in September.

U.S. retail sales were also flat in April and softer-than-expected, and manufacturing output unexpectedly fell.

“Our view for the near term remains that we could see a further stabilisation in USD crosses as markets await the next key data input: April core PCE on 31 May,” said analysts at ING, in a note.

Euro slips ahead of CPI release

In Europe, EUR/USD traded 0.1% lower to 1.0860, having traded as high as 1.0895 in the wake of U.S. inflation release, but the single currency is still up around 0.9% on the dollar this week.

The final reading of the eurozone CPI is due later in the session, and is expected to show inflation rose by 2.4% on an annual basis in April.

The ECB is widely expected to cut interest rates in June, but traders remain unsure of how many more cuts, if any, the central bank will agree to over the course of the rest of the year.

Traders have priced in 70 basis points of ECB cuts this year - a lot more than the just under 50 bps of easing priced in for the Fed.

GBP/USD fell 0.1% to 1.2658, but is still on track for gains of around 1% this week.

The Bank of England is also expected to cut rates from a 16-year high this summer, but volatility is likely to be limited ahead of the release of key U.K. inflation figures next week.

Yen slips after weak Japanese GDP data

In Asia, USD/JPY rose 0.3% to 155.87, close to breaking above 156, after weaker-than-expected Japanese gross domestic product data for the first quarter. 

Halloween Trade
Nikita Pirogov


Read More


SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil futures edged up on Monday after Saudi Arabia hiked June crude prices for most regions and as the prospect of a Gaza ceasefire deal appeared slim, renewing fears the Israel-Hamas conflict could still widen in the key oil producing region.

Brent crude futures climbed 28 cents, or 0.3%, to $83.24 a barrel at 0119 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were at $78.40 a barrel, up 29 cents, or 0.4%.

Saudi Arabia raised the official selling prices (OSPs) for its crude sold to Asia, Northwest Europe and the Mediterranean in June, signalling expectations of strong demand this summer.

"After falling a little more than 7.3% last week due to easing geopolitical tensions, ICE Brent has started the new trading week on a stronger footing, opening higher," ING's head of commodities research Warren Patterson said in a note.

This comes after Saudi Arabia raised June OSPs for most regions amid a tightening of supplies this quarter, he added.

Last week, both futures contracts posted their steepest weekly loss in three months with Brent falling more than 7% and WTI down 6.8%, as investors weighed weak U.S. jobs data and the possible timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate cut.

The geopolitical risk premium in oil prices has also eased as talks for a Gaza ceasefire are underway.

However, prospects for a deal appeared slim on Sunday as Hamas reiterated its demand for an end to the war in exchange for the freeing of hostages, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flatly ruled that out.

Dinaro Club
Proclus Sergeyeva


Read More


TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil prices eased in early trade on Thursday as concerns about a potential slowdown in the U.S. economy amid prospects for delayed interest rate cuts outweighed worries over the risk of expanding conflict in the Middle East.

Brent crude futures dipped 9 cents, or 0.1%, to $86.95 a barrel at 0024 GMT, and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures slipped 7 cents, or 0.1%, to $82.74 a barrel. Both benchmarks lost less than 1% on Wednesday.

"Tensions between Iran and Israel have eased, but Israeli attacks on Gaza are expected to worsen, and the risk of conflicts spreading to neighbouring countries is underpinning oil prices," said Toshitaka Tazawa, an analyst at Fujitomi Securities Co Ltd.

"On the other hand, a delayed U.S. interest rate cut has been a source of concern for the U.S. economy and the demand for crude oil, which weighs on oil market," he said.

Israeli warplanes pounded the northern Gaza strip for a second day on Wednesday in a fierce assault that has shattered weeks of comparative calm. Israel also said it was moving forward with plans for an all-out assault on Rafah in the south.

Meanwhile, U.S. business activity cooled in April to a four-month low, with S&P Global saying on Tuesday its flash Composite PMI Output Index, which tracks the manufacturing and services sectors, fell to 50.9 this month from 52.1 in March.

The U.S. Federal Reserve has been spooked by a string of stronger-than-expected inflation and employment readings, which suggest the fight to bring inflation back down to the central bank's 2% target rate has stalled or reversed.

U.S. gross domestic product and March personal consumption expenditure data later this week will be crucial for the dollar and any attempt to gauge the path of U.S. rates.

Energy Information Administration (EIA) data on Wednesday indicated {{8849|U.S. crcrude oil inventories unexpectedly fell last week as exports jumped, while gasoline stockpiles decreased less than forecast. [EIA/S]

Crude stocks slumped by 6.4 million barrels to 453.6 million barrels in the week ended on April 19, the EIA said, compared with expectations in a Reuters poll for an 825,000-barrel rise.

"The data provided a temporary boost to oil prices, but it didn't seem to last long," Fujitomi's Tazawa said.


Our Blog

XPO will be based on extensive market research of Cryptocurrencies, its compatibility with third-party services wallets, exchanges etc, and performance over the years.

Ethereum 2.0 Upgrade

This blog post will discuss the upcoming Ethereum 2.0 upgrade, which is set to take place in 2021. We will cover all of the critical aspects of the upgrade, including what it is, why it's happening, and what benefits . . .

Read More
Saving vs Investing Explained with Examples

You are saving money by investing sounds like a simple concept. But it would help if you were careful how you apply it. Investing in a mutual fund differs . . .

Read More
A Brief Overview of the Blockchain Economy

he Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit is an annual event that focuses on blockchain technology and its applications. The summit is attended . . .

Read More
View All Blogs
Our Team

The Leadership Team

The XPO Team combines a passion for esports, industry experise & proven record in finance, development, marketing & licensing.

Director MLRO
Head Product Development
Data Analyst
Head Market Research
Business Development

Our Index Managers

Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager
Index Manager

Get In Touch

Any question? Reach out to us and we’ll get back to you shortly.