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FXOpen has been pleasing traders with its Forex contests for many years, and this time it is launching the contest for beginners and those who have registered with FXOpen no earlier than January 2020. 10 best traders will share the prize fund of 1500 USD.

The “Classics without borders” contest starts on November 30, 2020 and will last until December 24, 2020. Registration is open now and will be closed on December 13, 2020.

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Terms of the contest:

  • Start deposit: 5000 USD;
  • Leverage: 1:100;
  • Trading instruments: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, USD/CHF, USD/CAD, AUD/USD, NZD/USD, EUR/GBP and stocks;
  • Account type: contest demo ECN;
  • Advisors and locking: allowed.

Terms for receiving the prize:

It is required to increase the initial deposit by at least 20%, and to make at least 10 trades with total volume of 10 lots. The winners will be the best 10 Equity traders who have met the above conditions.

How to join the contest?

New users must register in ForexCup and join the contest with data from your personal account. Existing FXOpen clients have to pass verification in MyFXOpen and join the competition with data from MyFXOpen or ForexCup. It should be noted that all contest accounts are blocked until the contest starts.

Please visit FXOpen broker official website to learn more.

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