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Free Contest “Forex School” starts on February 4

On February 4, 2019 ForexCup and FXOpen launch a free educational contest on demo accounts “Forex School”, in which everyone can test their Forex trading skills. According to the results of the four-week competition, 16 winners will share the prize fund of 4000 USD. Do not miss your chance!


Register till February 17




  • Participation: free;
  • Dates: February 4 - March 1, 2019;
  • Registration: is already open and will last until  February 17th;
  • Rewards*:
    1st place - USD 5,000;
    2nd place - USD 3,000;
    3rd place - USD 2,000.
  • Prize fund: 4000 USD;
  • Initial deposit: 200 USD;
  • Requirements: the initial deposit must be increased by at least 20% and the minimum quantity of trades must be 10;
  • Trading instruments (including indexes, oil and gas): 68;
  • Account type: demo (competition) ECN;
  • EAs and locking: allowed;
  • Maximum number of trades opened at the same time (including pending orders): 5;
  • Minimum volume of one order: 0.01;
  • Leverage: 1:100;
  • Margin call: 100%;
  • Stop out: 50%.
Competition rules and restrictions:


  • One and the same participant can hit the top 20 winners and receive a prize not more than once;
  • It's prohibited to provide unreliable personal information;
  • It's prohibited for one and the same trader to participate in a competition on several accounts from one IP address, as well as to use other traders' accounts;
  • It's prohibited to copy other participants' trading strategies in a competition;
  • It's prohibited for relatives to trade in one competition using one and the same IP address.

* Attention! The prize money will be added to the winner's investment account. This money is not withdrawable and can only be used to open a PAMM STP account for participation in the next contest on real accounts. Only profit from trading can be withdrawn.




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