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FXOpen Holds FX Market Masters February 2014 Contest

FXOpen is glad to announce the launch of its regular FX Market Masters contest scheduled for February 2014 at ForexCup.com. During the 4 weeks of tough competition, the participants will have a chance to demonstrate their excellent trading skills and get prizes from FXOpen for their outstanding results. FX Market Masters is one of the most popular Forex contests launched within the framework of the ForexCup project.

Surprisingly, the small entry fee raises the competition level. It turns out that only the most confident and motivated traders, driven by the desire to win, take part in this tournament to prove their superiority. The competition will be held from February 3rd through February 28th, 2014. The registration is already open and you can apply until February 17th, 2014.

The tournament’s guaranteed prize fund is US$1,500 which will be shared among the 6 best traders. It will be distributed as follows: 1st place – 67%*; 2nd place –15%*; 3rd place – 8%*; 4th place – 5%*; 5th place – 3%*; 6th place – 2%*. *- % of the total prize fund. The top winner will be awarded with a choice of a PAMM ECN or a PAMM STP account with an impressive deposit in it. Having increased the provided start-up deposit by 10 % or more, everyone else will get a bonus from the competition bonus pool totaling US$3,000.

Best regards,

FXOpen

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Source : http://www.fxopen.com/News.aspx?Id=10b024c4-c585-4601-97ee-0e5258e6e279&Culture=en

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