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Get Free Bitcoin on Crypto Account from FXOpen

Open a new Crypto account with FXOpen and get a welcome bonus in Bitcoin equivalent of $US10!

FXOpen introduces a no-deposit incentive – welcome bonus in Bitcoin (or a $US10 equivalent value)!

To be eligible for the company’s bonus, you need to verify your mobile phone number when registering your eWallet with FXOpen (for new clients) or to open a Crypto account (for existing clients).

Any profits made in a Crypto account can be withdrawn at any time. The promotion came into force on May 12th, 2014 so, join now and enjoy the benefits of Bitcoin trading with an FXOpen Crypto account:

· No conversion costs when depositing, trading and withdrawing the profit made;
· Minimal commission (only 0.001 BTC for withdrawals);
· Minimum transaction size of 0.01 lot.

FXOpen is also holding another promotional campaign – “No-Deposit Welcome Bonus on STP.” If you register two trading accounts with FXOpen at a time, you will get two welcome bonuses on Crypto and STP accounts $US10 each!

To open a BTC-based MT4 trading account, go to MyFXOpen > Add new account > Crypto.

For more details on FXOpen bonuses, please visit the Promotion section of the company’s website or contact FXOpen Customer Service.

FXOpen is the first Forex broker to offer clients MT4 accounts denominated in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Coupled with direct BTC deposits, FXOpen Crypto accounts are unique in the FX industry and allow clients to transact in a most convenient trading environment with minimal costs and a good potential for profits.


Best regards,
FXOpen NZ Limited
Customer Service
E-mail: sales@fxopen.com
FXOpen Live Chat (24/5)

Tuesday, 13 May, 2014 / 12:55

Source : http://www.fxopen.com/News.aspx?Id=8d12a6d7-c216-431c-8a06-93aa689a1bc8

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