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Traders can now win 100K cash with 24option!

24option offers its traders the chance to win $100,000 cash with their new month and a half long trading competition.

24option is running an exciting new trading competition and giving away a first place prize of $100,000. Starting on July 15th and running through August 31st, 24option traders will compete against each other for the highest number of total trades, with every trade over $200 counting towards winning the grand prize. 24option has also upped the ante and extended traders’ winning potential by giving away prizes to the top 15 ranked traders; from $250 for 15th place to $24,000 going to the competition’s runner up.

24option continues to offer traders an incomparable trading experience, with constant innovation to their website and trading platform. This year, 24option upgraded their trading platform with a new, cutting edge technology; the wide platform. The new upgrade gives traders a more personalized and effective trading experience, with a user friendly interface, new visual enhancements and many new features. The interface allows traders to manage a number of trades all from one graph and features a trading history section where traders can view their past 500 trades.

Trades can customize their trades with the personal trading graph and take advantage of the free trading alerts package to assist with prediction accuracy. Additionally, 24option topped of the upgrade with a new 30 seconds short term trading option, offering traders the ability to manage more trades in shorter periods of time and quicker earning outcomes.

24option is a leading, EU regulated binary options broker offering traders some of the highest returns on investments in the industry. Their goal is to give traders choices and equip them with all the information and technology needed to learn to trade successfully.

Wednesday, 16 Jul, 2014 / 10:52

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