The 7th Lucky Coin Goes to Italy

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FXOpen prize draw goes on. On Tuesday, Guglielmino from Italy with ECN Account 862661 won the limited edition FXOpen Coin. We would like to congratulate Guglielmino. The commemorative silver coin of 1.00 troy oz will be delivered to the winner shortly.

FXOpen holds the draw for the Lucky Coins from February 23rd through May 3rd. We gave away seven of fifty Coins. If you want to get one of the remaining souvenirs, please, check out the prize draw conditions.

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