FXOpen Invites to Join Chinese Forex Championship

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FXOpen is happy to invite everyone to join a new battle for prizes and bonuses. Chinese Forex Championship has just been launched and now you can fight for the title of China’s Best Forex Trader!

ForexCup, together with FXOpen, makes a great Christmas and New Year gift for traders. We are opening registration for the Chinese Forex Championship!

We decided to launch a 2-month Forex Trading Championship for traders from China! It was a natural choice after we saw their amazing performance and profits, professionalism and remarkable determination to win in our recent ForexCup competitions and especially in the Russian Forex Championship, where, believe it or not, a Chinese trader came a clear first, leaving his Russian rivals far behind the prize-winning places!

During the Championship we will try to find China’s Best Forex Trader and give away PAMM ECN accounts with $ 3000, $ 1800 or $1 200 for the three prize-winning places, as well as bonuses worth of $4000.

What can you expect from the Chinese Forex Championship?

8 weeks of trading and extended registration dates – join the contest whenever you decide to;
Free participation, which is always a nice thing for any contest;
Bonuses worth of $US 4000 – increase your virtual start-up balance by at least 20% and get 1% of your profits transferred to your live trading account;
Traders from anywhere in the world can join the Championship and are eligible for profit-based bonuses.
49 currency pairs, EAs and locking/hedging are allowed – all the best features of ForexCup contests – use every opportunity to show what you can achieve!

Registration – December 23, 2013 – February 2, 2014;
Championship dates January 6, 2014 – February 28, 2014.

Please, note, that participation in the Chinese Forex Championship is free and available for everyone. But only traders from China can lay claim to the main prizes.

You can register now!

Good luck!

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