Here Comes the 2nd Lucky FXOpen Coin Holder!


We are happy to name the 2nd holder of the commemorative FXOpen Coin! Another silver coin of 1.00 troy oz decorated with the company’s logo was raffled off on Tuesday. It is already being shipped to the lucky winner – Kamil from Russia; trading account number 7XXXXX77.

We have 48 more coins to give away! Wish to get one? Enter the Prize  Draw!

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