The Asian Forex Championship 2014 is Coming up

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FXOpen announces the launch of the Asian Forex Championship, a major region-wide competition that is scheduled to be held between May 5th and June 27th, 2014. Anyone, willing to test their trading skills, is welcome to apply for participation until June 1st. The registration for the Asian Forex Championship is open at

Why is it worth joining the Asian Forex Championship?

– The prize fund totaling US$12,000. All successful traders, having demonstrated outstanding results, will be rewarded with prizes and bonuses. The first three winners will get PAMM ECN accounts, with US$3,000, US$1,800, and US$1,200, respectively.

– Free participation and a chance to get a real money bonus for profitable trading. Anyone, who made at least 20% of profit during the competition, is eligible for a bonus (note, however, that the main prizes are meant for citizens of the Asian region only*).

– Comfortable trading environment. During the 8 contest weeks, traders will be able to use EAs, lock their positions, and choose any of 51 currency pairs available within the Championship.

– The title of the Best Asian Trader. The contest leader will also be honored to be called the Champion.

FXOpen has repeatedly sponsored similar regional Championships and thus helped to find skillful traders in China, Russia, Moldova, Asia, Ukraine and other countries. By holding the Asian Forex Championship 2014, the broker hopes to continue the tradition and heighten the public interest in the Forex industry in general.

The main prizes are available to residents of 54 Asian countries only (including Russia).

Detailed information about the Championship is available at

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