Cyprus-based Forex broker XM
is once again reaching out to traders who have that competitive zeal by offering them $20 for free if they wish to participate in the Contest Arena
You must have a memory about the Contest Arena, fellow traders: this is an invention of XM that brought a real revolution in the field of Forex contests. Not only the pool of contests organized by the broker comes along with a hefty prize fund of $500,000 but it also offers traders to customize the contests in which they wish to participate. One can select:
- the duration of the competition;
- whether the contest is free or comes along with an entrance fee;
- the type of trading instrument;
- to use or not a Forex robot;
- the mode of the competition: it can be a duel, a race, etc.
And as if that was not enough, the broker has made a further step towards those wishing to participate in the arena. It now offers $20 for grabs to anyone who registers on this contest platform.
If you want to make use of the offer, simply follow three simple steps:
- open a real Metatrader 4 account with XM;
- log into the Members Area;
- register a nickname for the Contest Arena;
- the $20 will be automatically transferred into your account.
In case you're an existing client of the company and already have an MT4 account, you may skip the first step and you'll be able to get the bonus. For more information, click here
You must be wondering what's the catch about the offer and some of you, fellow skeptics, must be suspecting that opening a real MT4 account is hard and requires a big deposit. There's no such thing, as opening a live account with the company is a piece of cake and you can apply for a Micro or Standard account with an initial investment of only $5. Now you see how great the offer is. Come on, enter the arena!
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