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FXOpen Resumes Forex Article Contest with Focus on Cryptocurrency

April 21, 2014

FXOpen is happy to announce the resumption of the Forex Article Contest on April 24th, 2014. The organizers have amended the concept as well as the competition terms. The contest is now expected to be particularly appealing to cryptocurrency traders.  

Considering the latest market developments and the ever-growing interest of the Forex community in cryptocurrency trading, the contest organizers want to create a special environment for exchanging knowledge and experience in transacting in Bitcoins, Litecoins and other virtual currencies. This sharing of relevant trading articles will help make the competition become a knowledge base on cryptocurrency specifics, benefiting all traders and enriching their trading experience.   

You are encouraged to join the Forex Article Contest by sending your entries on digital currency trading between April 24thand June 8th. In the article, you can share your personal achievements in this field and cover various aspects of e-trading under different scenarios. Our expert judges will select the top 7 articles whose authors are going to share the prize fund totaling US$1,300.

Like before, there is also the People's Choice Award of US$100 to be given to the author of the most popular article in the social networks. The social network users will help determine the winner in this category.

Please note that the contest organizers reserve the right to amend the contest rules and reject certain entries if they violate the contest regulations or if cheating is detected.

For more details on the contest, please visit the FXOpen Forum.

Best regards,
FXOpen NZ Limited

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