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Current trading competition:
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1/4/2014
00:01:00
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30/4/2014
23:59:00

Highest number of successful 60 second trades
   NameCountryTotalPrize
1. Sivakumar M2723$24,000.00
2. samuel  r2658$10,000.00
3. Tejas s1048$5,000.00
4. Juan Q823$2,500.00
5. shane k789$1,000.00

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At 24option, you can compete against other binary options traders to win cash and prizes.
Terms & Conditions
  • Any customer who holds a real trading account with 24options will automatically be entered into the trading competition each week so long as the customer has deposited a total of $1000 or more over the lifetime of their account by the end of the competition.
  • Prizes will be awarded as cash or bonuses in customer's account. No trading requirements apply for cash prizes.
  • In case there are traders with the same result at the end of the competition, the higher place will be given to the trader who achieves the result first.
  • The leaderboard will generally be updated on an hourly basis, however from time to time, this period may be extended.
  • Any prizes will be added into customer's trading account and can be withdrawn subject to standard withdrawal requirements.
  • The minimum trade size changes per competition. Please read the competition FAQs to find out more info.

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