Stay home and win great prizes!

Do you want to improve your trading skills and win amazing prizes? It is the perfect time to take part in the new Stay home campaign from InstaForex.

We offer you an invaluable trading experience without investment. Register a demo account on the contest page with an initial deposit of 50,000 USD and open new trades on a daily basis. The rules of the contest will make you analyze each step since it is forbidden to use pending orders or EA.These conditions are exactly what you need to practice trading and refine your skills.

And now let’s get to the cream of the crop! We are arranging this together with the legendary Borussia Dortmund. The awardees of the contest will not only receive valuable rewards and cash bonuses but will also get a grand prize! The winner of the contest will get a chance to see a football match of Borussia Dortmund, the most titled German club and InstaForex partner. The second-place winner will get 1000 USD. A contestant who finishes third will be awarded with 750 USD. The participants who take fourth and fifth place will get 500 and 250 USD!

And one more thing…

See the conditions of the contest to find out how to win an additional VIP ticket to Borussia game!

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