Bonus Conditions

A trading bonus is an added value to your deposit and it provides you with more funds to use when you are trading. Trading bonuses comes in the form of a one-time added value to your deposit. When you fund your account, the Company matches your real money deposit by a certain amount of percentage in accordance to your deposit. Bonus percentage may vary, as it depends on Company’s promotion.

There is a total maximum bonus cap equal to $20,000 a user is entitled to receive in his lifetime as a client of the company.

Bonuses are granted when you transfer funds from your eWallet to your Platform Trading Account. There is no Bonus for depositing funds into your eWallet.

The Bonus is calculated based on the amount you transfer from your eWallet to your Platform Trading Account, not on the amount you have deposited.

The Bonus will be available as Credits in your Platform Trading Account.

Any available credit from bonuses will be removed when transferring funds OUT of your Platform Trading Account and back into your eWallet.

It is not possible to withdraw Bonus credits.

If left unused, Registration Bonus credits expire after 30 days

Registration Bonus credit amounts in currencies other than USD are subject to currency fluctuations.

You may withdraw profits from registration bonus (No Deposit Bonus) credits when they reach a value of more than 300USD or equivalent. Please note that any attempt to transfer out less than 300USD profit generated from registration bonus credits into your eWallet with the intention of withdrawing that amount to your bank will not be approved. You will, however, be able to transfer the profits back into your account in order to continue with your trading.

Cent Account holders are not eligible for the No Deposit Bonus & ECN Trading Account holders are not eligible for any bonus promotions.


A trading bonus gives you great value and extra trading leverage. With all of the above being mentioned; when you trade with bonus leverage you need to be cautious. It is truly appealing, but there is a downside. You may close higher trades and make more money initially (or in the long run), but you can also lose a lot more money. Option trading can be risky and you need to trade with confidence and responsibility to avoid losses.

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