FOREXSTARS: Best Forex project of the year opens new opportunities of innovative B2B partnership

July 14, 2014

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, July 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — In September 2013 the whole Forex community got to know about the launch of new version of project of unique Forex contests for any trader, which is called FOREXSTARS.

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Today FOREXSTARS is nominated for Best Forex Project award, which speaks for its rapid development and relevance among both brokerage companies, and traders all over the world. Every day traders of more than 30 brokers compete with each other and win real money. Every month more than $30 000 are competed for by novice traders and professionals.

Contemporary IT solutions helped the developers of the project to create a product which has no countertypes in the sphere of financial markets.

Alexey Kutsenko, executive director of ForexStars project:

“Unique character of the project consists in that all ForexStars clients participate in contests trading at their brokers’ MetaTrader accounts. Not only real but demo accounts as well may participate in the contest for real prizes. There are no companies today that can offer such set of services. We offer all brokers unique type of cooperation which will let the companies to offer new type of service to their clients, and the brokers can get daily reward for their clients’ participation”.

The principle of participation is very easy

· The Client registers at ForexStars

· In the personal area the Client chooses his broker from the list

· This trading account becomes available for participation in the contest

Many brokerage companies have already held tournament for their clients at ForexStars and highly evaluated this product.

Denis Kulagin, head of MFX Broker marketing department:

«Together with ForexStars we held Lady MFX branded tournament with $5000 prize fund, which became unique for our company. The idea of such exclusive tournament seemed interesting and creative. MFX Broker’s traders from Indonesia, Russia, Uzbekistan, China, Bangladesh, and Japan participated in the tournament. Our clients were very pleased; it means that we were pleased as well».

JustForex, MFX Broker, IamFX, and many other companies have already become the partners of the project. Traders of these companies actively participate in free and regular tournaments, and brokers get remuneration for participation of their clients.

Elena Rusnak, manager of branded tournaments:

“Having become the partner of the project, broker can add our IP to its Meta Trader trading platform “white list”. Broker’s name is automatically depicted in the participant’s ForexStars personal area. Seeing his/her broker name, the client chooses his trading account when connecting. Trades are realized at demo or real accounts of broker’s MetaTrader accounts. In this case we only process trades of trader, who takes part in the tournament. But safety of the broker’s base is not affected in this case”.

ForexStars is the only project which pays brokers for their clients.

Today the project is ready to open dialogue with both brokers and IBs. Special partners programs let monetize cooperation process and satisfy the interests of everybody, who is ready to become the partner of ForexStars.

Managers of the project are ready to provide all necessary advice in connection and realization of this service, and to perform remuneration calculation.

Support the leader in the sphere of innovations – leave your vote for ForexStars!

More detailed information about the project:

· ForexStars project

· Tournament table

· Partners programs

· How does it work

· Video presentation

· Contact us

Aleksey Kutsenko,

Top manager of independent Forex contest project ForexStars



+7 931 371 60 48

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Media Contact: Elena Rusnak, ForexStars.com (WFT ltd), +7 931 371 60 48, marketing@forexstars.com

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