Abstract：The Demo Forex Trading World Cup 2023 wrapped up on March 31st, 2023. (Singapore Time, GMT +08:00). Today, April 17th, we are going to announce the winners’ names as scheduled. Follow the article below, and let's see who the winners of this remarkable trading contest are.
About Demo Trading Worldcup 2023
In order to promote the development of the industry and reduce the threshold of transactions, WikiGlobal, adhering to the concept of “making transactions easier”, launched a new generation of demo trading software in 2023. The WikiGlobal demo trading competition is a top demo competition for global trading users. The contest is adhering to the concept of “finding excellent traders and spreading high-quality trading strategies” and insisting on the principles of openness, fairness, and justice, aiming to provide a stage for participants to show their trading ability and discover more outstanding traders.
The winners list (1-100) is now available to the public. Take a look at the winners of the contest (see below).
These participants could not have won this award without their own talent and deep understanding of forex trading. We congratulate the winners.
WikiGlobal reserves the right to interpret the winners list of this competition.
Why April 17th？
Some of you may have a question: Since the World Cup ended on March 31st, 2023, why dont you release the name list of contest rankings right after the end of the contest？
The reason we are not able to announce the list of winners quickly right after the closure of the contest（such as April 1st ）is that the scale of this World Cup is huge and the data of traders on trading progress is complicated. We need enough time to count and calculate the trading data for each participant.
Besides, we need to double-check the entire progress and results of the contest to ensure that there are no omissions, errors, or fraud in the process. Making sure that everything is done in accordance with the principles of fair play is fundamental to us.
Full Support from Up to Fourteen Sponsors
The contest is supported by fourteen forex and crypto firms, including IEXS. Without the support of these business partners, the contest would hardly have reached its current heights. As organizers of this event, WikiFX and WikiBit would like to express our sincere thanks to our partners. To know who the sponsors are, see below:
Last but not least, congratulations again to all of the winners, and we look forward to seeing you again in the future. Besides, in case some people didnt know yet, we will present the awards on April 21st. Stay tuned for further information.
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