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KCGI 2023: An opportunity for UK traders to earn big.


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With the continuous market uncertainties which has made a lot of crypto traders sit on the fence, it has equally provided an avenue for top elite traders who has more insight about the market to thrive thereby gaining more followers.

Copy trading is getting more popular as most traders depend on the expertise of this traders to minimize their loss and maximize their profits.

Unfortunately, aside the usual commission they get from their trade being copied, there seems to be not much events where this traders can showcase their trading prowess and earn rewards.

Good news is that the KCGI 2023 is providing a level playing ground for traders to showcase their skills and earn big and UK traders seems to be at more advantage with a chance for 100 elite traders to share from GBP 35,000 prize pool.

While this is a motivation for traders to keep up the good works, I think the opportunity should be evenly distributed among traders around the globe.
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