The Funded Trader is looking for driven and skilled traders who can succeed with the aid of their funds by demonstrating competence in volatile market conditions. By managing account sizes up to $1,500,000 and taking home profit splits up to 90%, they enable them to generate high profits. They can trade cryptocurrencies, commodities, indices, and forex pairs.
- Maximum balance of standard accounts up to $600,000
- Four different funding program options
The Funded Trader King’s Tournament Updates
Last week, The Funded Trader announced that they have officially announced the King’s Tournament. The firm also announced that it would be choosing ten winners to receive $10k challenges for free. But here have been some updates to The Funded Trader King’s Tournament.
The Funded Trader shared that they have officially reached out to the traders who will be participating in the tournament. Also, they have decided to up the number of participants to 20 traders. Previously, as we have mentioned, there were ten traders, but now there are 20 Traders!
The firm previously declared the Grand Prize, which was a $200k Royal Account, but the grand prize now will be a $300k Royal Account. The second-place prize will be a $200k Royal Account.
So, these are two of The Funded Trader King’s Tournament Updates. Summing them up:
- Not 10 but 20 participants
- Not a $200k Royal Challenge as the grand prize but a $300k Royal Account
All the traders were contacted through email, and they must reply to confirm their spots. Tomorrow at 5 pm Est, they will be sent a $10k challenge account to trade on. As they have mentioned, all traders will trade on the $10k challenge account in the tournament.
They will then have two weeks to perform on this account. The community will have the public dashboard links of all traders. At the end of two weeks, The Funded Trader community will vote on who deserves the prizes!
Interested traders can also read about the Prop firms that offer one-step challenges by clicking on the link. And also about the Prop firms that offer two-step challenges by clicking on the link.