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Hot-Seat Unique Programme

The Hot-Seat Programme makes the largest account in the 2-Step Challenge Programme available for just €1499, with a total of €300k.

It is unique due to account size, profit sharing, payout frequency, and scalability. General rules and conditions are the same as in the Classical 2-Step Programme.

After two profitable months with Hot-Seat Programme in a row you will receive:

  • Cost of the programme €1499

  • Capital is scaled up by 50%

    (in the classic programme by 40%)
  • Payouts possible every 7 days

    (in the classic programme 14 days)
  • Profit distribution for the trader 90%

    (in the classic 80%)
  • Maximum level of scaling up to 2 million

    (in the classical programme to 1 million)
  • Only one account per Hot-Seat trader is possible

General rules and conditions

  • Stop-Loss is not required.

  • Expert Advisors can be used.

  • Overnight and over the weekend can be held.

  • Depending on programme profit sharing starts from 60% to 90% for the trader.

  • A profitable day is defined as a day on which the account balance increases by 0.5% from the previous day's balance/equity. The condition of having profitable days does not apply to the Jalapeño challenge.

  • After successfully completing two challenges, the trader receives a refund which will count towards the first payout.

  • Withdrawals are available 14 days after receipt of the funded account, then 14 days after the last withdrawal.

  • Copying other traders' signals / accounts is prohibited.

  • An inactive account is an account with 14 days of no trading activity.

  • If the account reaches a daily loss of 5,5% of the balance (2.5% on Jalapeño), it will be closed. The daily loss is based on the previous day's equity as of 00:00 server time.

  • Trading of important news (with high market impact) is not prohibited. But it must be note that during a high-impact news event, during volatile moments there might be a slippage (i.e. difference between the expected price of a trade and the price at which the trade is executed). Slippage can not be controlled by company side.