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Darwinia_ the trading challenge for trading skill
Darwinia: the trading challenge for trading skill
This video explains our monthly Darwinia trading challenge: why we run it, how it works, and what to expect if you win the allocation. We hope you enjoy it! Darwinex is a profit exchange: we pair skilled traders with savvy investors for mutual, long term, benefit. But finding consistent trading strategies to invest in is not…
Why Darwinex?
What does "Darwinex" stand for? Our name pays tribute to Charles Darwin – first man to get evolution: the process whereby life grows fit to survive the challenges that face it. Evolution is slow, but unstoppable. Big & mighty Dinosaurs once ruled the Earth… until they didn’t. It’s not 100% clear why (meteorite? climate change?), but…
Inside Darwinex – Performance calculation, explained
Inside Darwinex – Performance calculation, explained
Understanding your Performance Upon joining, many new movement members reach out stating: “hey guys, my performance statistics are different from Service Alfa (insert here your favourite alternative site to Darwinex) – they’re wrong!” Whilst occasionally stuff DOES go wrong, more often than not differences owe to the fact that returns at Darwinex are calculated differently from most existing service providers. Other…
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