Trading Competition Round 4

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Trading Competition Round 4

Here is the list of winners who have beaten the rest to emerge victorious in Round 4 of our Trading Competition.​ 🏆



All of the winners will be notified via the mobile number that they have used to register with within two weeks for the prize release. The prizes (reward points) shall be credited into the winners’ accounts on Everest Gold.

Thank you for making Round 4 a great success! Congratulations to all winners and we look forward to seeing you in Round 5 on 25 January 2021! 😎

 

 

Round 4 of our Trading Competition will start on 23 December 2020 (GMT+8)! Once again, over USD 3,000 worth of Everest Gold reward points to be won! 

You can choose to exchange all your reward points for EGUs during our Gold Subscription Events, and you may also trade your EGUs in-app. 

Here are the details for Round 4: 

Competition Period 
23 December, 0000hrs to 29 December 2020, 2359hrs (GMT+8) 

How to Qualify for Winning Prizes?

Participants have to conduct at least three trades (Buy = 1 Trade, Sell = 1 Trade)

How to Win?

Top 20% of participants with the highest profit in USD will gain an entry ticket to the Grand Final. Top 15 winners will also walk away with reward points! 

Prizes Breakdown

Note: 10,000 reward points = USD 1.00

Profit Calculation

The profit in USD will include both your realised and unrealised profits arising from your EGU trading activities during the competition period.

Realised profit: profit that comes from completed trades of EGUs.

For example:
During the competition period, a user bought 1,000 EGUs at USD 0.64, and sold 1,000 EGUs at USD 0.65. Therefore, the user made a realised profit of USD 10.

1,000*0.65 – 1,000*0.64 = 10

Unrealised profit: potential profit, an increase in the value of EGUs that has yet to be sold for cash.

For example:
During the competition period, a user bought 1,000 EGUs at USD 0.64, and holds on to all EGUs. And now the market price of the EGUs rises to USD 0.66. Therefore, we deem the user to have made an unrealised profit of USD 20.

1,000*0.66 – 1,000*0.64 = 20

Also, here is the scenario for a combination of both realised and unrealised profits.

For example:
During the competition period, a user bought 1,000 EGUs at USD 0.64, and successfully sold 500 EGUs at USD 0.67, while holding on to the other 500 EGUs. In this case, the user made a realised profit of USD 15, and an unrealised profit of USD 15.

 (500*0.67 – 500*0.64) + (500*0.67 – 500*0.64) = 30

The EGU market price is fluctuating so that unrealised loss may also occur.

The initial EGU price will be based on the market price at 23 December 2020, 0000hrs when the competition starts. The final EGU price will be based on the market price at 29 December 2020, 2359hrs when the competition ends.  

FAQ

1) Who can take part?

All verified users of Everest Gold.

2) How do I register for the competition?

There is no need to register for participation. All your real-time trading activities and profits will be automatically recorded throughout the competition period.

3) How many competition rounds are there?

There will be six rounds of competition in total. Please view the dates below and stay tuned for further announcement:

General

1. Participation in the Trading Competition (“Competition”) is subject to the Terms and Conditions (“T&Cs”).

2. Entry into this competition is deemed acceptance of these T&Cs and any amendments, additions, replacements, variations and modifications hereto, shall be final and binding in all respects on each participant.

3. The official language for the T&Cs is in English. If there are any discrepancies or conflicts between the English version and different language versions, the English version shall prevail.

4. The final decision of the published competition results remains with Everest Gold Pte Ltd (“Everest Gold”).

5. Everest Gold reserves the right to cancel or amend any rules, T&Cs at our sole discretion. Amendments to the T&Cs will be posted on this webpage.

Qualifying Participants

6. This competition is open to all verified users (“Participant”).

Prizes

7. Prizes refer to Everest Gold reward points (the “Prizes”).

8. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable and non-cash prizes cannot be exchanged for cash and/or any other items.

9. The winner will receive details of the prize

  • Grand Prize winner with the highest profit in USD wins USD 750 worth of reward points.
  • Category finalists (14 winners) with the next highest profit win the respective prizes reflected in the prize breakdown table.

10.Remaining of the top 20% qualified participants will win entry tickets to the Grand Final. Each qualified participant is only eligible for one entry ticket to the Grand Final.

11. The ranking of the winners is dependent on their profit, and the value of prizes will be given accordingly. Tied ranks will be judged based on their total asset value (EGU + cash assets).

12. Participants agree to authorise Everest Gold to include their nicknames and profits made during the competition in the public announcement of the competition results.

13. Winners for the contest will be contacted within two weeks from the end of the trading competition through the mobile number registered for prize collection. Winners agree to authorise Everest Gold to use photographs and/or videos featuring them, as well as their quotes on our company’s website or any other official channels of communications.

The Trading Competition

14. Trading competition starts on 23 December, 0000hrs and ends on 29 December, 2359hrs (GMT+8).

15. The profits (realised profit + unrealised profit) are ranked from real-time trading activities only.

16. Participants will be disqualified from the competition if any of the following situations occur:

  • Participants with more than one trading account.
  • Two or more participants using the same IP address.
  • Trading in a grouped or coordinated manner with other participants, such as the deployment of various team tactics that include consolidation of participants into a group with a purpose to get a statistical advantage on one of the accounts.
  • Participants who use additional plug-ins or smart trading programs for trading.
  • Any manipulations deemed to have adverse price effects such as mirror trading, wash trades etc., to get an unfair advantage over other participants.

17. By entering the competition, participants agree to be bound by and to comply with the T&Cs. Non-compliance with or breach of any of these T&Cs may disqualify a participant at any stage of the competition, and any prizes won may be forfeited, withheld, withdrawn or reclaimed.

18. In severe cases, Everest Gold may suspend or terminate the participant’s account on suspicious activities, and may even seek compensation from the participant for damages suffered by the company.

19. Winners are required to provide their full particulars, including their full NRIC/Passport/Identification number for the purpose of verification and audit.

20. Participants acknowledge that all investments and transactions involve risks, and seek independent professional advice if necessary.

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