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Rapid Challenge

Account Balance
Challenge Leverage
Minimum Trading Days
Phase 1 Target (35 Days)
Phase 2 Target (60 Days)
Max Loss
Max Daily Loss
Profit Split
Weekend Holding
Refundable Fees
50k Challenge
$50,000
1:30
0
$4,000 USD (8%)
$2,500 USD (5%)
$4,000 USD (8%)
$2,500 USD (5%)
80% | 90% with Scaling
Yes
$299 USD
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Rapid Challenge

Account Balance
Challenge Leverage
Minimum Trading Days
Phase 1 Target (35 Days)
Phase 2 Target (60 Days)
Max Loss
Max Daily Loss
Profit Split
Weekend Holding
Refundable Fees
100k Challenge
$100,000
1:30
0
$8,000 USD (8%)
$5,000 USD (5%)
$8,000 USD (8%)
$5,000 USD (5%)
80% | 90% with Scaling
Yes
$499 USD
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Rapid Challenge

Account Balance
Challenge Leverage
Minimum Trading Days
Phase 1 Target (35 Days)
Phase 2 Target (60 Days)
Max Loss
Max Daily Loss
Profit Split
Weekend Holding
Refundable Fees
200k Challenge
$200,000
1:30
0
$16,000 USD (8%)
$10,000 USD (5%)
$16,000 USD (8%)
$10,000 USD (5%)
80% | 90% with Scaling
Yes
$899 USD
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Rapid Challenge

Account Balance
Challenge Leverage
Minimum Trading Days
Phase 1 Target (35 Days)
Phase 2 Target (60 Days)
Max Loss
Max Daily Loss
Profit Split
Weekend Holding
Refundable Fees
50k Challenge
$50,000
1:100
0
$4,000 USD (8%)
$2,500 USD (5%)
$4,000 USD (8%)
$2,500 USD (5%)
80% | 90% with Scaling
No
$299 USD
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Rapid Challenge

Account Balance
Challenge Leverage
Minimum Trading Days
Phase 1 Target (35 Days)
Phase 2 Target (60 Days)
Max Loss
Max Daily Loss
Profit Split
Weekend Holding
Refundable Fees
100k Challenge
$100,000
1:100
0
$8,000 USD (8%)
$5,000 USD (5%)
$8,000 USD (8%)
$5,000 USD (5%)
80% | 90% with Scaling
No
$499 USD
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Rapid Challenge

Account Balance
Challenge Leverage
Minimum Trading Days
Phase 1 Target (35 Days)
Phase 2 Target (60 Days)
Max Loss
Max Daily Loss
Profit Split
Weekend Holding
Refundable Fees
200k Challenge
$200,000
1:100
0
$16,000 USD (8%)
$10,000 USD (5%)
$16,000 USD (8%)
$10,000 USD (5%)
80% | 90% with Scaling
No
$899 USD

CFTC Rule 4.41

Hypothetical or simulated performance results have certain limitations. Unlike an actual performance record, simulated results do not represent actual trading. Also, because the trades have not actually been executed, the results may have under-or-over compensated for the impact, if any, of certain market factors, such as lack of liquidity. Simulated trading programs, in general, are also subject to the fact that they are designed with the benefit of hindsight. No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profit or losses similar to those shown. CFTC Rule 4.41