KINGSTOWN, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES – Media OutReach – 14 November 2022 – In October 2022, the international trading platform Olymp Trade celebrated its eighth anniversary. To make this event special, the company entertained its users with multiple birthday activities and gifts.
The birthday events lasted for a week, from October 24 to 30, including both platform activities for traders and games on social media for the brand’s followers. A large-scale birthday quest took place on Facebook, where all participants were given bonuses from the platform, while winners were awarded branded merchandise and smartphones. Olymp Trade was not just celebrated by its community on its birthday, but also by football player Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Indian cricketer Shikhar Dhawan and YouTuber Elvish Yadav.
Olymp Trade held its eighth anniversary under the slogan “Discover your freedom.” For its users, freedom is not an abstract notion but an opportunity the platform gives. With almost 200 assets, three trading modes and up-to-date training materials, Olymp Trade provides a space that allows traders to unleash their potential while exploring and advancing their trading.
During the celebration, the trading community also gave positive feedback to the platform.
Sumit KaDyan from India said: “I had many bad experiences on other platforms offering a similar kind of service, but here on Olymp Trade, I never had such issues, which gave me confidence and built my trust on this platform.”
Ismael Jako from Egypt agreed: “I joined the world of traders, and I have already made friends. We trade with each other. I share my stories with other Olymp Trade users. I hope it will continue to be so.”
Today, the online platform has about 88 million users, with more than 1 million trades executed daily. Olymp Trade is available worldwide in 14 languages. More than 2 million followers subscribe to the broker’s news and updates on social networks, forming a community of people united by the philosophy of free trading.
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