Currensee Takes Home Award from First Annual Forex Magnates Summit

We had an exciting week here at Currensee. Dave Lemont, our CEO, and Asaf Yigal, our Co-Founder and VP of Product, went to London to attend the first annual Forex Magnates Summit. As if it wasn’t great enough for Dave and Asaf to mix and mingle with over 550 of the executives in the Forex business, we received the award for “Best Social Trading Platform.” Wahoo!

We have been fans of Michael Greenberg and the team over at Forex Magnets since we started our company. Michael and his team do an excellent job of providing in-depth news and research about what’s happening in the Forex industry. They give honest opinions and provide leading news to help those of us in the Forex business stay on top of this face-paced market.

Since we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be part of an industry event of this magnitude, Asaf Yigal, our co-founder and VP of Product, participated on a panel discussion about emerging financial trends. Also on Asaf's panel were execs from Tradency, FX Bridge, SpotOption, and IG Group. Not too shabby.

Thanks to the Forex Magnates team for a great event, a prestigious award and solidifying our position as a leader in the Forex social trading and investing space.

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