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Help Center: Accounts

How do I open a live trading account?

At VARIANSE we make the account opening process quick and easy!

To begin just click on the registration link here or use the REGISTRATION button on any page of our website.

From the registration page, just enter your contact details in the sign up form. Once you complete the form, click the SIGN UP button to start the registration process.

Check your inbox* for an e-mail containing your registration login details. In your registration email, click the "Client portal" link to be redirected to the Activated web page.

On the Activated page click the "Complete Live Application" button and provide the required details and documentation requested to finalise the account opening process. You will receive a confirmation e-mail in your inbox* once you are done.

We aim to complete your account opening within 24 hours of receiving your final documentation, and during this time your account will be shown as PENDING in the client portal.

Once your account opening is complete, you will receive an e-mail* with your live account login details.

It's that easy!

*Please check your spam or junk inbox if you don't receive an e-mail from us

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