Binomo, a multi award-winning online trading company, is set to empower Nigerians with the opportunity for true financial independence through its platform.  The company’s impressive value proposition allows its users to gain access to the most traded financial assets with the most advantageous trading terms and investment options on the market.

The trading platform is an innovative initiative which seeks to empower young, enterprising individuals with an interest in online trading and looking to generate multiple streams of income.

Since its entrance into the Nigerian market in early 2018, Binomo has gained widespread acclaim for its relative ease of use and is fast becoming the go-to platform for currency and commodities trading.

As part of the Binomo’s efforts to corroborate their penetration into the Nigerian and wider African market, the company signed on Nigerian professional footballer Victor Moses as its Brand Ambassador.

The partnership with the Chelsea Star has opened the brand up to a new audience demography, as it continues to weave its messaging targeted at the sports and lifestyle consumer interests.

Speaking on the partnership, Victor Moses expressed his excitement.

“Nigerians are smart, hardworking people who love to live on their own terms. Binomo helps to foster this entrepreneurial spirit of the Nigerian. I’m excited to be part of what the company is hoping to achieve.”

These sentiments were echoed by representatives of the company, who also emphasized their ambitions for the Nigerian market.

“Victor Moses is one of the leading athletes in Africa, and he’s also a very accomplished footballer. More importantly, Victor personifies the ideals of the Binomo brand: being a goal-oriented person, smart decision maker, a hard worker and someone who inspires millions of people in Nigeria and across the world. We are truly excited to work with him as we bring Binomo’s unbeatable service offerings closer to the Nigerian and African market.”

Further highlighting the impressive service offering of the Binomo brand, he also spoke of the meticulous consideration that was put into ensuring the platform is easy to use for beginners.

“We’ve thought of everything down to the smallest detail. We provide our clients with the level of service that is of world-class standards. We feel it is our priority to offer the highest quality brokerage services and support, including beginner and professional level tutorials as well as analytical services and client support.”

The company has quickly become popular among young Nigerians, largely due to its catchy adverts that have dominated the internet, particularly on Youtube. The growing landscape of online trading and the emergence of the gig economy has made the Binomo value proposition a viable means of income.

While emphasizing the transparency of the platform and seamless learning curve, the Binomo team also quelled any fears that interested traders may have,

“Our collaboration with our clients is completely transparent, while our high-tech service allows traders to see the actual picture of the world’s financial markets, and to evaluate risks objectively,” he added.

With well thought promotional acts such as the Victor Moses partnership and with its masterfully designed platform, Binomo looks prime to build up a growing user base with a truly innovative platform that rewards the passion for online trading.

Binomo has won awards as Best Broker for Beginners (2015 Forex Expo Awards), Broker of the Year (2016 IAIR Awards) and rated ‘Category A’ by Financial Commission, an independent self-regulatory and external dispute resolution (EDR) body, dedicated specifically to Forex.


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