eToro is the world’s leading social trading network with millions of users from over 140 countries. Since eToro is a community-focused trading platform, which enables traders and investors to trade alongside their friends, it is no wonder that so many of our traders tell their friends about us. Our intuitive trading platform, social features and variety of easy-to-use tools, encourage our traders to invite their friends to trade and invest alongside them. This is one of the reasons eToro is so popular and our community continues to grow every day. If you are reading this, odds are a friend wanted you to join them on eToro and get an extra $100. This blog post will help you claim your welcome gift.
How does the eToro referral program work?
First of all, make sure you use the referral link you got from your friend to sign up. If you register through this link, you might be eligible to receive a $100 gift, providing your referral is successful. Your friend will also benefit from this, as they too will receive a $100 gift.
What counts as a successful referral?
To receive your $100, the referral must be successful, and meet the following criteria:
- You are a new eToro user from an eligible country. Make sure to use your friend’s referral link when you register – this will help us track you and reward you.
- You are fully verified. Need some help verifying your account? Here are some easy-to-follow instructions.
- You have funded your account and opened at least one trade on the eToro platform. Fund your account by making your first deposit here.
Once you and your friend are both verified and have deposited funds to your accounts, you will each receive your $100.
Can I also invite friends?
Of course you can! Invite your friends through our referral program and you can earn a little extra for each friend who signs up. You can read more about our “Refer a Friend” program in this blog post.
Program Terms and Conditions
For the full terms and conditions of the eToro referral program, click here.
Your capital is at risk. This is not investment advice. Terms and conditions apply.