Yes, you have the option to merge your accounts, up to $300,000 of your FundedNext account, subject to certain conditions.
Both accounts must be in the same challenge. For example, you can merge an Express Non-Consistency FundedNext account with another Express Non-Consistency FundedNext account, regardless of whether you are on the same platform or not (Versions 4 and 5). However, merging different challenges is not allowed.
Merging is not permitted if there are any open trades or if the account is in the middle of a trading cycle. Please ensure that there are no open trades and that your account's trading cycle is complete before initiating a merge. Accounts with a negative balance cannot be merged.
Please ensure that you follow the guidelines and contact our FundedNext Support Team if you have any further questions or need assistance merging your accounts.
Unfortunately, traders are not permitted to merge their accounts during any Challenge Phases at FundedNext. Once you receive your FundedNext account, you will be eligible to merge your accounts.
The payout percentage on the merged account:
Upon merging accounts, the profit split percentage will revert to the lower profit split percentage of the two accounts. For instance, if one account has a 90% profit share and the other has 80%, the default payout after merging will be 80%. However, it is still possible to scale up the newly merged account to become eligible for a higher profit split percentage after a 4-month period, provided that all scale-up criteria are fulfilled.
In the case of merging two 95% add-on accounts, the profit split percentage will remain at 95%. However, when merging a 95% add-on account with a non-add-on account, the profit split percentage will revert to the lower of the two accounts. For example, if one account has a 95% profit share and the other has an 80% share, the default payout after merging will be 80%.
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