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BTCMEX Starts $100,000 Trading Competition: 0.1 BTC Bonus for All

Mon, 08/10/2020 - 06:27
BTCMEX Starts $100,000 Trading Competition: 0.1 BTC Bonus for All
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To celebrate its 1 year anniversary, BTCMEX will launch a new trading competition with a pool prize of up to $100,000 and a 50% bonus for participating users first deposit. The bitcoin competition starts on August 24 at 8 p.m. (UTC) with a registration period spanning a month from July 24. Participants can win prizes in three categories: PNL, trading volume, and social media activity. The registration is open to everyone with no KYC requirements.

BTCMEX offers crypto derivatives trading with the lowest flexible fees in the industry. The exchange is listed on CoinGecko and boasts over $200 million in daily trading volume. It strives to bring opportunities for everyone and foster digital trust by raising security standards. Users’ assets are secured in a Multi-Signature Cold Wallet. The platform is overloads-free with the 100,000 TPS per trading pair and high liquidity, which ensures which ensures trading for the best possible price even during high volatility.

The platform has a clear multilingual trading UI, intuitive order placement settings with automated TP/SL and advanced options. BTCMEX is an API-friendly platform, currently offering special deals to quantitative traders.

BTCMEX has also unveiled the plan to launch USDT linear perpetual contracts very soon. USDT settlement will allow to support more trading pairs in the nearest future to give crypto traders a chance to long and short coins other than Bitcoin. To make cryptocurrency trading easily accessible worldwide BTCMEX is now available on web and mobile with apps ready for download on IOS and Android.


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