Main navigation Launches Referral Program Stressing the Importance of Communities in Crypto

Fri, 12/31/2021 - 08:22 Launches Referral Program Stressing the Importance of Communities in Crypto
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Upbots, a trading interface and algo bot provider powered by the utility token UBXT has recently announced the launch of their Referral Program. Offering a 2 Level Reward system with the first Reward crediting both the Referrer and the Referee it seems to be a promising breakthrough for the CEO, Benjamin Duval and the Team.

Upon launch of the Referral Program Upbots CMO Robert Hernandez stressed the importance of the Community in Crypto:

"In crypto as you know, community is everything, so with that in mind we wanted to launch a referral program that would show our community just how much they mean to us, and I think we did. Current and future UpBots users will now be able to generate a passive income by taking advantage of our program" is a trading interface provider, with Alameda Research as one of the investors, and described by their team as an “all-in-one” solution for traders. They offer a wide range of  trading tools, wallet monitoring, to swap and staking options they are a tempting option for a busy, regular Joe.

They also offer, and this is perhaps their best feature, a fairly unique trading bot marketplace based solely on a "performance fee" system. In other words, the user lets his capital be managed by bots and pays fees when in profit only. Simple, efficient and fair, the platform has already convinced more than 12k users and with the Referral Program in full swing, the future sure looks promising and bright for and the UBXT utility token.


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