Hong Kong-based crypto exchange and card provider Crypto.com is launching an attractive competition for Bitcoin fanatics in September, ahead of its "Public beta" exit.
The Crypto.com Exchange will exit its public beta on September 8, 2020, almost a year after launching in private beta and opening the floodgates to the public.
Millions of dollars in transactions and trades later, the exchange is rolling out its launch in all markets where the Crypto.com App is available.
As a token of appreciation, Crypto.com is presenting a Bitcoin Syndicate Special, featuring BTC at 50% off with USD$2M allocation, it shared in a release with CryptoSlate.
This event will commence on Tuesday, 8 September 2020 at 6 AM UTC on the Crypto.com Exchange.
Users can stake a minimum of 5,000 CRO on the Exchange and trade at least $5,000 USD worth of volume in the past 30 days on the Exchange to subscribe.
Total BTC Supply: $2,000,000 USD worth of BTC.Discount rate: 50%.Syndicate Allocation: Each participant's maximum amount of CRO that can be applied towards the event will depend on the amount of CRO Staked on the Crypto.com Exchange.
A final maximum allocation will be made available on Crypto.com on September 8.Syndicate Allocation Subscription.
Crypto.com Exchange users will be able to subscribe for BTC by contributing an amount of CRO not exceeding their respective maximum allocation.
Crypto.com Exchange users will need to trade at least $5,000 USD worth of volume in the past 30 days on the Crypto.com Exchange in order to be eligible to subscribe.
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pubblicato su Aug 14, 2020
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