OKEx, one of the biggest crypto exchanges, is starting a trading competition on the 10th of August, with over 150,000 USDT in total prizes!
The first phase included the election of the team leaders. It started on the 27th of July until the 3rd of August. The competition is currently in the “Sign Up” phase. Now is the time for you to join CryptoTicker’s team (more details below)! Attention: The sign up phase only goes until the 10th of August so you have to be quick!
The Detailed Prize Pool & How You Can Join
- 1st place: 20,000 USDT
- 2nd place: 15,000 USDT
- 3rd place: 10,000 USDT
- 4th and 5th place: 8,000 USDT
- 6th to 10th place: 5,000 USDT
If you don’t have an OKEx account yet, sign up with the following link. If you already have an account -as you should have by the time reading this- join our team. We’re waiting for you!
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Trading with financial products, especially with CFDs involves a high level of risk and is therefore not suitable for security-conscious investors. CFDs are complex instruments and carry a high risk of losing money quickly through leverage. Be aware that most private Investors lose money, if they decide to trade CFDs. Any type of trading and speculation in financial products that can produce an unusually high return is also associated with increased risk to lose money. Note that past gains are no guarantee of positive results in the future.
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