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Friends = Money?! Earn Free BMX with BitMart Exchange!

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BitMart, a premier global digital asset trading platform, recently announced their new Refer-A-Friend program for a limited time only. In addition to the previous programs, BitMart is giving away more free BMX (BitMart Token) to users who bring their friends to BitMart. The top 1 winner can win an extra of 20,000 BMX!

Since officially launched on March 15th, 2018, BitMart Exchange has been holding a “Let BitMart Work For You” program to reward all users. By inviting friends to join using your referral link, users can receive 50% commissions of the transaction fees from direct referrals, and 10% from indirect referrals (i.e., people who sign up using the referral link of some who you referred). There is no limit to the number of people you can invite.

Now, in order to celebrate BitMart’s 6-month anniversary, BitMart has upgraded its Refer-A-Friend program with more bonus! The more friends you invite, the more BMX you’ll get!

Invite Your Friends To Register and Win Up To 5,000 BMX

In the first round of “Refer-A-Friend” program, users can win up to 3,000 BMX. For this time, users can win up to 5,000 BMX by inviting their friends!!

500 BMX = 10 KYC verified friends (The total amount of your friends’ transaction ≥ 0.1 BTC)
1,000 BMX = 20 KYC verified friends (The total amount of your friends’ transaction ≥ 0.2 BTC)
2,000 BMX = 40 KYC verified friends (The total amount of your friends’ transaction ≥ 0.4 BTC)
3,500 BMX = 70 KYC verified friends (The total amount of your friends’ transaction ≥ 0.7 BTC)
5,000 BMX = 100 KYC verified friends (The total amount of your friends’ transaction ≥ 1 BTC)

Extra Bonus For Top Three Winners

BitMart will also provide extra bonus for the top three users who invite the most number of friends within the promotion period.

  • Top 1: 20,000 BMX
  • Top 2: 15,000 BMX
  • Top 3: 10,000 BMX

Terms and Conditions:

  1. Participant must have a registered BitMart account to receive the BMX rewards.
  2. The number of friends invited prior to this promotion time will not be counted into this promotion.
  3. The BMX bonus will be issued to your account until your KYC verified friends’ transaction amount meets the minimum requirement for each level within the promotion period.
  4. The BMX bonus will be issued to users’ accounts within 7 business days after the promotion ends.
  5. Anyone found to use multiple accounts to enter will be ineligible to win.
  6. Top 3 winners will be announced on October 12th, 2018.
  7. BitMart reserves all rights to this promotion.

About BitMart

BitMart Exchange is a premier global digital asset trading platform in the cryptocurrency market with over 503,000 users worldwide and ranked among the top 30 crypto exchanges on CoinMarketCap. BitMart currently offers 87 trading pairs with one of the lowest trading fees in the market. BitMart’s daily trading volume ranges from $30,000,000 to $40,000,000 USD and total trading volume has reached over $1,670,000,000 USD since launching in March.
To learn more about BitMart, visit their Website, Twitter or join their Telegram.

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