CoinCasso Launches Worldwide Crypto Christmas Challenge
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There are not many contests in the cryptocurrency sector on such a scale! CoinCasso worldwide exchange platform is organizing an international competition, lasting until the end of the year. In the prize pool there are the newest mobile devices, including iPhone 11, Apple Watch, iPhone 8 and the main prize – MacBook Air notebook!
There are 3 trading pairs and 3 chances to win one of the 5 prizes in each of the 3 trading pairs: BTC-PLN, BTC-EUR, BTC-USDT (meaning: 15 prizes in total). What is more – the best trader in all 3 pairs will get the brand new MacBook air notebook! To win it all, you need to have the highest rank in all 3 pairs / the lowest sum of your ranking places (e.g. Person 1: 1st place BTC-PLN + 2nd BTC-EUR + 3rd place BTC-USDT = 6, Person 2: 1st + 4th + 2nd = 7, the Person 1 wins; if the same score, total trades number decides). 16 main prizes are waiting for the best traders! The contest lasts from December 16th until December 30th.
CoinCasso global exchange platform
CoinCasso is a fully licensed global exchange platform, headquartered in Estonia, offering exchange and blockchain technologies services. Besides the cryptocurrency stock market, the products of CoinCasso are: worldwide ATM network machines, mobile CCWallet app and many more.
You can make yourself a Christmas present! Take part in the Trading #CryptoChristmasChallenge and win with CoinCasso!
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