Binance Promo: Trade and Win N55,000 naira Weekly on Binance.

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The binance weekly promo will be rewarding those who deposit and trade on binance with up to 55,000 NGN every week. A total of 30 Binancians will be rewarded on weekly basis.

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The Competition will run from 2020/02/19 at 10:00 AM and end on 2020/03/03 at 10:00 AM (UTC). The binance weekly promo winners will be selected randomly if they meet the criteria set below for the competition.

Follow These Rules to Participate:

Deposit and Trade at least 15,000 NGN twice a week.

Prize Distribution is as follows:

  • First Place – gets $150 ( 55,000 NGN).
  • Second Place – gets $100 (36,000 NGN).
  • Third to Fifth Place – get $25 (9,000 NGN) each.
  • Sixth to Thirtieth Place – get $10 ( 3,600 NGN) each.

All rewards will be distributed in BUSD ( Binance USD).

See Also: Binance Sets New Fixed Deposit Fee at N150 for Up to 18 million Naira Deposits.

The binance weekly promo winners will be published in Telegram and Binance Nigeria Telegram Group and and Facebook every Sunday. It will be up at 6pm WAT time and rewards will be distributed on Mondays.

If you do not have a Binance account yet, sign up here and get a 10% discount on trading fees.

Terms and Conditions for Competition:

  • Deposits must be made via flutterwave.
  • Winners will be selected randomly.
  • The 10% trading fee discount will remain valid as long as the Binance referral program is in place.
  • Trading volume counts both buys and sells, excluding any wash trades.

Binance Crypto Exchange still reserves the right to disqualify trades that are deemed to be wash trades or illegal bulk account registration. 

Previously, we released a news about the new deposit fee charge for naira deposits on binance. This new feature allows Nigerian users on binance to deposit up 18 million naira for only 150 naira fee charge.

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