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100,000 NTS Airdrop Each Week 
— Plus 99% off Trading Fees at Nauticus Exchange

Bitcoinist

Bitcoinist | Oct 01, 2018 | 16:30

Press releases

100,000 NTS Airdrop Each Week 
— Plus 99% off Trading Fees at Nauticus Exchange

Bitcoinist

Bitcoinist | Oct 01, 2018 | 16:30


Register now!

User registration now open!

99% off trading fees in first month if you pay fees in Nauticus Coins (NTS)

100,000 NTS airdrop for traders each week for a month

Nauticus Exchange — which has the ‘best community in crypto’ according to users — has just opened registration. 


Nauticus Exchange will launch soon with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, XRP, Litecoin and Nauticus Coin (NTS). Between them, these coins represent more than 75 percent of the entire crypto market. The exchange will add 50 more coins in the months after launch, and 100 coins within the year.

The beta exchange will open with USD and AUD fiat pairs and quickly add EUR, JPY, HKD and ZAR.

Nauticus offers 99% off trading fees in the first month for any user paying in Nauticus Coins (NTS). That means you can trade 1000 BTC during the launch month for around $6.50 in fees!

And as an added incentive, every user trading in the first month will be eligible for a random airdrop of a 100,000 NTS prize pool each week. That’s 400,000 NTS over the month.

To be eligible all you need to do is sign up and trade.

Nauticus raised just under $20 million in its successful ICO and has built a devoted community according to users in its Telegram group.

That comes down to regular updates, transparency and the incredible 24/7 customer support of its friendly staff. Check out the Telegram group to find out why they’re so popular.

Nauticus offers lightning fast automated KYC ID verification which takes around five minutes — no more waiting around for months to get verified to trade.

So what are you waiting for? Sign up now!

https://nauticus.exchange/

Will you register for Nauticus? Let us know in the comments below!


Images courtesy of Nauticus.


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