17/01/2020, Providence, Seychelles – Digitex Ltd, a commission-free bitcoin futures exchange, has launched the Digitex Daily Trading Battle. In the anticipation leading up to the mainnet launch, the company is hosting a trading competition paying out a total sum of 6 million DGTX over 100 days. That’s the equivalent of 60,000 DGTX cash prizes paid out each day.
The Digitex Trading Battle will produce 100 daily winners who will be splitting a prize pool of 60,000 real DGTX tokens (rather than testnet tokens) daily. Not only will participants be able to win prizes every day, but players can hone their skills, perfect their trading styles, and get comfortable with crypto’s first trading one-click ladder.
“Our mission at Digitex is to create winning traders,” said CEO and founder of Digitex Futures Adam Todd. “We want to make the very best use of this testing period not only to uncover bugs and help us ensure a robust exchange upon mainnet but also to allow testers to practice and learn how to win. The Trading Battle is the perfect opportunity to achieve all this–while giving them the chance to fight it out for real DGTX tokens.”
He added, “The feedback that we’ve had from the beta has been really encouraging with testers calling the platform fun and addictive. However, it’s natural that some people lose interest after a while when they’re only using testnet tokens. That’s why we’re giving away 60,000 DGTX every day, and asking traders to refer friends to draw as many new eyes to the platform as possible.”
Liquid and Active Markets from Day One
The Digitex Trading Battle also works as a referral system so entrants are doubly incentivized. Not only can they win real DGTX tokens which they will need to trade with upon mainnet launch, but they can also win DGTX through their referrals.
If any of the people referred by the traders make the top 100, they both win the same amount of DGTX. This means traders can win DGTX actively and passively through other people’s success.
This means that an additional 30,000 real DGTX will be paid out daily to potentially 100 referrers. So together, traders will be walking away with 60,000 DGTX every single day for 100 days.
Adam enthused, “The Digitex Trading Battle is a series of ongoing battles preparing our traders for real live trading with actual DGTX. We aim to grow our numbers, popularize scalping, and create a highly liquid BTC futures market by mainnet launch.”
The Digitex Futures Beta
Beyond the trading competition, Digitex’s long-awaited zero-fee trading platform also brings the first one-click trading ladder user interface to crypto. This ensures that traders can stay in the zone and keep their eyes on the price action, placing trades with a single mouse click and no extra keyboard strokes or movements.
Currently in its public beta version, feedback from testers has been enthusiastic. The platform has been called highly “highly addictive,” “fun,” and even “pioneering” by ReadySetCrypto’s Doc Severson. With an emphasis on trading for scalpers and short-term day traders, the Digitex Futures exchange will allow for trading strategies not possible on fee-charging exchanges.
For further details of the Digitex Trading Battle, please visit https://digitexfutures.com/tradingbattle/
About Digitex Ltd
Digitex Ltd is a zero-fee cryptocurrency exchange with its native DGTX token. The exchange’s flagship product is futures, however, it will be launching spot market trading as well as non-custodial accounts. Registered in the Republic of Seychelles, the company was founded by a former futures trader and betting-exchange trader and has developed a revolutionary token issuance revenue model for sustainably operating an exchange without charging commissions.
For further information about Digitex Ltd, please visit www.digitexfutures.com.
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