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Merchants who do not yet have to participate in the Bybit cryptocurrency exchange can now enjoy 3% bonuses on their first time deposits, capped at $ 3,000 per user.

In addition, traders with a combined trading volume of at least USD 100,000 for both spot and derivatives automatically participate in an exclusive raffle with a main prize of 0.1 BTC.

To be eligible for the bonuses, traders must register for Bybit’s Deposit Blast-Off event here before November 18, 2021, 10 a.m. UTC.

Upon registration, Traders must make a minimum deposit of $ 500.00 of eligible assets within seven (7) days for their deposits to be included in the calculation of their rewards. Any deposits made after this period will not be taken into account when calculating your premium.

Eligible assets include BTC, ETH, BIT, USDT, XRP, DOGE, DOT, EOS, LTC, XLM, AAVE, AXS, CHZ, COMP, DYDX, LINK, MANA, MKR, SUSHI, UNI and YFI.

To qualify for the lucky draw, traders must meet the minimum trading volume of USD 100,000 in both spot and derivatives combined by November 25, 2021, 10:00 a.m. UTC.

In addition, they must also register for the Deposit Blast-Off event before it ends.

One (1) lucky winner will win the main prize of 0.1 BTC and two (2) others will each receive 1 ETH.

The remaining 100 lucky winners will receive either a 100 USDT bonus or a 50 USDT bonus.

Terms and conditions apply. You can find more information about this event on the Bybit blog.

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