To celebrate the listing of the native token of the Bonded Finance platform, BOND, we’re hosting a BOND trading competition with a $15,000 BOND prize pool. The competition will start on Thursday, June 3rd at 0:01 UTC, and run until Sunday, June 13th at 0:01 UTC.
The top 50 traders with the highest trading volume will be receiving BOND prizes! Here’s a breakdown of the available cash prizes.
1. $1,950 BOND
2. $1,000 BOND
3. $950 BOND
4. $850 BOND
5. $750 BOND
6. $700 BOND
7. $600 BOND
8. $550 BOND
9. $500 BOND
10. $450 BOND
11. $400 BOND
12. $350 BOND
13. $300 BOND
14. - 24. $250 BOND
25. - 30. $200 BOND
31. - 32. $150 BOND
33. - 42. $100 BOND
43. - 50. $50 BOND
To participate in the Trading Competition, visit our trading competition page and click apply now. You’ll automatically be entering the competition and your trades will be tracked.
All traders will be ranked in terms of the total BOND/USDT trading volume traded on their Bitcoin.com Exchange account (including both Buys and Sells) across the BOND/USDT trading pair during the competition period.
Terms and Conditions apply.
What is Bonded Finance?
With nearly 7000 trackable assets and some 700 exchanges in crypto, it is an understatement to say that liquidity is scattered and that early-stage projects as tradable assets make for capricious token holders. Even the meteoric rise of DeFi has done little to change this as lending/borrowing protocols and the true earning potential of tokens are realized only by a select few cryptos. Bonded Finance sees a massive opportunity in this. With crypto maturing as an asset class, there are scores of well-capitalized projects with solid volume and price histories to go with deliverables, yet, they have not been afforded the opportunity to partake in the decentralized financial services movement. Bonded has identified some fifty billion USD in untapped liquidity in this presently underserved altcoin market and has set out to aggregate these tokens to provide DeFi protocols through their algorithm-driven “smart instruments.” Bonded’s aim is to bridge the gap between established and nascent altcoin projects to provide not just traditional and DeFi services but ultimately, to create a network of shared value.
The native token governing the Bonded Finance Platform is BOND, an ERC-20 token that is trading with USDT and BTC on our exchange
Terms and Conditions
“Trading Volume” is defined as the sum of a trader’s total buys and sells (excluding wash trades) of BOND/USDT trading pairs on Bitcoin.com Exchange. We calculate Trading Volume in the following way: Trading Volume = Sum (executed buys of BOND/USDT pair ) + Sum (executed sells of BOND/USDT pair).
Winning traders will be notified by email and rewards will be deposited to their Bitcoin.com Exchange BOND wallets within 3 weeks after the end of the promotion period.
The trading competition runs for 10 days from Wednesday, June 3rd at 0:01 UTC, and run until Sunday, June 13th at 0:01 UTC
Participation in the $15,000 BOND Trading Competition is limited to one trader account per legal or natural person. Persons found to have competed with more than one trader account will be disqualified from the competition.
Please note in the event of disqualification of any participants due to a breach of the terms and conditions of the trading competition, the leaderboard ranking might not be adjusted.
The $15,000 BOND Trading Competition is hosted by FMFW Ltd (the “Bitcoin.com Exchange”) and the terms and conditions of this competition form part of the User Agreement. The Bitcoin.com Exchange reserves the right to cancel it or amend its terms or conditions unilaterally without prior notification.
By participating you confirm the following: “I accept that performing wash trades and using multiple accounts during one trading competition will lead to my being excluded from the competition. Bitcoin.com Exchanges´s decision is final and binding”.
Bitcoin.com Exchange will use the ad hoc average daily closing prices of the BOND/USDT trading pair during the competition period as the BOND/USDT exchange rate for BOND distribution. For an explanation of the calculation of the ad-hoc average daily closing rate, refer to this article