ABCC Exchange Starts Giveaway Campaign


Popular cryptocurrency exchange ABCC started a giveaway campaign yesterday which will last until the 21st of January, 12:00 UCT +8. The campaign gives participants the chance to win a considerable amount of their native token, ABCC Token (AT).

Participants will need to enable SMS authentification, fulfill their KYC requirements, join their official Telegram group, follow their official Twitter page, and submit a form. In the form, the exchange asks users to explain in one sentence their most memorable experience with ABCC.

Each user will be able to participate only once, and the top three winners will receive 3000 AT, 2000 AT and 1000 AT. There will also be consolation prizes of 50 AT for some users to be chosen at random by ABCC.

90% off Transaction Fees

Until the 23rd of January,  non-ToM (Trade to Mine) traders will get 90% off on transaction fees for the following trading pairs: ETC/USDT, BTC/USDT, ETH/USDT, EOS/USDT, XRP/USDT, and ADA/USDT. This offer is limited to non-ToM traders who do not participate in ABCC Token mining.

ABCC has been using a ToM model in order to create its native currency, ABCC Token (AT). AT is released via a Trade to Mine mechanism where traders receive AT rewards based on their transaction fee proportions.

Starting today, ABCC exchange is migrating to a new model of trading. Under this new model, they are separating miners and non-miners, so that not every user is a miner. And in order to become miners, users will have to apply and meet the specific requirements.

You can find more information about the migration and the new model here.

About ABCC Exchange

ABCC exchange is a new exchange but in a relatively short space of time, it has become very popular among users. Based in Singapore, it offers cryptocurrency trading with minimal fees, and features such as ABCC Cloud, Fiat trading, Options trading, and AT tokens.

You may also like to check out our ABCC review here.

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