The tournament consists of three big events and supplemented with four smaller campaigns for both individual and group participants, with cash prizes ranging from 10 USDT to 100,000 USDT per event. Incentives for the smaller events include prizes for referrals and deposits, enabling users to receive free SNAP tokens [which can later be redeemed with USDT].
To join the tournament, all you need to do is to register as a user on SnapEx, complete your KYC, and make a minimum deposit of 50 USDT. There are no registration fees and you can even win prizes in USDT by trading from your Demo account.
How to Join:
You can choose to participate as an individual, join a team, or even apply to be a team leader and build your own team! You can also trade from your Demo or Real accounts, depending on which event you want to join. For Demo account participants, you need to complete KYC to be eligible. For Real accounts, you need to complete KYC and make a deposit of minimum 50 USDT.
This is the first major tournament created by SnapEx, with many more regular contests to come in the near future.
Created for the every day trader, users can trade contracts on SnapEx from as low as 5 USDT and leverage as high as 100x. The low entry bar into contract trading on SnapEx aims to attract both crypto and non-crypto traders while encouraging greater adoption of the blockchain industry, making it an ideal option for everyone from first-time to seasoned traders.
SnapEx also boasts far more stable and fair digital asset prices – achieved by using a K-line weighted average drawn from 4 major crypto exchanges. There is also zero platform spread which minimizes slippages.
With SnapEx contract trading, you can easily hedge market risks with only a small amount of capital and without needing to purchase the actual trading asset. In addition, SnapEx contract trading does not have an expiry date, which allows the flexibility to close positions according to market changes.
*Total cash prizes are worth up to 600,000 USDT. Winner may claim individual prizes based on the type of event participated.