ProBit Celebrates Upcoming BTC Halving by Offering up to 100% Trading Fee Refunds in PROB for All Trading Pairs

To celebrate the upcoming Bitcoin Halving Day and onboard first-time traders, ProBit Exchange has revamped its Trade Mining Program last April 22, making every trading pair on the exchange eligible for up to 100% trading fee refunds in ProBit Token (PROB).

Up to 100% Trading Fee Refunds in PROB for All Trading Pairs

PROB tokens have been the beneficiary of a stellar 5-month span of consistent returns and the new Trade Mining event has sparked considerable interest as users can now mine PROB for each trade they complete on ProBit Exchange. 

Trade Mining is a program that enables users to refund their trading fees as the unique mechanism would convert the specific trading fee amount into PROB tokens, utilizing the most recent 24-hour average price.

All traders at ProBit now automatically receive 1-100% of trading fee refunds according to their specific membership level and how much PROB they have staked. Staking 100,000 PROB unlocks VIP 6 which activates 100% trade mining rewards and essentially affords effective free trading for all pairs.

Even starting membership levels will now receive trading fee refunds. Standard members will benefit from 1% trade mining rewards while the VIP1 refund rate has also been increased to 5%

Traders at ProBit can also get lower trading fees by paying trading fees with PROB. The top tier of VIP 11 boasts the platform’s lowest trading fees of 0.03%, but Trade Mining will not apply when utilizing PROB for trading fee payments. 

Daily Trade Mining rewards are sent to staking wallets on the next calendar day before 24:00 KST. 

The limited-time event will run from April 22, 2020, 00:00 KST until June 1, 2020, 0:00 KST to enable all users to participate and experience the significant benefits of Trade Mining.

ProBit Exchange is a top global exchange that has seen a doubling of trading activities across their 300+ markets and has become a one-stop trading platform for tokens and stablecoins. 



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