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HitBTC Tinjau 2020

We are pleased to announce that an EMIREX (EMRX) trading contest with a prize pool of 15000 EMRX will take place on our platform from 00:00 (UTC) on April 19th to 00:00 (UTC) on April 30th, 2020.

How to participate?

  1. Trade EMRX on HitBTC during the contest period.
  2. Sit back, relax and wait until the end of the contest to see if you won. Users will be ranked on their buy and sell trade volumes during the contest period.

Prizes and Positions

1st: 4500 EMRX
2nd: 3000 EMRX
3rd: 2250 EMRX
4th: 1500 EMRX
5th: 750 EMRX
6th-10th: 600 EMRX

Good Luck and Happy Trading!

Please note that we have a zero-tolerance policy towards wash trading and other unfair trading strategies. Those suspected of wash trading will be excluded from the list of winners.

CEO Josh Smith talks about CureCoin, the latest edition to the HitBTC platform, and the race to end COVID-19

For this interview we conducted in honor of CureCoin joining the HitBTC ecosystem we talked with CureCoin’s CEO, Josh Smith. Smith developed CureCoin as an offshoot of [email protected], a non-profit project that simulates protein behavior with users’ computing power. CureCoin has incentivized the process of protein simulation, hoping to thereby draw in more users and boost the research process.

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Normally, CureCoin and [email protected] distribute computing power to research efforts into various degenerative diseases. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, CureCoin has prioritized research into the novel coronavirus in order to expedite the process of finding a cure.

We at HitBTC are pleased to welcome CureCoin to the community and hope our users find the interview with Josh informative. Additionally, if you haven’t yet, check out our fascinating first interview with a bioinformatics researcher contributing to the CureCoin project. For other projects looking to apply for support via our COVID-19 initiative, please check out our previous blog post. The deadline for applications runs through May 1.

HitBTC: You launched Curecoin in 2020 with the intention of supporting [email protected]’s computing research on protein misfolding diseases, including cancer, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s. Over the years your initiative has demonstrated an impressive use of blockchain technology in the real-world, encouraging everyday people to donate their computing power for further medical development. How did you come up with the idea of creating an altcoin with such a significant practical purpose? Was it your first project in the realm of blockchain science?

Josh Smith: The idea arrived back in 2020 while mining bitcoin was becoming an involved personal hobby for me. I was particularly interested in the parallel processing power being employed by GPU’s, and that is when I set out to see what else was taking advantage of this power. When I discovered [email protected], I knew I had found myself another great new hobby that I could really enjoy and began folding immediately. Back then there was a bit of an imbalance between the AMD and Nvidia cards being that Nvidia cards could fold much more efficiently than AMD. At first I started posting bounties on bitcointalk where I was offering small amounts of random cryptocurrency in exchange for people joining my team and folding. This system quickly started to evolve into more and the vision to create the world’s most powerful folding team was born. This was my first real project of any large substance in the blockchain world.

H: Why did you decide to become a part of the [email protected] project? Did you foresee its huge potential in combating debilitating disorders?

JS: Unlike some other Distributed Computing Network (DCN) projects related to protein folding, [email protected] deals directly with drug discovery and exploring intermediate states of proteins (in healthy cells and in those that are stressed by disease). While other projects are important, for example [email protected] builds on the work done by [email protected] (which primarily aims to find a final ‘conformational state’ of these proteins, [email protected], given a large enough scale of participation, can explore potential drug targets with the highest level of efficiency (especially since they can utilize the power of both modern CPUs and GPUs to do the work). Modern GPUs also happened to be the number one source of hashing power in the cryptocurrency community mining scrypt (like Litecoin). As their equipment obsolesced for mining, we thought [email protected] with Curecoin would be the perfect transition for those considering selling their used equipment to gamers. Incidentally, Curecoin’s mission is to add other biotechnology related DCN’s when the time and resources make that appropriate. Supporting multiple DCN platforms concurrently requires a lot of resources, since we not only have to deal with supporting our blockchain, but also we find ourselves supporting team members setting up their research software (which differs from DCN to DCN).

H: [email protected] is now considered to be one of the world’s most widely distributed and fastest computing systems with a speed of approximately 1.18 exaFLOPS, or 2.36 x86 exaFLOPS, allowing it to fold several proteins in the 1.5 millisecond time range. What’s been the role of CureCoin in achieving this level of performance? What was the most challenging aspect of implementing blockchain technology into various biological computations?

JS: Actually, [email protected]’s record of stability, security, and openness, and with the initial help of advisors we leveraged to help us access the legacy point reward system without straining their servers, made wrapping a blockchain reward system around their legacy Point Reward system relatively straight-forward. Since we rely on a trusted oracle, in the form of cryptobullionpools (Curecoin’s version of a cryptocurrency mining pool), and stats delivered securely from the [email protected] consortium (publically available) to our servers, we’ve been able to translate the legacy points reward system, into a blockchain with a controlled supply. With the help of over 30,000 registered participants (5,000 active at any one time currently), we’ve been able to generate over 1.1 Trillion points on [email protected]’s system (which have been translated into rewards on our blockchain). This has far exceeded the performance of any team in [email protected]’s history over the long term. There are teams that have been spurred into rapid response with the latest coronavirus crisis affecting all of us, but we’re confident those new participants will take a look at our system more closely in the next few weeks and months. It makes us wonder why the big players in the tech world (many of whom we’ve reached out to) were not really pushing [email protected] to help research Cancer, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, Influenza, HIV and Ebola over the past 20 years.

H: What novel methods do [email protected] researchers utilize to statistically analyse the dynamics of protein folding? Are there other cases that you see where projects can be modernized with the help of blockchain technologies in order to make the best use of their networks?

JS: It should be noted, the research is largely exploratory, and weighted towards academics; thus the 220 published papers based on the project to date have been referenced in more than 3,600 other studies, some related to AI, neural networks, and big data analytics (not just drug discovery). [Markov modeling provides a robust understanding of specific clusters within proteins that are grouped in certain strains, mutations, or any specific characteristic that could be unknown]. All research results are open-sourced, and available upon request from the consortium. Even negative results are good, since they can help to keep other researchers from “re-inventing the wheel”.

DCN contributions by individuals and companies are a personal choice. Whether you decide to contribute anonymously as an altruist, or create your own team, fold with an existing one, or join our team doing something truly unique (to support your power consumption, equipment maintenance, and building a science-based digital economy that we’ve named “Epistemic Currency”. We define this as “Using work to generate scientific data and knowledge as a commodity”. Blockchain organizations could have a greater impact on DCN related research if DCN’s could digitally sign certificates of completion for participants, adding a level of security and decentralization to the Proof-of-Work alternative we demonstrate. Because some consider contributions of computational power at purely philanthropic levels, getting policy changes at DCN’s to help blockchain endeavors have proven to be challenging so far.

H: Recently, the Curecoin team has managed to generate 1 trillion cumulative points on [email protected]’s network, which is an unprecedented result. Why, do you suppose, your initiative has turned into such an attractive cause for crypto philanthropists?

JS: A virtuous circle is created by the forming of the combination of a desire by individuals to help humanity by protein folding… and the hope to make some money as well, or philanthropic giving. Let’s look at a direct comparison of most teams in the [email protected] network to those teams with crypto currencies being rewarded, such as Curecoin.

The typical team does have the team camaraderie and the joy of doing the needed protein folding work. These team performances are driven by people who have multiple talents, namely, computer expertise, very modern fast GPUs, and the ability to pay for electricity on a long-term basis without compensation.

In contrast, those teams that issue a successful crypto currency for protein folding are also able to attract buyers of the currency. End users of a currency utilise it or buy it speculatively with hopes of a price rise in the future, or with the knowledge that purchasing and holding Curecoins is a form of philanthropic giving. These outside users buy the currency from the Curecoin team folders, thus partially or completely offsetting the cost of electricity and/or the price of GPUs. This enables a greater number of people to fold for the team, at more points per day by any given folder. Thus, we count as team members those who use and buy the currency, not only those who fold. People who can afford to buy Curecoins, or take Curecoins in payment for items either directly, or on their website using Coinpayments.net, but don’t have the interest to develop high-end computer folding systems, are just as important as people who fold. The efficiency is very high, because efficient folders spend effort folding, while efficient workers in other fields work at their specialty, and will potentially receive Curecoins for their work or buy them for philanthropic or usage purposes. Creating a robust network of non-profits, merchants and workers who accept Curecoin payments is certainly one of our intermediate-term goals. This is the full-circle mission: to create direct payments, and to benefit humanity’s basic research in the sciences in the process.

H: Considering the growing awareness of the project and its unique merged mining concept, how do you see the future of Curecoin?

JS: Curecoin retired the version 1.0 merge-mining concept in 2020 (80% to folders, and 20% split between SHA-256 miners and PoS wallet holders). Instead, today’s version 2.0 model still includes folding rewards as the primary incentive to earn Curecoin, but Proof-of-Stake has moved to around 4% per annum to encourage folders to hold the coins with no additional need to use ‘mining’ to secure the blockchain.

If we’re talking about merge-folding, then that would be our partnership with Foldingcoin – where the same folding account could earn both CURE and FLDC (a counterparty asset) for the same folding computations. This is still available, and although there are questions about the future of Counterparty, FLDC may have some interesting solutions to solve the dilemma. Merge-folding was introduced to create redundancy for both science blockchains. Taking two varied approaches to rewards, on two separate blockchains, helps to ensure that our coins’ mutual legacy and value can survive adversity.

H: Currently, Curecoin is greatly assisting [email protected] in its quest for a coronavirus vaccine which is urgently needed to end the 2020 global pandemic. What is special about working on the COVID-19 infection compared to your experience with the Ebola virus epidemic in 2020?

JS: [These diseases are not the same in how they are transmitted (nor in the RNA they contain): The coronavirus is a single-stranded, positive-sense RNA virus, while Ebola is a single-stranded negative-sense RNA virus, so how they bind inside our cells is different. The coronavirus is a respiratory disease that can be transmitted merely through breathing the same air in close proximity of an asymptomatic patient, Ebola is a hemorrhagic fever transmitted only through contact with bodily fluids of patients who are visibly ill.]

Even though the Coronaviruss fatality rates of infected individuals averages below 4% (compared to 50% for Ebola), it’s aerosolized method of transmission makes the COVID-19 potentially much deadlier on a broad scale. The good news for both infections is, there was existing data on similar diseases at the time of outbreak. Hemorrhagic fever for Ebola, and SARS for coronavirus. [email protected] is using the SARS research they did in response to the 2003 SARS epidemic to jump-start their research.

Researchers take a three pronged approach:

  1. Find existing drug compounds that could help reduce the severity and spread.
  2. Create new anti-virals (protease inhibitors) which prevent the proliferation of the virus inside the human body AFTER infection.
  3. Create a vaccine to prevent the virus from attaching and infecting our cells in the first place.

[email protected] research has focused on all three to some degree – finding compounds that block the spike proteins from binding (vaccine) – ominously named the “Demogorgon” after the creature from “Stranger Things” that bears its resemblance). And looking at protease inhibitors (anti-virals), which, once infected, prevent the coronavirus RNA from fully maturing inside their capsids (their protective crystalline coating) – letting the immune system work on ridding our bodies of the now-inert virus bodies.

H: Are you aiming to engage as many crypto enthusiasts as possible to fight against the disease? Do you think it’s important for blockchain businesses to focus on your activity in order to accelerate their own mass adoption efforts?

JS: Yes, the idea behind CureCoin was to bring in both large scale GPU/CPU farms made for cryptocurrency mining and also the “average” user who would be using anything from an older desktop cpu to a single newer gaming rig with 1 or 2 modern CPUs. The crypto enthusiasts could make a world of difference with their larger scale computer clusters. The current Curecoin results have already proven that this is one of the best ways to accelerate research by attracting large and small scale users. If all (or even 25% for that matter) of the cryptocurrency miners in the world united to join [email protected] with us, we could potentially change modern medicine and the world as we know it.

It would help a lot in the long run for crypto businesses to help us highlight the work we are doing. Mass adoption of this system is the key to accelerating this research.

H: Except for donating unused computing power, how can crypto projects, including crypto exchanges, help Curecoin and [email protected]? Are you seeking any other kinds of cooperation?

JS: Certainly the more listings Curecoin can get on exchanges, with diversified trading pairs could help Curecoin reach more communities within crypto who are focused on their own unique missions. We talk about this in our white paper – looking at purchasing CURE as a carbon offset which in this case, represents an act beneficial to humanity. Higher volume and increased interest encourages more people to participate in our realm of citizen science – and will result in larger amounts of computational research being accomplished. Curecoins help subsidize protein folders’ power consumption and equipment. In turn, this gives us resources to fund expansion of the project in terms of diversifying the citizen science we support and help decentralize our model for broader adoption.

Simply incorporating more citizen science projects into Curecoin in the future would increase Curecoins’ utility and encourage more people to participate in research around the world.

Getting more “low-power” folders involved in the concept is also critical. Many first time users look at the top folders list, and are discouraged to find their earnings on the Curecoin system are overshadowed by people with “means” who can dedicate a small data-center’s worth of computing power. We’ve introduced concepts like FoldingClub to help level the playing field through pooled folding. We focused it around our 501(c)3 sponsored charity The Curecoin Project, with a portion of the earnings from the FoldingClub going to prizes that include Bitcoin, Curecoin, Foldingcoin.oin, Amazon gift cards, and occasionally a nice GPU to give folks an incentive. This allowed even people with 10 year old laptops in West African nations to participate and win … and in countries where people survive on $60 dollars a month – an $80 Amazon gift card was a pretty big deal.

We were certain Curecoin could change the minds of women regarding crypto, a group disproportionately under-represented in both realms (crypto and [email protected]). Only 3% of [email protected] participants are female – and thus the same probably translates to Curecoin. Even attending a conference for women in technology at Berkeley didn’t seem to move the needle. We are really hoping to change that paradigm beyond gaining a few “likes” on social media, but at least we were able to attract one of our science contributors, who happens to be a brilliant woman.

We could definitely use one or more well-known celebrities to help promote Curecoin and [email protected]

It would also be great if one or more scientists could help to translate the published academic papers from [email protected] into layman’s terms, thereby helping the public understand what is being accomplished… We are willing to publish these summaries on our website.

Curecoin has donated over $41,000 to charities thus far, so feel free to help out with that or the work of our all-volunteer team overhead expenses.

Our team of folders and supporters would like to thank the staff of HitBTC for your work in highlighting projects that are fighting COVID-19. Stay well.

Interview with bioinformatics contributor for CureCoin, newest project in the HitBTC ecosystem

Back at the end of March we announced the start of our COVID-19 initiative, which we launched in order to help projects looking to join in the fight against the global coronavirus pandemic. We are happy to share that we were able to interview Josh Smith from CureCoin, the first project we have integrated as part of the initiative, along with a contributing scientist and bioinformatics guru working hands on with the data at the heart of the project. The first interview we will release will be with the bioinformatics and data analyst, who will remain unnamed due to ongoing restrictions applied to the scientists partaking in this research.

CureCoin got started in 2020 as part of the [email protected] project. [email protected] is an initiative backed by Stanford University that has been using a distributed computer network to collate computing power in order to study how proteins misfold themselves. Protein misfolding is a process that occurs over time in the human body due to mutations and other changes and leads to a variety of degenerative diseases.

With everything that has been happening due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, [email protected] has prioritized research related to COVID-19 in order to help better understand the disease and thereby come up with a cure.

HitBTC: How are proteinopathies similar between cancer, Alzheimer’s, Huntingtons and infectious diseases – how can only a few pieces of software (GROMACS, OpenMM, etc) cover such a broad range of diseases?

Contributing Scientist: Well, for sure, all diseases can vary in strains and mutations, what we know is based on current health data of individuals suffering from those diseases. There are other diseases that could cause cancer and other infectious diseases in the long term as one individual hits a certain age. Unfortunately, many disease causes rely on unknowns on whether someone inherited it, or whether it was caused by other diseases, etc. To interpret all these causes, yes in-silico modeling can provide us with certain answers to start developing therapeutics and be able to make them safe. Cells receptors and protein binding is what we are interested in the most; on whether a cancerous cell can be killed by entering through its receptors and hitting its nucleus destroying that cell, or keeping our immune cells safe by developing blockers to deactivate foreign cells to prevent killing our cells like the T-Cells, B-Cells … (immune cells) that fight for us to kill those foreign cells. Most drug bindings are emphasized to create or design blockers or inhibitors to protect our immune cells [and let them do their job]. The study of immune cells in a silico modelling is another part of informatics that helps us understand their behaviour and molecular structure when cells enter into a stressful situation.

H: How do you foresee the huge potential in combating debilitating disorders using distributed supercomputing compared to dedicated supercomputers? (cost, availability during time sharing, etc)

CS: Well yes it’s essential to utilize all the tools necessary to understand a disease, and be able to take it to the lab running experiments that will cut cost and time since using lab equipment, reagents etc are super expensive to maintain and use.

H: [email protected] is now considered to be one of the world’s most widely distributed and fastest computing systems with a speed of approximately 1.18 exaFLOPS, or 2.36 x86 exaFLOPS, allowing it to fold several proteins in the 1.5 millisecond time range. How does this compare to experimental crystallography methods of the past?

CS: This part is more for a chemist or biochemist that is using “experimental crystallography methods”. [From my experience] when developing a certain molecule, we use radiation to break bonds and to determine potency we used radioactive Iodine-125 bioassays and similar compounds – so YES having a computer modelling allows us to see the molecules folding and predict how to target those receptors better [without the need for costly, often inaccurate chemical experiments early on].

H: What is a k-factor in protein folding dynamics and molecular simulations – the factor that is used in determining Points awarded to protein folders on [email protected]?

CS: K-factor is part of what determines the PPD point value of a [email protected] Work Unit (WU). Based on [email protected]’s description, many factors go into determining a WU’s value. The kinematic and thermodynamics variables that induce difficulty in protein folding, and the scientific value resulting from a successful simulation of that molecule’s structure. Traditionally, chemists have done this all day. Dangerously! Bravo to them, and bravo for them risking their lives in those research labs! That’s one of the biggest value-adds to research in-silico simulations. [The Urey-Miller Ab initio nanoreactor experiment perhaps shows this most clearly (see also Carl Sagan on Cosmos). In 1952, scientists basically tried to create life in a jar, simulating conditions (through many permutations) that were found on earth before life arose. They were able to find some organic compounds, but the experiment was limited by equipment funding and dedicated lab time. In 2020, [email protected] was able to take the same experiment, and run it virtually on [email protected] software through thousands of permutations. They were able to find 600 unique organic compounds never seen on earth today – similar to the compounds we are just beginning to uncover hidden deep inside meteorites. It’s not “life” as we know it, but it represents life’s fundamental building blocks].

H: What novel methods do [email protected] researchers utilize to statistically analyse the dynamics of protein folding? AI is used to both generate the initial folding model, AND to analyse all the data generated by the protein folders. Why are Markov state models the preferred method for analyzing protein models?

CS: Yes, in-silico modeling is what everyone looks at first [in the FDA drug approval process] – which is essential these days. Markov modelling provides a robust understanding of specific clusters that are grouped in certain strains, mutations, or any specific characteristic that could be unknown. Markvov works well by giving a great amount of data already from that specific mRNA, cell type, receptors (e.g., ion channels), or other to classify each one as one group based on certain characteristics or variables as an identifier… depending on what you are trying to accomplish obviously, the algorithms can be tailored to characterize each given molecule.

H: As the available computational power now exceeds 1 exaflop — faster than some of the world’s top supercomputers — what kind of exploration can be done at this level? Can you explore Ion channels, protein folding time scales, etc?

CS: As more computational power we have available through distributed computing, the more “super complex systems” (like ion channels) can be explored in ways not possible less than a decade ago. Understandably, humans have the most studied, yet most complex metabolisms, and immune systems. Thus to fight diseases requires an extraordinary amount of computational power. [Even with all the available power, we are decades away from being able to fully simulate entire organs, let alone an entire human being].

H: How does the COVID-19 research compare with the Ebola virus epidemic in 2020? Could you discuss the different types of viruses (positive-strand vs negative-strand RNA) and their means of transmission?

CS: These diseases are neither the same in how they are transmitted nor in the RNA they contain (a coronavirus is a single-stranded, positive-sense RNA virus, while Ebola is a single-stranded negative-sense RNA virus, so how they bind inside our cells is different). Coronavirus is a respiratory disease that can be transmitted merely through breathing the same air in close proximity of an asymptomatic patient, Ebola is a hemorrhagic fever transmitted only through contact with bodily fluids of patients who are visibly ill.

While CureCoin is the first project we have integrated via our initiative, we hope to add more projects that are trying to make a meaningful impact in the fight against the virus. In the meantime, we hope you find the interviews informative.

The HitBTC Cryptohopper Giveaway

We are teaming up with Cryptohopper to offer 1 month discount codes for their Adventurer Hopper trader package and unlimited access to the Cryptohopper Academy!

How to apply:

  1. Sign up on HitBTC.
  2. Sign up on Cryptohopper.
  3. There has to be a balance equivalent to no less than $100 (in USDT, BTC or ETH) on your account by April 20.
  4. Submit your account email to: https://cryptohopper.typeform.com/to/BDgJpU

New and existing users welcome!

We appreciate each and everyone of our users and strive to give you the best trading experience available on the market. We are very pleased that thanks to our new partnership you now have access to some unique opportunities right here on HitBTC.

Apply now and take your crypto trading to the next level!

End date: April 20th, 2020.

EDIT: Please note that this giveaway has been extended until May 1st, 2020.

Demo HitBTC is live. HitBTC launches virtual trading platform

We are pleased to announce that we have launched a demo platform where our users can try and test trading strategies for free, with a virtual balance, in real-life market conditions.

The new demo platform includes most of the features from our main platform. It also offers an exclusive margin trading feature with x5 leverage that allows users to initiate a margin trade with a requirement to commit a percentage of the total order value.

For our users’ benefit and education we added 3 trading pairs, namely:

The new demo platform will run separately from our main platform and will require you to sign up. Please click here to create a free account.

After you sign up, you will get a virtual demo fund of 100 USDT TST and 0.01 BTC TST to trade with.

For user convenience, our demo service will work through its own new webpage and API. We offer one of the most advanced API service solutions in the crypto space, and it works seamlessly with both algorithmic trading systems and real-time order execution.

Go ahead and test out your trading strategies today risk-free with our new demo trading platform.

ROOBEE Trading Contest on HitBTC

We are pleased to announce that a ROOBEE trading contest with a prize pool of 4300 USDT tokens will take place on our platform from 00:00 (UTC) on April 7th to 00:00 (UTC) on April 17th, 2020.

How to participate?

  • Trade ROOBEE on HitBTC during the contest period.
  • Sit back, relax and wait until the end of the contest to see if you won. Users will be ranked on their buy and sell trade volumes during the contest period.

Prizes and Positions

1: 1500 USDT
2: 1000 USDT
3: 700 USDT
4: 400 USDT
5: 200 USDT
6-10: 100 USDT

Good Luck and Happy Trading!

Please note that we have a zero-tolerance policy towards wash trading and other unfair trading strategies. Those suspected of wash trading will be excluded from the list of winners.

HitBTC will provide support for social startups helping with the COVID-19 crisis

Dear crypto community,

In response to the outbreak and continued spread of Coronavirus affecting people all over the planet, we would like to announce that we will be doing our part at HitBTC to help out socially important crypto projects that are working to combat the disease.

To that end, we are offering platform integration for digital assets developed by projects that support healthcare activities and cutting-edge science initiatives that may need computing power donations.

To apply for HitBTC support, please send an email to [email protected], with the following information:

– Project name
– Project website
– Brief description
– White Paper
– Project GitHub profile
– All your social media profiles

It is very important that you let us know how exactly your assets contribute to the fight against COVID-19, so please make sure to address this issue as well.

We will be accepting applications up to and including May 1st.

Times are tough for many right now, but people from all different industries and walks of life have been answering the call and doing their best to make things better. HitBTC is happy to do what we can in this time of need.

Please stay safe and healthy!

Tachyon Protocol (IPX) Trading Contest on HitBTC

We are pleased to announce that we will hold a Tachyon Protocol (IPX) trading contest on our platform with a prize pool of 216,445 IPX tokens from 00:00 (UTC) on March 24th to 00:00 (UTC) on April 7th, 2020.

How to participate?

  1. Trade IPX against BTC during the contest period.
  2. Wait until the end of the contest period to see if you won. Users will be ranked on their buy and sell trade volumes during the contest.

Prizes and Positions

1st prize – 90,000 IPX
2nd prize – 50,000 IPX
3rd prize – 30,000 IPX
4th prize – 15,000 IPX
5the prize – 10,000 IPX
6th to 10th prizes – 4289 IPX

Good luck and happy trading!

Please note that we have a zero-tolerance policy towards wash trading and other unfair trading strategies. Those suspected of wash trading will be excluded from the list of winners.

DASH Trading Contest on HitBTC

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a Dash (DASH) trading contest on our platform from 00:00 (UTC) on March 18, 2020 to 00:00 (UTC) on April 15, 2020.

Trade DASH on HitBTC for a chance to win top prizes including a selection of some of the best state-of-the-art laptops for trading as well as DASH tokens!

How to participate

  • Trade DASH against BTC during the contest period.
  • Your DASH balance at the end of the contest cannot be lower than your DASH balance at the start.

All users will be ranked in terms of their total DASH trading volume on their HitBTC account (including both Buys and Sells) during the competition period.

Prizes and Positions

1st place: will receive a free ASUS VivoBook (X571GT-BQ037) + $500 in DASH

2nd place: will win a free Dell G3 3590 + $500 in DASH

3rd to 8th places : $3,000 in DASH divided in proportion to their respective volumes

Good luck and happy trading!

The 3rd Silverway (SLV) Trading Contest on HitBTC

We are excited to announce that we will hold a third SLV trading contest with a prize pool of 100,000 SLV tokens to give away to a number of lucky winners.

The contest will run from 00:00 (UTC) on March 12th to 00:00 (UTC) on March 21st, 2020.

How to take part?

Trade SLV against BTC on our platform during the contest period.
Your SLV balance at the end of the contest cannot be lower than your SLV balance at the start.
Wait to see if you were one of the lucky winners. Users will be ranked in terms of their net buys of SLV during the contest period (buys minus sells).

Prizes and Positions

Prize pool: 100,000 SLV

1st prize: 33,000 SLV
2nd prize: 22,000 SLV
3rd prize: 14,000 SLV
4th prize: 7,000 SLV
5th-10th prize: 4,000 SLV

Accumulate more SLV by showcasing your best trading skills.

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