Start generating attractive revenue with Bitfinex. The cryptocurrency exchange has introduced a loyalty program that will allow users to earn “unlimited” commissions, company representatives say.
On October 17, Bitfinex officially announced the launch of its Affiliate Program. In fact, it is a three-level referral program, the participants of which will be able to attract new users through the distribution of links and receive rewards.
The Bitfinex Affiliate Program is here!
— Bitfinex (@bitfinex) October 17, 2019
According to the press release, the platform is ready to pay up to 38% of its trading commissions for each referral. For users who came to Bitfinex through a referral link, they offer a discount of 6%.
Besides, certain program participants will receive multiplayer rights up to 2.16x from their commissions. For this, you need to pass account verification or accumulate internal Unus Sed LEO tokens in the amount of at least 500 Tethers (USDT).
Bitfinex CTO, Paolo Ardoino, explains, “affiliate program is the only one that offers unlimited rebates up to 3 levels of connection, state of the art dashboard, to track your revenues in a transparent and granular way, rebate multipliers if your referrals get verified or buy LEO, real-time updates. And success is obvious. Just in 24 hours ‘more than 500 Bitfinex Affiliates have already received their first rebate.”
Here you can learn how it all works.
Strong sides of Bitfinex
In spite of its dubious reputation and scandals, Bitfinex is still emphasizing its advantages. These include:
- Convenient user-friendly interface;
- Powerful functionality for trading, margin trading, trailing stops, etc.;
- Upon verification you can trade fiat currencies and withdraw funds to bank accounts;
- Commissions are lower than most exchanges offer;
- High liquidity. The exchange is one of the main players in daily trading volume;
- There are no limits on the withdrawal unlike all on other exchanges;
- A high degree of protection against theft, 2FA support.
Besides, it has recently breathed a sigh of relief as the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court ruled in its favor.
And yet it is still ready to defend itself should such a necessity occur.