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The game will end in:
Up to 50 BTC
50 BTC = $ 511,295
Get a random bonus of up to $ 100*

*Subject to account verification and 3 trades. Bonus can be withdrawn only after the corresponding amount of commissions are paid.
BTC Brawl
25 BTC
30 prizes

How to win?
Rules BTC Brawl
Trade with profits and win!
All participants are divided into 3 leagues based on trading volume:
Hamsters
Volume traded from $1000 to $249 000
Bulls
volume traded over $250 000
Whales
volume traded over $1 000 000
The most profitable traders win
BTC Brawl leaders
Whales
Bulls
Hamsters



Bulls’ run!
25 BTC
100 prizes

How to win?
Rules Bull's run!
Trade. Invite friends. Collect points.

The more points you get the higher you are in the leaderboard.

+
10 points
for every $1 of commission paid
+
20 points
for every $1 of commission paid from “asset of the week”
trades (see rules for more details)
+
5 points
for every $1 of commission paid by a friend
+
100 points
for every friend that has registered and completed a trade
+
100 points for a “Strike”
5 trades in 1 day of each of the following assets:
Commodities, Forex, Shares, Crypto, Indices
+
1000 points
for the 10th “Strike”
+
1500 points
for the 15th “Strike”
+
2000 points
for the 20th “Strike”
Bulls' run leaders
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Whitepaper

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