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*Verify your account, deposit $20 or more and make 1 trade (all within 30 days) to get $50. Bonus withdrawal can be subject to additional commission (more details in Terms & Conditions or at support@currency.com)

To take part in Currency.com Daily Challenge you should carry out at least one Leverage-operation during the respective day.
Positions in the leaderboard are distributed according to the participants’ profit from Leverage-operations opened and closed during the day.
The daily size of the reward for participation will be at least 10 % of the total amount of fees and charges paid by Currency.com's clients (the trading fees with and without leverage, funding and “guaranteed stop-loss” condition fees) for carried out during each new day (from 00.00.01 to 23.59.59 on Minsk time) relevant transactions on the cryptoplatform.
The award is distributed between 3 top participants in the following order:
1st place - 50% of the award
2nd place - 30% of the award
3rd place - 20% of the award
Positions in the leaderboard are distributed according to the participants’ profits from leveraged trades opened and closed during the day.

What is a tokenised stock?

It is a token that mirrors the value of a real asset: you can sell or buy it at the price of the underlying stock, it can bring dividends. Currency.com is the world's one and only regulated cryptoexchange, where you can legally buy more than 1,300 different cryptocurrencies and tokens.

For more details read a whitepaper


Tokenised assets are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how tokenised assets and leverage work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Nothing in the above article should be regarded as a recommendation to trade generally, to trade on a particular platform or to trade in a particular asset. Asset prices can go down as well as up and past performance is not a guide to future performance. Investors and traders should thoroughly research an asset or strategy before making any trading or investment decision and if necessary seek professional advice.