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Singapore, Singapore–(Newsfile Corp. – September 7, 2022) – BitKeep, a unique and innovative decentralized crypto wallet, launched an exciting “Trading Event” on August 22, 2022.

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“The NFT dividend carnival is an important start for BitKeep to perfect the Web3 ecosystem, and BitKeep staff hope to gradually solve the NFT liquidity crunch through this event,” said CEO of BitKeep.
The NFT market of BitKeep has gained popularity and has more than 200k NFTs listed for sale, more than 1.6 million NFTs stored. It presently generates over $14 million in terms of monthly trading volume, positioning itself as the largest NFT trading market on BNB chain, the 3rd on Polygon and the 6th in the whole blockchain industry in terms of user base and trading volume.
An NFT Trading Dividend Introduction
BitKeep has fully prepared for this special event. Users who have traded NFTs in the top five traded collections during the event will be eligible to share the prize. This move is inspired by the mechanism of DeFi and NFT-Fi, aiming to solve the liquidity crunch of major NFT platforms.
How to Join the BitKeep NFT Trading Dividends Event
As of this moment, the trading volume of this event has exceeded 1 million USDT and the prize pools of Ethereum, BNB Chain and Polygon have reached a level of 20,000USDT altogether.
As for the participation in the trading event, BitKeep users must connect to their wallet and complete the trading task.
“BitKeep staff give their participants the option to choose whether they would like to swap or forge their NFTs and the introduction of Cloud Wallet has catered for the needs of individual investors,” the organizer of this trading week said, while talking about the event.
As with all events, there are rules that participants must follow to be able to join the event:
1. Users who have traded NFTs in the top five traded NFT collections during the event will share the prize pool on a pro rata basis.
Prize Pool = Base Prize + TX Fee Income x 50%
Their prize = prize pool x collection weight/number of traders
2. The total value of the prize pool and the transaction volume of each project will be updated once every 12 hours along with the increase in transaction volume;
3. Users need to claim their dividends after the event and withdraw the assets to their Cloud Wallet;
4. Users can then withdraw the assets from their Cloud Wallet for other use.
Follow BitKeep’s official blog to know more about ongoing exciting events. Join the BitKeep team on Telegram and catch the latest trend in the world of decentralized wallets.
About BitKeep NFT Market
BitKeep NFT market, the first NFT marketplace in the blockchain world to allow the purchase of NFT with any token while providing a platform for INO events, supports NFT projects on Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Klaytn, etc.
As a Web3.0 multi-chain wallet, BitKeep NFT market is doing far more than providing trade dividends: INO event, the ongoing K-NFT(Korean NFT) week… Through continuous exploration of user preferences, BitKeep never stops the pace to develop innovative functions such as cross-chain swap and instant gas transactions, as well as to provide the finest digital assets and first-class user experience, and BitKeep is dedicated to building a refined ecosystem in the world of Web3.0.
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