The world's largest crypto trading competition kicks off on August 18

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Aug 16, 2021

Crypto giant Bybit is holding the world's largest crypto trading contest, worth $7.5 million

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One of the largest crypto trading competitions in the world will be held. There is a total prize pool of $7.5 million in WSOT 2021, organized by crypto giant Bybit. Registration for the worldwide competition will begin on August 18.
- Competitors who register within the first 48 hours in the competition with a prize pool of 7,500,000 USDT will receive an early registration price of $ 70.
- Those who invite their friends to participate in the competition will receive a participation fee discount of up to 20%.
- In addition, more than 1,000 NFTs of 40 different types and 40,000 USDT worth of additional prizes await participants, with daily draws throughout the competition.
With a prize pool of up to 6,000,000 USDT for teams and up to 1,500,000 USDT for individual participants, WSOT 2021 is gearing up to welcome the world's most important cryptocurrencies. Participants can participate in the competition individually or as a team. In addition to the advantages valid for the first 48 hours, they will have the opportunity to win prizes worth more than 1,000 NFTs and 40,000 USDT through sweepstakes. In terms of growth rate, more than 12,000 competitors competed last year in WSOT, an event organized by Bybit, one of the fastest-growing crypto exchanges in the world. 135 teams and 2,128 individual competitors took part in the event, whose participants were awarded $27 million. The award has increased almost 4.5 times this year.

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