UK: Derivatives Unlike Any Before… Launching On 31/05/2021
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The CloseCross one-stop shop serving non-custodial and
unleveraged derivatives on crypto, stocks, indexes, commodities,
and forex is opening its doors on May 31st
Derivatives (or as we call it Virtual Prediction Floors) will be
across time horizons of a few hours to months.Eligible traders will
need to simply make the correct predictions of asset prices, at the
specified date and time, to make money without taking on any
leverage at all.
Traders will be engaging with our platform in 3 easy steps as
Traders will be able to take in the simplicity and intuitive
approach of profiting from asset price movements in any direction
without compromising on theirdeserved returns.The multiparty setup
of CloseCross derivatives (or VPFs) ensure that traders do not need
to take on leverage for potentially outsized returns*
The traders will have many more benefits beyond the simplicity
and ease of use
- Traders only pay commission on their profitable trades (as low
as 0.25%). CloseCross has no other hidden charges. No account
opening fees. No trading fees. No other trading charges.
- CloseCross derivatives are time incentivized. The earlier the
trader makes the correct prediction, the higher their profits will
- CloseCross derivatives are non-custodial, making the traders
self-sovereign and always in control.
- CloseCross is a trader-only environment. Traders never go
against a house or centralized issuer,which has a balance of power
in its favour and works against the traders.
With CloseCross, traders will be able to regain a level playing
field for the first time.
Moreover, traders will be able to generate a referral network
allowingthem to make as much as 33% of what CloseCross earns from
the people they referred to us.
*Traders must get their predictions right to generate profits.
Traders will lose 100% of their committed funds if they are
incorrect.Products may vary depending on traders’
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