Get paid when selling your bitcoin. OVEX launches incredible incentive

Here in SA, the crypto-currency and blockchain sector is considered to be relatively new. There are many differences faced by crypto enthusiasts and traders when utilising crypto exchanges to trade when compared to the international markets.

Johannesburg, 05 Aug 2019
Read time 2min 40sec

One glaring difference is the price difference when purchasing crypto-currencies via local exchanges. Another difference is the fees incurred when buying or selling your digital assets via an exchange here. However, you, the investor, need not suffer at the behest of price disparity when purchasing bitcoin and other crypto-currencies.

This press release will cover how you can save money and actually make money from selling your BTC funds with OVEX Cryptocurrency Exchange.

Why there is a price difference for bitcoin in SA:

There’s a simple reason for this. Many exchanges argue this is due to the fact that there is no standard or global bitcoin price. Furthermore, local prices are determined by supply and demand.

Currently, there is a high demand for bitcoin in South Africa, and this has led to a definite price disparity, making the crypto-currency more expensive to purchase via local exchanges as opposed to international exchanges such as Coinbase or Binance.

With OVEX Cryptocurrency Exchange, however, investors have the option of purchasing bitcoin at international rates through OVEX’s arbitrage trading platform. (Learn more here.)

In addition, Bitcoin has been going through some bullish moves as of late, and this resulted in the price of BTC surging. Thus, many HODLERs (a term for an investor who holds onto his/her crypto) are holding on to their BTC assets in hopes of making stronger gains.

OVEX’s 0.20% negative fee offer:

In an effort to encourage bitcoin HODLERs in SA, OVEX is rolling out a new promotion in which users will no longer be charged exchange fees for selling their bitcoin. Instead, they’ll be rewarded 0.20% of their trade volume for selling their bitcoin assets for ZAR. This means OVEX users will actually get paid when selling with OVEX, instead of paying a trading fee; does that not sound like any trader's dream?

If you’re a HODLER, now would be the ideal time to sell some of your BTC. Not only will you make a profit in light of Bitcoin’s performance in the past few months, but you’ll also get addition bucks back, just for selling via OVEX.

And if you’re a trader that frequently sells BTC for ZAR, why not add an extra 1.2% profit (up to 1.2% profit depending on the fee you would usually be charged for selling your BTC on other local exchanges) to your trade by selling on OVEX. OVEX is fully equipped with advanced API functionality and an impressive trading UI. Check it out now!

OVEX’s 0.20% negative fees promotion kicks off from 5 August and will run for six weeks or longer. This is the perfect opportunity for investors to make a profit from arbitrage trading on the exchange and earn extra money just from the promotion.

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Thomas van der Linde (+27) 83 314 6643