ForexMinute.com – Canadian cryptocurrency exchange Vault of Satoshi has lately been in the news only for positive reasons. Upon receiving the full money service business license in Canada, the exchange has always tried innovative methods to win its customers’ trust. It had previously launched many attractive and innovative services, whether it is its coin-to-coin trading, or the decision to make its cold wallets public. In one of its recent developments, Vault of Satoshi has also entered the US markets by launching its full-feature service in Nevada and South Carolina.
This time, this renowned exchange has attempted something innovative. Unlike its international competitors, Vault of Satoshi has become the first cryptocurrency exchange ever to offer its customers with free trading and free depositions services. Customers earlier had to pay 1% trading fees on trades, 0.2% on coin-to-coin, $7.50 to deposit via PAD/EFT, and $1.50 for Instant Interac Payments – all of which is now free.
This special offer, however, is time bounded and will be accessible only until July 1st this year.
The announcement was first made by Adam Cochran – the Vault of Satoshi’s Director of Marketing. The man updated via twitter about their recent summer updates in which the exchange introduced customers with “automatic withdrawals, instant Interac deposits and partnerships to increase [their] volume.” In the next phase of the same summer update, the exchange has given customers “an opportunity to experience that platform and show [them] the VoS difference.”
Adam wrote on Reddit, “From now until the end of the July 1st weekend (and our Big Canada Day Celebration) we are offering FREE deposits and FREE trading. That’s right! No trading fees, and no fees on deposits.” He meanwhile also showed his excitement for their forthcoming summer updates that will likely to benefit their US and non-US customers.
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