HitBTC, the most advanced cryptocurrency exchange, founded in 2013, and TradeSanta, cloud-based software designed to automate cryptocurrency trading, have partnered Sep. 26, to offer users the ability to trade with a 0% trading fee.
To take advantage of the offer, you need to go to the TradeSanta website and buy HitBTC Promo pack for just $20 a month. With this plan, users can create up to 50 bots, utilize an unlimited number of pairs and strategies, but, most importantly, trade on HitBTC with 0% Taker and Maker fee.
When trading on HitBTC, traders pay 0.1% Maker and 0.2% Taker fees. For users who have upgraded their verification, the fees start at 0.07% if the volume is less than or equal to one Bitcoin (BTC). The amount then decreases to 0.06% in Maker fees and 0.07% in Taker fees when the volume is less than or equal to 10 Bitcoins (BTC). And if the volume is less than or equal to 100 Bitcoins (BTC) the amount will decrease further to 0.05% in Maker fees and 0.07% in Taker fees.
However, due to the partnership between HitBTC and TradeSanta, users have a chance to not only trade on the exchange free of charge but also utilize the functionality of trading bots.
TradeSanta’s trading bots offer several advantages. They can handle more orders than humans, place a vast number of orders 24/7 and close deals with no emotions involved.
HitBTC is one of the oldest and fastest growing crypto exchanges in existence. It is the largest spot trading market in the industry with over 800 trading pairs and 500+ spot instruments supported.
Now the companies have partnered in the hope that two powerful instruments combined would
contribute to the community of traders.
If you have questions or need more information on the program, please contact TradeSanta support.
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