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Kucoin Launches Institutional Investor Program

Kucoin Institutional Investor Program

To encourage the institutional investors on KuCoin to participate more actively in trading activities, Kucoin has announced a new program, the Institutional Investor Program. Institutional Investors are those that participate in quantitative trading, high-frequency trading, etc. All institutions that qualify will receive significant trading fee discounts.

To qualify, applicants must complete the KYC verification process and complete the form for the KuCoin Institutional Investor Program. KuCoin will send feedback and results to applicants via email within five working days.

All qualified institutional investors will enjoy trading fee discounts of 20% to 80%, for at least 30 days. The discounts can fluctuate up or down, based on the investor’s actual trading volume over the past 30 days.

About Kucoin: KuCoin aims to provide users digital asset transactions and exchange services which are very safe and convenient. This is achieved by integrating premium assets worldwide and constructing a state of the art transaction platform. KuCoin is a full-featured spot trading platform for many digital assets and cryptocurrencies, including: Bitcoin, Ethereum, NEO, EOS, USDT, KCS and many more. KuCoin Shares (KCS) are the native currency of the KuCoin exchange platform that allows holders to profit from the success of the exchange. KCS holders receive daily cryptocurrency dividends, low withdrawal fees, and trading discounts. KCS holders will also automatically be qualified for KuCoin exclusive promotions, offers and rewards.

Click here for more details regarding the qualification process and the application form.


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