BingX launches Broker Program: commissions on Perpetual Futures and Spot Crypto

Rick Steves

Brokers engaged with the program will enjoy several advantages. These include up to 55% in trading commissions, daily settlements, and other financial incentives. BingX is also providing specialized API support tailored to individual broker needs. This support encompasses rate limits and other exclusive services, catering to the specific requirements of brokers in the program.

BingX

BingX has announced the launch of its BingX Global Broker Program, an initiative designed to expand and diversify services within the blockchain industry, catering to cryptocurrency brokers worldwide.

The program offers brokers the opportunity to earn commissions by trading on BingX’s Perpetual Futures and Spot markets.

Rewards structure based on their trading volume and fees generated on BingX

Participants in the BingX Broker Program are set to benefit from a rewards structure based on their trading volume and fees generated on BingX. This includes additional bonuses for successful referrals who complete the broker onboarding process. The program is structured to incentivize and reward active trading and engagement within the BingX ecosystem.

Brokers engaged with the program will enjoy several advantages. These include up to 55% in trading commissions, daily settlements, and other financial incentives. BingX is also providing specialized API support tailored to individual broker needs. This support encompasses rate limits and other exclusive services, catering to the specific requirements of brokers in the program.

In addition to financial benefits, BingX ensures brokers have comprehensive support. The exchange offers round-the-clock assistance for any queries or technical guidance, ensuring brokers have access to continuous support. Additionally, brokers will receive aid in developing personalized marketing plans, further enhancing their ability to succeed within the program.

Broker program expected to foster partnerships and UX

Vivien Lin, the Chief Product Officer at BingX, said the broker program is expected to foster partnerships and enhance user experience. “The broker program is expected to not only foster collaboration within the industry but also enhance our users’ experience with a wider array of high-quality services. We’re excited to join forces with partners who share our vision, creating a diverse and dynamic trading environment for our global users.”

The Global Broker Program marks a significant development in BingX’s service expansion. The exchange has already established partnerships with over 50 brokers, indicating the program’s critical role in enhancing BingX’s service scope. As the blockchain industry continues to evolve, BingX is dedicated to nurturing these partnerships and leading innovation in the crypto space.

Founded in 2018, BingX is a prominent crypto exchange that serves over 5 million users globally. The exchange offers a diverse range of products and services, including spot trading, derivatives, copy trading, and asset management.

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