Livenpay is a innovative blockchain company that is combining loyalty programs, payments and blockchain to allow users to easily pay with crypto or fiat while earning rewards in LVN.

To celebrate the listing of Livenpays’ LVN on Bitcoin.com Exchange, we’re giving away 150,000 LVN to LVN traders from the moment trading goes live on June 12th 8:00 UTC until June 17th 23:59 UTC.

For 5 days, anyone that trades the LVN/USDT pair on Bitcoin.com Exchange will be eligible to receive a share out of the 150,000 LVN prize pool.

How to participate?

  1. Sign-up or Sign-in to Exchange Account

2. Trade a minimum of 100 USDT in the LVN/USDT pair in total trading volume during the promotion period.

And/or

Deposit a minimum of 100 LVN during the promotion period.

Reward Distribution

All Rewards will be distributed equally among all LVN traders that qualify for the promotion.

Promotion period:

Starts: Friday June 12th 08:00 UTC

Ends: Wednesday June 17th 23:59 UTC.

Terms and Conditions

  1. Participants must have a Bitcoin.com Exchange account, and have successfully followed all of the steps described above to be eligible. Proceed with sign up – here.
  2. The LVN Trade and Earn is available for all participants who trade LVN during the promotion period.
  3. Rewards will be distributed within 3 weeks from the end of the promotion. All rewards will be distributed directly to the eligible Bitcoin.com Exchange accounts and will not be confirmed in a further announcement. You will be able to login and see your rewards via Reports > Deposits and Withdrawal History.
  4. Participation in the LVN Trade and Earn is limited to one trader account per legal or natural person. Persons found to have competed with more than one trader account will be disqualified from the competition.
  5. The LVN Trade and Earn is hosted by FMFW Ltd (the “Bitcoin.com Exchange”). The Bitcoin.com Exchange reserves the right to cancel the promotion or amend its terms or conditions unilaterally without prior notification.
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