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Bybit’s Jolly Jamboree: Trade and Win Tesla Model 3, iPhone 13 and More

‘Tis the season of giving and Bybit, one of the world’s fastest growing cryptocurrency exchange and trading platforms, wants to give back to its users. Users can now celebrate Christmas with Bybit through Jolly Jamboree, where they can win amazing prizes by completing a series of simple tasks.

The festive assortment of gifts in Bybit’s sleigh includes Amazon gift cards, an iPhone 13, and the best prize of all — a Tesla Model 3.

It’s easy for users to add a little more Christmas sparkle to their holiday haul. From Dec. 22, 2021, 10AM UTC to Jan. 12, 2022, 10AM UTC, all they have to do is to start clearing different tasks to unlock attractive rewards like $100 in USDT while collecting special Christmas reward cards.

There are a total of 3 Christmas cards. Once all cards are collected, users will be automatically enrolled into the Jolly Jamboree grand lucky draw for a chance to drive off with a Tesla Model 3.

Join the Jolly Jamboree today and start trading to win big! https://www.bybit.com/en-US/jolly-jamboree/

About Bybit

Bybit was established in March 2018 and is trusted by millions of users globally. It offers Spot and Derivatives trading across three contracts with best-in-class liquidity so traders are always in optimal positions to make the best trades.

Built on customer-centric values of “Listen, Care, and Improve”, Bybit aims to bring next level trading to all its users by creating a fair, transparent, and efficient exchange environment.

 


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