Binance Extends Zero Maker Fee for ALL EUR trading pairs until 2020/12/31
Due to popular demand, we have extended the EUR Zero Maker Fee Promotion until 2020/12/31 11:59 PM (UTC). The promotion was previously scheduled to end at 2020/10/30 11:59 PM (UTC).
This Zero Maker Fee promotion will be available to all users, both retail and corporate, and will apply to all existing and future EUR trading pairs.
All users can deposit EUR to their Binance account by selecting Buy Crypto > Bank Deposit > Bank/Card Deposit - Bank Transfer (SEPA).
- Binance reserves the right to cancel or amend the Promotion or Promotion Rules at our sole discretion.
- The promotion will apply to all EUR pairs from the original promotion. Current trading pairs are: BNB/EUR, BTC/EUR, ETH/EUR, SXP/EUR and XRP/EUR.
- The promotion will also apply to all existing and future EUR quote and base pairs listed on Binance.com starting on 2020/10/29 10:00 AM (UTC). New trading pairs include: LINK/EUR, EUR/BUSD and EUR/USDT.
- What is a Maker? When you place an order that goes on the order book partially or fully (such as a limit order placed via the trading screen on binance.com), any subsequent trades coming from that order will be as a “maker.” These orders add volume to the order book, helping to "make the market," and are therefore termed as "maker" for any subsequent trades. Note: It is possible for a Limit GTC order (accessible via both the UI and the API) to have trades as the taker and maker.
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