This crypto startup is offering zero trading fees on crypto coins

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The company offers the most user-friendly KYC experience, while ensuring the highest levels of monitoring to ensure the safety of customer assets.The platform also includes a mature audit and tracing mechanism to ensure customers trade without worry and receive benefits while complying with tax regulations.

Crypto trading platform weTrade is offering users the option to buy or sell crypto tokens with zero trading fees. Investors can transact in the digital assets on this platform for as low as Rs 100.

Bengaluru-based weTrade eliminated trading fees for more than 50 coins available on its platform, including Bitcoin, Solana and Ethereum, to make it both simple and rewarding for users.

The company offers the most user-friendly KYC experience, while ensuring the highest levels of monitoring to ensure the safety of customer assets.

The platform also includes a mature audit and tracing mechanism to ensure customers trade without worry and receive benefits while complying with tax regulations.

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View Details »Prashant Kumar, Founder & CEO at weTrade, said “We aim to make cryptocurrencies easy and rewarding for our users by offering zero trading fees. We are set to grow into a one-stop-shop for anyone who wants exposure to a diverse set of assets in the crypto world.”

we Trade also offers instant 1 per cent cashback on all the crypto coins and 100 per cent TDS cashback. weTrade gives NFTs to all early users on signing up in the app. The users can transfer the NFT gift in their wallets which can be traded.
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