Huobi Courts International Customers With Fee Cuts
China's Huobi is making an international push in 2015 by temporarily eliminating or lowering fees on its USD trading platform BitYes.
Huobi, one of China's 'Big Three' exchanges, says it is making international growth its top priority in 2015, and has launched incentives for overseas customers to use its USD trading platform BitYes.
All USD deposit methods will be free until 31st March. This includes OKPAY, AstroPay, Mayzus, Payza and Skrill Online Bank Transfer (OBT).
BitYes will also implement a temporary 'maker-taker' trading fee structure, rewarding those who set limit orders. The 'maker' (limit order) fee will be 0% and 'taker' (market order) fees will range from 0.2% to 0.08% depending on previous 30-day trading volume. This fee structure is effective until 28th February.
The company has removed fees all together on litecoin trading until 30th June.
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