As more companies consider allocating corporate treasury balances to Bitcoin, and institutional investors increasingly deploy assets to crypto as an alternative asset class, the finite supply of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, means there is a race on now for crypto assets. At EQUOS, we too are launching our own Race for Crypto competition with a chance to win a share of 10 ETH, 3 BTC and 12,500 USDC as prizes!

Starting Monday, February 22nd until Thursday, March 4th, 2021 all traders on EQUOS will have a chance to enter four races:

The Sprint

  • Prize Pool: 10 ETH
  • Enter the Sprint by being one of the first 50 runners to trade more than 50,000 USD of volume.
  • Once you are in the Sprint, you can get a volume-proportionate share of 10 ETH with other runners with up to 950,000 USD of your subsequent volume generated.

The Middle Distance

  • Prize Pool: 1 BTC
  • Enter the Middle Distance race by being one of the first 25 runners to trade more than 1,000,000 USD of volume.
  • Once you are in the Middle Distance race, you can get a volume-proportionate share of 1BTC with other runners with up to 2,000,000 USD of your subsequent volume generated.

The Marathon

  • Prize Pool: 1 BTC
  • Enter the Marathon by being one of the first 15 runners to trade more than 3,000,000 USD of volume.
  • Once you are in the Marathon, you can get a volume-proportionate share of 1BTC with other runners with ALL your subsequent volume generated above 3,000,000 USD, capped at 0.5 BTC.

The Ultra

  • Prize Pool: 1 BTC
  • Enter the Ultra by being one of the first 10 customers to trade more than 7,000,000 USD of volume.
  • Once you are in the Ultra, you can get a volume-proportionate share of 1BTC with other runners with ALL your subsequent volume generated above 7,000,000 USD, NO CAP per individual.


For any customer who uses any of the Margin.de suite of trading algorithms during the competition, we are giving an additional 250 USDC each to the first 50 customers who generate above 100,000 USD worth of trading volume.

Are you fast enough?

Learn more in the Race for Crypto Terms and Conditions.

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