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Binance Futures launches Euro Cup Bonus

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Binance Futures has launched its Euro Cup Bonus. 

This is a promotion to celebrate the Euro 2020 European Football Championship, with bonuses up for grabs for its users. 

The promotion, which started on 24 June, will end on 6 July and will give out bonuses totalling 100,000 BUSD in bonuses.

During the duration of the promotion, eligible users who trade a minimum of 10,000 USDT or BUSD on USDⓈ-M Futures or COIN-M Futures will be able to express their preference as to which teams they think will go through to the final, and of course the winner of the 2020 Euro Cup. 

All users who correctly indicate at least one of the two finalists, or even the winner of the football competition, will share in the prize money based on the proportion of their odds to the total odds of all winners. 

For those who have correctly guessed the winning team, a total prize pool of 40,000 BUSD in bonuses has been allocated to Binance Futures.

For those who have guessed at least one of the two finalists, a prize pool of 30,000 BUSD has been allocated for each individual finalist guessed, or 60,000 BUSD in total.

The winnings are cumulative, so whoever manages to guess both the finalists and the winner will in fact win three prizes. 

The promotion is valid for verified VIP 0 and VIP 1 users only, and allows you to express your preferences once. 

Bonuses will be distributed within 10 working days after the end of the promotion, and users will have until 14 days after distribution to redeem the vouchers from the prize centre. The bonuses, once redeemed, will be immediately credited to the Binance Futures wallet.

Given that the deadline is Tuesday, 6 July, and only eight teams are in the running, which will be reduced to four after the quarter-finals, it shouldn’t be too difficult to guess the correct teams. 

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