Bityard Announces Monthly YouTube Recruitment Competition

Published: Mon 20 Apr 2020 06:18 AM
Bityard, a world leading Crypto Contracts Exchange, officially opened in Singapore earlier this month. Marking the occasion, Bityard also launched a monthly promotional YouTube video short contest, for content creators to explore and showcase their talents, and win up to 16,000 USDT in monthly prizes as well.
Videos for the first month's theme, "Bityard Contract Trading Beginner's Guide", are to be produced and uploaded to the YouTube platform from April 18 until May 18. The 1st Prize of up to 38,888 XRP will be awarded to the YouTuber receiving the top views, comments, or feedback on their video until 23:59 on May 18th, Singapore time.
In addition to the monthly Winner's 1st Prize, further Prizes for 2nd & 3rd, 4th-6th, and 7th-26th will be distributed from the huge monthly Prize Pool. Bityard will announce the list of winning videos each month on its corresponding Facebook pages, and will issue the rewards to the Bityard account of the winners within 3 working days.
Up to the challenge? The numbers of winners and size of the prizes are unprecedented. So the sooner one uploads a video, the greater the opportunity to accumulate views and likes. You only have to make a cool video, upload and submit it to Bityard today! Visit or email for complete monthly contest details.About Bityard
Bityard Blockchain Ltd ('Bityard'; 2019) is the world's leading Crypto Contracts Exchange. HQd in Singapore, Bityard is licensed and regulated by Singapore's ACRA, the U.S. MSBs, Estonia's MTR and AUSTRAC. The company can provide safe, fast and easy crypto asset trading services in more than 150 countries. With 'Complex Contracts Simple Trade' the mantra, Bityard aims to bring the ultimate in simplified trading experiences to all its customers.
However, Bityard attracts attention not only for simple and secure digital contract transaction services, but for acquiring a Thai boxing champion as a brand ambassador, who continues to set off waves of attention in his home country and beyond. To learn more, or email

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