News by Altcoin Buzz: Racheal
For Binance, this Halloween is going to be one of a kind. The world-renowned platform is already celebrating it.
This is according to a twitter post on its official handle. It revealed that Binance will be hosting its annual Halloween competition with the theme “Trick or Treat?” The competition is aimed at locating the best Binance themed pumpkin.
The tweet reads: “Trick or Treat?
Post your original Binance-themed pumpkin, Include #BinanceHalloween
3 best pumpkins win $100 in $BNB each!
Winners will be announced on Oct 31st!”
The competition commenced today and it is expected to run till October 31, 2019. Three persons with the best Binance themed Halloween pumpkin will be selected at the end of it. The winners will each receive $100 dollars worth of BNB.
Community is on fire
The mogul crypto exchange is definitely on a Halloween roll. In response to the tweet, users are already sending in their Binance pumpkins. Though there have been several funny responses, a lot of pumpkins have already appeared online. Some of them with carved images of CZ. For the uninitiated, CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao is popularly known as “CZ.”
The exchange definitely knows how to both work and play. The competition is beyond the earnings. It is Binance’s way of telling us to stop and smell the roses. Bringing us out of the ever-busy world of crypto, to enjoy this season of Halloween.
Beyond Halloween, the exchange also announced the listing of the first fiat to crypto service on its platform. Binance users in Nigeria can now trade the Nigerian Naira for BUSD, BNB, and BTC. The exchange will also be running a zero deposit fee for deposit up to $100. Though for an unspecified period of time.
Speaking on the listing, CZ pointed out that the listing was timely as a lot of people in Sub-Saharan Africa are still unbanked. He said: “[…] In Sub-Saharan Africa, about 95 million people remain unbanked while many regions in the area, including Nigeria, have embraced new technologies with an increasing amount of innovation”.