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PRESS RELEASE. Digital asset trading has long suffered due to high crypto exchange transaction fees, regulatory hurdles by regulators, and stringent crypto exchange rules. Then came CoinFloww, the most advanced digital asset exchange.
Based on the world-class digital asset exchange technology, CoinFloww is proud to launch at a time when crypto exchanges are fighting for rights and struggling with a fraught market.
The team behind CoinFloww Exchange is constantly improving the UX and UI so that users can trade easily. In addition, the team will update the new UX and UI design of CoinFloww soon for an even smoother experience.
Rather than profiteering on crypto startups, CoinFloww is on a mission to nurture and patronise upcoming projects. CoinFloww does not charge any listing fee and offers reasonable promotional packages. Often left behind in the crypto ecosystem are derivative users; however, CoinFloww Exchange is a platform that caters to derivative traders with up to 300x leverage.
CoinFloww is not just a digital asset exchange; it is much more than that. Besides typical digital asset exchange functions, CoinFloww has a roadmap to becoming a one-stop application for the crypto user to gain financial freedom.
CoinFloww has recently announced its whooping 150k USD prize pool. Any CoinFloww user can participate in the CoinFloww Bug Bounty Program to win our prize pool of $150,000.
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