- Coinlist is going big with a program to waive all market maker fees for the next 3 months.
- The program’s purpose is to encourage market makers to participate to improve market liquidity.
- To ensure that pairs with less liquidity receive interest, the platform has implemented a discount factor based on the trading portfolio.
CoinList has launched a market maker incentive scheme to improve the liquidity of the spot market on CoinList Pro. All market maker fees will be waived for the next 3 months for all qualified market makers on the platform.
In addition, the top 5 traders receive a 0.05% discount on pending order placement fees based on the 30-day average execution volume.
To ensure that less liquid currency pairs get the attention they deserve, CoinList implements a discount factor based on trading categories.
- Tier 1 (1x multiplier): BTC, ETH
- Tier 2 (2x multiplier): MATIC, SOL, DOGE, SUI, AVAX, LINK, DOT, FIL
- Tier 3 (3x multiplier): AAVE, ALGO, ICP, FLOW, STX, ROSE, OCEAN, IMX, MKR, XTZ, MINA, CELO, GAL, COMP, T, SKL, CSPR, BICO, CLV, BLD, OXT, BTRST, NYM, VEGA, GODS, CUSD, HMT, GOG, CQT, BZZ, WCFG, UNI, EFI, CYBER, NEON, CFG, WAXL
At the beginning of each month, rebates will be distributed to the top 5 USDC market makers based on the previous month’s volume of trades.
The crypto market has recently experienced a notable downturn, with total market capitalization falling by 10% between August 14 and August 23, reaching its lowest level in more than two months at $1.04 trillion. Therefore, Coinlist’s incentive program can bring a lot of motivation to traders during this dismal time.
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