Place/Date: Geneva, Switzerland - July 25th, 2019 at 10:49 pm UTC · 4 min read
Contact: Dukascopy Media Team, Source: Dukascopy
Dukascopy Bank SA, an online Swiss FOREX banking service provider which created the cryptocurrency Dukascoin (DUK+), a first of its kind to be offered by a strictly regulated Swiss Bank under the supervision of the Swiss financial markets regulator FINMA.
Dukascopy announced the launch of its reward program, which aims to provide its mobile current account (MCA) users around the globe with an opportunity to earn rewards through referral activities and deposits in its native cryptocurrency.
New mobile current account users receive 5 Dukacoins when they sign up on the mobile app, and the signup process is free of charge. Other reward opportunities currently offered by the bank to its MCA clients include:
Dukascoin is the first cryptocurrency issued by a strictly regulated Swiss bank and developed on the Ethereum blockchain. The platform ensures compliance to the highest regulatory standards of the Swiss banking industry for operations on the cryptocurrency market.
Following the launch of the cryptocurrency in February, Dukascoin, which is designed as both a payment and speculative utility, opened up a new financial avenue for cryptocurrency enthusiasts to access the bank’s trading services as well as to seize the opportunity to gain extra income just by holding the DUK+ coin under a regulated system impervious to the limitations of legacy cryptocurrency markets.
The current reward program is exclusive to its MCA account holders across the globe. The MCA account is a new service offered by the bank to provide its global retail clientele with fast, cheap, secure, mobile and extremely user-friendly Swiss banking services embedded into its Dukascopy Connect 911 messenger app. The bank has opened well over 109,153 MCA accounts since its launch in 2018.
Dukascopy Bank is a Swiss innovative online bank based in Geneva, Switzerland, providing Internet-based and mobile trading services (with focus on foreign exchange, bullion, CFD and binaries), banking and other financial services through proprietary technological solutions. Dukascopy Bank is regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA both as a bank and a securities dealer.
Dukascopy Bank has offices in Dubai, Riga, Kiev, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong. Currently, Dukascopy Group employs over 300 staff.
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