Our existing exchange has an important function in enabling low fees for fiat ramps and Nash Link. We will increase liquidity for major pairs while targeting professional traders incentivised by NEX staking rewards, low fees and advanced security.
I know there is no mention of Nash League, but the latter portion of this segment stands out. Incentivized trading is ubiquitous, and should be an exchange feature to attract traders. Again, I am not professional by any means, but I was looking forward to increasing my base capital for trading as a means to contribute to the platform with meager loss/profits being offset with $USDC incentives.
Going by their reward rate $1 per $1000 (before proportional allocation per trader) it seemed like a fair trade-off to grow their trading userbase wanting to trade their main assets. Anyhow, I suppose whatever updates we may hear on future leagues will come after this week’s partnership announcement from Kellogg.