The partnership involves an exchange of information and analysis between companies with objectives of providing reports and data to customers on both platforms.
Accordingly, according to the statement sent to Cointelegraph, the Empiricus will give the recommendation and assist in the financial education process. In the Bitcoin Market, the investor will execute the transaction.
So the client of the Cripto Legacy report that opens an account in the Bitcoin Market, will earn R $ 50 to start investing and vice versa.
Entrants in both products earn R $ 100. The partnership starts from Monday, 05.
“Cryptocurrency has already gained mandatory asset status for part of global investors of all sizes. Knowing which of the digital currencies to put in the wallet, how much to have and how to diversify beyond bitcoin, however, are still barriers to entry for some people. Not for nothing, the analyst Empiricus and the crypto broker Mercado Bitcoin will start a partnership next Monday in which each of the companies will lend their expertise for the development of this segment in Brazil. “, Highlights the statement.
The exchange Mercado Bitcoin has been announcing several developments including the listing of new cryptocurrencies on its platform.
The listings are expected to take place by the end of April.
Currently, the MB allows negotiations in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Pax Gold, USD Coin, XRP, Chainlink, Chiliz, MCO2, Wibix, in addition to Digital Assets issued by the company and fan tokens linked to the Chiliz platform.
The company’s CEO, Reinaldo Rabelo, also pointed out that there are more than 8 thousand cryptocurrencies and that the Bitcoin Market it is judicious and very selective when choosing those that can be traded by the platform.
Among the new cryptocurrencies listed is Cardano (ADA).
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