July 2023 in Review

July was a history making month in the world of crypto regulation. Ripple’s ruling as a non-security marked not just a moment for the market, but a sentiment surge. A surge brought on by greater regulatory clarity and a signal of sustainable ecosystem growth.

Regulatory wins aside, we also launched Guilds – our take on social trading – for traders who wish to work with others to conquer the leaderboard, and nab their share of the weekly Guild pot. Competitions begin every Sunday.

Join the next – your share might await. 

For all that happened in July… or is about to happen, read on.

TL;DR? The Latest News

  • Come #BacktoBitMEX. We’ll match the trading fees you’re currently enjoying elsewhere. It’s open to all, from new joiners to returners (read more). 
  • Become our Affiliate. For up to 45% commission, BMEX Token rewards, fee discounts, and more, we offer one of the most rewarding crypto affiliate programs in the market (read more). 
  • Refer a Friend. And receive up to 5,000 BMEX and 20% revenue share when you do so (read more). 

Other Announcements

Throughout July, our team worked on a couple of new things. One being the Chart Trading feature. It’s less typing, more clicking, making your order placements easier, faster, and more intuitive (read more). 

We also introduced the arrival of another listing: the WLDUSD perpetual swap. BitMEX traders can now long/short the contract, with up to 50x leverage. 

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However, not all things were new. First formed in 2021, we’re pleased to share that we’ll be continuing our longstanding partnership with AC Milan, as the Official Cryptocurrency Partner of the Rossoneri (read more). 

Also, going to TOKEN2049? You’ll be able to catch our Co-Founder Arthur Hayes and CEO Stephan Lutz on stage. Come say hi. The rest of the BitMEX team will also be there. 

Register your interest to attend our meet up here

To be the first to know about our new listings, product launches, and giveaways, you can connect with us on Discord, Telegram, and Twitter. We encourage you to also check our blog regularly. 

In the meantime, if you have any questions please contact Support.