EG Announcement | 5th Gold Subscription Event starts on 15 October

Dear users,

Thank you for your ardent support to our Gold Subscription Event! We are excited to announce that our 5th Gold Subscription Event starts this Thursday (15 October). This is the first time we are holding two Gold Subscription Events in the same month! Seize this opportunity and exchange all your reward points for EGUs!

Due to overwhelming demand, the total supply of our Everest Gold Units (EGUs) will be limited. Please subscribe within the stipulated period.

Gold Subscription Event Period

15 October 2020, 1200hrs to 21 October 2020, 1200hrs (GMT+8)

Release of EGUs

All EGUs will be allocated to the user’s account from 1600hrs (GMT+8) onwards on 21 October 2020. The released EGUs can be used for trading immediately.

The price of the released EGUs will be based on the real-time international gold price at 1600hrs (GMT+8) on 21 October 2020.

Everest Gold Team

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