EG Announcement | 2nd Gold Subscription Event opening on 26 July

Dear users,

We will soon be launching our second Gold Subscription Event! Everest Gold Units (EGU) quantity will be limited, due to overwhelming demand.  Please subscribe for EGU within the specific time.

Previous reward points can be converted to EGU during our second Gold Subscription Event.

The specific price of EGU is based on the international gold price at 4pm (GMT+8) on July 31, 2020. The price is expected to be around US$0.61/EGU.

All EGU will be allocated to every account after the Gold Subscription Event and can be used for trading directly.

Gold Subscription Event

July 26, 1200hrs (GMT+8) until July 31, 1200hrs (GMT+8)

Release of EGU

July 31, 1600hrs (GMT+8)

Everest Gold team

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