EG Announcement | 300,000 reward points to be awarded

Dear users,

Our first Gold Subscription Event has successfully ended.  All EGU will be allocated to every successful subscribers’ account subsequently, and can be used for trading directly.  The value of EGU will be based on the international gold prices set at Singapore 4pm (GMT +8).

We are also elated to announce that we will be issuing an additional 300,000 rewards points to successful subscribers from the inaugural launch of our Gold Subscription Event (July 7 to July 9, 2020).  The reward points will be valued at US$30, and subscribers can only use it at the next Gold Subscription Event.  Users can also convert the reward points to EGU.

Thank you for your continuous support, and stay tuned for new updates!

Everest Gold team

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