SINGAPORE, March 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Bityard, the world's leading cryptocurrency derivative exchange, has an increasing number of users since 2020. The users on Bityard now come from more than 150 countries, covering Southeast Asia, and interest is particularly strong in Thailand. At the beginning of 2021, the daily active number of Thai users and trading volume on Bityard set a new high.

In March 2021, the number of daily active Thai users reached 200% compared to the number in 2020. Bityard has been focusing on offering professional trading services as well as a wide variety of promotions for global users and this has led to the increase in users. Thai investors will find many great features when trading on Bityard. As the liquidity provider, Bityard launched its crypto spot trading service in 2020,, with more than 70 crypto spot trading pairs, to serve investors from all over the world. Right now, when becoming a new user on Bityard, any Thai investor will have a chance to receive up to 258 Tether (USDT) as a welcome bonus after completing certain tasks. Furthermore, for Thai investors, Bityard is planning to add more deposit methods, including fiat on-ramps. In addition, due to the huge volume of trading activity in Thailand, some local exchanges are even struggling to have enough capacity to serve all the needs from the traders. This brings new opportunities to Bityard, which offers a reliable crypto trading platform on which Thai investors can easily buy or sell Bitcoin and other types of altcoins. Not all is crypto however, as the Singapore headquarters of Bityard plans to launch more services for Thai investors in future, which includes Forex and stock trading.

By PR Newswire

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