Binance Academy Unveils NFT Deep Dive Course with $5000 in Trading Fee Rebate Vouchers – Blockchain News


Binance Academy introduces NFT Deep Dive Course, offering $5,000 in NFT Trading Fee Rebate Vouchers.
Binance Academy has launched a new initiative aimed at educating users about non-fungible tokens (NFTs). According to the official announcement on Binance’s website, the academy is introducing the ‘NFT Deep Dive’ course, which will allow verified users to share $5,000 in NFT Trading Fee Rebate Vouchers.
The new activity is set to run from May 30, 2024, 09:00 UTC to June 6, 2024, 09:00 UTC. During this period, the first 1,000 eligible users who complete the course and its associated quizzes will each receive a $5 NFT Trading Fee Rebate Voucher.
To qualify for the reward, users must follow these steps:
Participants must be verified users logged in to their Binance accounts while completing the course. They stand to receive one NFT certificate and one PDF certificate for every course and corresponding quiz they complete in the intermediate track.
Binance has outlined several terms and conditions for this activity:
For more information, users can visit the official Binance Academy website.
In addition to this educational initiative, Binance continues to expand its offerings in the NFT space. Recently, Binance NFT introduced a feature allowing users to stake their NFTs to earn rewards, further enhancing the value proposition of holding digital collectibles on the platform.
For those interested in the ‘NFT Deep Dive’ course and the associated rewards, detailed terms and conditions can be accessed on the Binance website.
Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice. Cryptocurrency investments are subject to market risks.
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