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Dubai Startup Billium Launches Platform for Copy Trading

Dubai-based Billium launches a new cryptocurrency exchange. Its main feature is the copy-trading function.

Thanks to it, there is no need to analyze the market yourself – you just copy the transactions of professionals and earn as much as they do. In this case, the amount of investment can be adjusted upward or downward.

Deals are copied only from successful traders who have been making a profit for a long time. Each of the investors is carefully selected, so the risk of copying unprofitable deals is virtually eliminated. 

The exchange from Billium is a convenient springboard for beginners. But experienced traders can make good money here as well.  

The liquidity aggregator collects data from all top crypto exchanges and helps to make deals with maximum profit without the risk of slippage. In addition to spot trading, there is margin trading. It allows you to enter into transactions on borrowed funds and multiply your profits.

If a suspicious transaction is detected from your account, the money will be fully refunded but not withheld, as on other exchanges. Аnother advantage is scalp-trading, an advanced API for trading robots, reliable order execution, and, of course, the opportunity to earn on presale of the internal token BILT.

Billium is registered in the UAE. The probability of blocking your transactions against the background of political events is minimized.

There is also reliable authentication via 2FA or a code in Telegram, which cannot be tracked by the intelligence services. All of this ensures secure transactions.


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