Crypto Exchange Bitbns to offer Cryptocurrency SIPs to Indian Olympics Medalists

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Crypto Exchange Bitbns has announced on 4th august that the Indian Tokyo 2020 Olympics medalists will be rewarded with Bitcoin (BTC) SIPs.

The Indian Olympic medalists will be rewarded with cryptocurrency SIPs which is worth lakhs on the trade.

The SIP will begin from Rs two lakh ($2,695) for gold medalists, Rs one lakh for silver ($1,375) and Rs 50,000 ($673) for bronze medalists.

The price will be auto-credited to the account of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 medalists, which the medalists can later access by finishing the KYC.

Cryptocurrency exchange Bitbns will first honour Mirabai Chanu for winning the silver medal in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 in Weightlifting. PV Sindhu will also be honoured for winning a bronze medal in Badminton after defeating China’s Bing Jiao.

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Gaurav Dahake CEO of Bitbns said, “Bitcoins and Ethereum have been the best-performing assets in the last few years, and have given exceptional returns and we aim to get our winners to indulge in this rewarding journey.”

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