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ApeX Pro Live on Mainnet: Year-Long Trade-to-Earn Rewards Launched

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Disclaimer: The text below is a press release that is not part of editorial content.Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, November 14, 2022 — ApeX Pro, a non-custodial decentralized exchange (DEX) built on the multi-chain permissionless trading network ApeX Protocol, is now live on mainnet.

Derivatives traders can now access leverage-supported perpetual contract trades and community-based trading events, starting with a year-long Trade-to-Earn program that tabulates and settles rewards consistently week-on-week for any individual trading on ApeX Pro.Powered by StarkWare's Layer 2 scalability engine StarkEx, ApeX Pro is focused on the vision of a decentralized future while working on solutions that solve liquidity, slippage, capital and usability inefficiencies in the current DEX market.ApeX Pro, available on both desktop and app, has created a level playing field that encompasses the best qualities of a DEX and centralized exchange (CEX) without any trade-offs, ensuring dynamic and robust trading customizations for all.In light of recent market conditions, ApeX Pro's release of its reward-generating Trade-to-Earn event will go a long way to providing traders, both existing and new on the platform, with a safe and easy-to-earn alternative to growing their portfolios.With the official mainnet launch, ApeX Pro unveils its Trade-to-Earn program for the first time, where any individual can trade the decentralized perpetual swaps market to earn additional rewards, distributed weekly.This recurring weekly event is now available on mainnet, and sees the introduction of ApeX Pro's native reward token, $BANA, that was designed to drive enhanced liquidity for ApeX Protocol's main governance token $APEX in a dual-token

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