Binance, a global cryptocurrency exchange, has introduced the May Missions campaign, allowing users to earn Binance Points and unlock exclusive rewards. The campaign, which started on May 1st and will run until May 15th, offers participants the opportunity to complete missions and receive activity attempts, which can lead to winning various prizes.

To participate in the campaign, users must complete the KYC process and click the “Do it” button next to the corresponding mission on the landing page. There are several missions available, including referring friends to sign up for a Binance account, trading a certain volume on spot trading pairs, using Binance P2P, purchasing crypto via the “Buy Crypto” function, and depositing funds via Fiat Deposit.

Each mission can only be completed once every 72 hours, except for the referral mission, which can be completed at any time. Upon completing a mission, users will receive a specific number of activity attempts. These attempts can result in earning Binance Points, trading fee rebate vouchers, or token vouchers.

The rewards pool for the campaign includes a share of 200,000 Binance Points, which will be distributed among eligible participants who qualify for this prize. Additionally, users can redeem Binance Points for trading fee rebate vouchers or token vouchers in the Rewards Hub section of their Binance profiles.

It’s worth noting that Binance Points are reward points offered through Binance’s loyalty program. Users can accumulate these points by completing tasks, participating in activities, or engaging in point-based activities in the Rewards Hub. Binance Points can be used to claim various rewards.

Binance reserves the right to disqualify trades that are considered wash trades or involve illegal bulk account registrations. The exchange also has the authority to amend or vary the terms of the campaign at any time.

As always, users are reminded that digital asset prices are subject to market risks and volatility. They should exercise caution and make informed investment decisions.

For more information about the May Missions campaign and the terms and conditions, users can visit the official Binance Support Center.

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