Deposit Euro faster and cheaper with SEPA on Liquid

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SEPA support is back on Liquid, giving you faster and cheaper Euro deposits and withdrawals.

To celebrate our renewed SEPA support, we are giving away 500 Euros to one lucky trader.

Scroll down to be in with a chance of winning!

What is SEPA?

Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a payment initiative of the European Union that simplifies bank transfers of Euros. SEPA was orchestrated to increase the efficiency of cross-border payments in Europe.

SEPA on Liquid

Euro deposits and withdrawals via SEPA on Liquid have now been migrated to our new partner, International Business Settlement (IBS).

Therefore, the bank details for Euro (SEPA) deposits to Liquid have changed. Please check the deposit screen carefully for the new bank account details and instructions and do not attempt to send Euro deposits to the previous SEPA address.

SEPA deposit fees

International Business Settlement (IBS) apply a bank processing fee of 0.1% for SEPA deposits, with a minimum bank processing fee of 5 EUR. If you own an IBS Lithuania account you will not be charged bank processing fees. Liquid does not charge any additional fees.

SEPA withdrawal fees

Liquid charges 0.05% of the withdrawal amount with a minimum fee of 10 EUR. IBS charges 0.2% of withdrawal amount with a minimum fee of 5 EUR. Therefore, the total minimum withdrawal fee is 15 EUR.

How to win 500 Euros

Win 500 Euros just for depositing and trading via SEPA on Liquid.

Follow these 5 steps to be in with a chance of winning:

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  2. Deposit at least 500 Euros to Liquid via SEPA by 17th January.
  3. Trade at least 500 Euros on a Euro pair on Liquid, including margin trading, by 17th January.
  4. Read the terms and conditions of this giveaway
  5. Fill out this form

That's it! Once you have completed those five steps you'll be entered into the running to win 500 Euros. Make sure you complete each and every step or your entry will not count.

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