The Preview of Activity: Participate in the MatrixETF APP Public Beta Activity and Win the Rewards

The first stage fund products of MatrixETF have been well developed after the hard work of engineers. Before the product is offcially lauched for operation, we will launch a testnet APP public beta activity.🚀🚀🚀

You have the chance to get rewards after participating the beta activity:

  • USDT
  • Product Bug
  • Chuangshi NFT: including AirDrops, risk reduction and exemption, increasing mint revenue etc.
  • Governace of Airdrop

Please fill out the form below to participate in the activity, the earlier you apply for it, the more likely you will get rewards:

The activity will set up officially next week, for more details please follow our official social medias:





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About MatrixETF:

MatrixETF is the next generation of decentralized ETF platform to run the cross chain,which goal is to establish a decentralized, automated, personalized and diversified portfolio for users, as well as help users easily enjoy long-term, stable and efficient financial services.




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