1. You must have a live, KYC-verified trading account with Liquid to participate in the HO HO HODL Lending Campaign

  2. By joining the HO HO HODL Lending Campaign offered by Quoine Pte. Ltd. (“Quoine”), you confirm that you have read, understood and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions of entry. You further agree that all decisions of Quoine are final and conclusive. Any request for appeal and review will not be entertained.

  3. Quoine reserves the sole and absolute right to disqualify or reject any participants deemed ineligible (be it under these Terms and Conditions or by having engaged in conduct that Quoine considers inappropriate or unacceptable).

  4. HO HO HODL Lending Campaign Mechanism: Lend BTC or ETH between 00:01 AM JST December 13 2018 to 11:59 PM JST January 10 2019 to join this campaign. Liquid users lending BTC or ETH between 00:01 AM JST December 13 2018 to 11:59 PM JST January 10 2019 will receive double the amount of interest usually accrued through lending, to be paid at the end of the campaign period. We will be matching any amount of interest earned throughout this period, up to a maximum value of USD 100 per user and an aggregate amount of USD 5000 for all users. 

  5. The HO HO HODL lending campaign will begin on December 13th 00:01am JST, and will end on January 10th 11:59pm JST. 

  6. Rewards will be funded in ETH or BTC according to lending currency and credited to users’ Liquid accounts after the end of January.

  7. QUOINE staff may not participate in the Campaign.

  8. Residents of Japan will not be allowed to participate in this Campaign

  9. Your participation in the Lending campaign shall be subject in all respects to the Liquid Terms of Use governing your use of Liquid, and nothing in these Lending Campaign terms and conditions shall limit or otherwise have any effect on the Liquid Terms of Use.

  10. This Campaign is governed by the laws of Singapore and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Singapore courts.

Did this answer your question?