Zonda Slashes Maker/Taker Fees by 50% Across All Markets From November 22-29
Tallinn, Estonia, November 22, 2022 — Zonda, the leading cryptocurrency in Eastern Europe, will slash maker and taker fees by 50% for one week.
Zonda is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Eastern Europe. It serves dozens of cryptocurrencies and continues to make inroads across Central Europe.
Part of the Zonda growth plan is increasing the user base and the upcoming 50% reduction in maker/taker fees is part of that strategy. Users will pay less to complete trades on the platform, allowing them to use their capital more efficiently.
The 50% reduction goes into effect on November 22, 2022, at 12:00 UTC, until November 29, 2022, at 12:00 UTC. All verified Zonda users will automatically benefit from these reduced trading rates, except those with a dedicated fee plan. Moreover, the discount applies to all trading pairs on the exchange.
Zonda has been operational since 2014 and serves over 1 million traders globally. In addition, the exchange holds a Finance Intelligence Unit license and conducts thorough AML procedures.
The original company was founded in Poland in 2014 by local crypto enthusiasts to serve as a platform for buying and selling cryptocurrencies. In the following years, it has dominated the Polish market, becoming a symbol of cryptocurrency exchanges in Poland by frequently upgrading its platform, ensuring an intuitive and state-of-the-art experience for investors.
In November 2019, the company moved to Estonia. BB Trade Estonia OÜ became the operator of the exchange platform, and the platform gained its Finance Intelligence Unit (FIU) license. The company rebranded to Zonda in 2021 with the goal to expand beyond Poland and Eastern Europe.