It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, especially since NAGA’s Christmas Loyalty Store is here!
Since day one, NAGA has aimed to revolutionize the world. It is through decentralizing financial technology. It provides access to the best market tools for everyone across the globe.
But if you thought NAGA is just a trading hub, think again because it’s way more than that!
NAGA is giving back to its trading community this Christmas, making it extra special. It is through its Christmas Loyalty Store that is bigger and better than ever before.
Once again, investors are given the opportunity to enjoy their trading experience at NAGA. At the same time, by depositing the required amount, investors can claim some luxury gifts for themselves or their loved ones.
Here’s How to Claim a Gift on NAGA’s Christmas Loyalty Store
Fancy a special Christmas gift this year? Maybe a Rolex, or a pair of cozy Balenciaga socks? Why not even an HP OMEN Gaming Home laptop? There are 20+ items available!
There are 7 Levels in total, and each level has 3 awesome gifts you can choose. Also, every time you fund your account, you can claim a gift from the level’s list. Deposit 3 times — claim 3 gifts!
The higher the deposit, the more high-end the gift! (check out level 7, you’ll be rubbing your eyes.)
You’re probably wondering how this works, right? Well, it’s pretty simple!
Step 1 – Fund your account to the desired level
Step 2 – Log in to the Christmas loyalty store using your NAGA credentials
Step 3 – Browse the available gifts and claim those you like most
Step 4 – Sit back and wait for it to be delivered right to your doorstep
There you go! All done!
FYI, this is a limited-time offer as the store will only be open until the 31st of December 2022. Hurry and pick out a perfect gift before it’s too late!
You can find all additional information and the list of NAGA’s luxury gifts here: (https://loyalty.naga-global.com/)
RISK WARNING: “Derivatives are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. A high percentage of retail investor accounts lose money when trading derivatives with this provider. This is not investment advice.”