YouHodler adds 10 new coins for crypto staking, trading and lending

YouHodler, a fintech platform that helps people access the benefits of the crypto economy, announced its support for 10 new tokens, including Avalanche (AVAX), 1inch Network (1INCH), PancakeSwap (CAKE), Cosmos ( ATOM), BitTorrent (BTT), Filecoin (FIL), Near Protocol (NEAR) and Elrond (EGLD). Additionally, YouHodler will become the first-ever service to pay up to 5.5% interest on Zilliqa (ZIL) and FTX Token (FTT).

YouHodler offers a variety of ways to profit from digital assets, especially with crypto savings accounts. Once the funds are deposited into the user’s crypto savings account, the first weekly payment period begins. At the end of each week, the amount earned is deposited directly into the user’s account. YouHodler provides estimated earnings for different time periods up to 12 months, making it easy to calculate potential earnings and planning.

All added tokens are user-trusted and feature on CoinMarketCap’s top 100 list. YouHodler already pays interest on Bitcoin (BTC), PAX Gold (PAXG), USD Coin (USDC), True USD (TUSD), Tether (USDT), Huobi USD (HUSD), Pax Dollar (USDP), Binance Coin (BNB ), Huobi Token (HT), XRP, Stellar (XLM) and Ether (ETH). All crypto funds on YouHodler are secured with industry best practices and custodial solutions developed by Ledger Vault and Fireblocks.

Ilya Volkov, CEO and Co-Founder of YouHodler, said, “Decentralized finance (DeFi) allows consumers to earn interest on their capital through farming and staking, but the process is difficult and unfriendly. And with staking, you need to lock twice as much funds as you would like because you need both the token and the USDT. We see great demand for these specific projects: they have growing communities, and as a centralized DeFi platform, we want to ease the burden on our users and allow them to benefit from this economy. »

YouHodler’s solutions open connections between crypto and the real world, allowing people to use their crypto-assets without spending them. With YouHodler, users can buy and sell crypto at any time, use it for purchases, or place it in a reward account to earn 12% returns. Additionally, they can trade crypto, fiat, and stablecoins, and get instant cash and crypto loans with their crypto assets acting as collateral. Unlocking the value of crypto assets, the team shares a mission to help people stop passive holding and start using crypto assets now.

About YouHodler

YouHodler is a fintech platform that helps people access the benefits of the crypto economy. It allows users to instantly get cash and cryptocurrency loans; trade crypto, fiat and stablecoins quickly and easily; and earn up to 12% APR with compound interest by depositing crypto into their rewards accounts. The platform has the highest loan-to-value ratio, 90%, with minimum loan amounts starting at just $100, and accepts the top 30 coins as collateral with instant credit card and bank withdrawals included. YouHodler supports BTC, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), BNB, ETH, Litecoin (LTC), XLM, XRP, Dash, HT, Dogecoin (DOGE) and other popular cryptocurrencies and tokens. User funds are protected by Ledger’s industry-leading, independently certified security technology and insurance program. The company is a brand based in the European Union and Switzerland.

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