Attention! Coin Reward Rates Reduction is Coming!

Dukascopy Bank would like to remind current and potential participants of the Dukascoin reward programs that starting from 1st of June, 2020 reward rates for new coin reward staking deposits will be reduced by 10% from current levels. The new income schedule will remain deposit size dependent and be represented as follow:

  • 1 000 deposited Dukascoins – 20% coin reward;
  • 2 000 – 30%;
  • 3 000 – 40%;
  • 4 000 – 50%;
  • 5 000 – 60%;
  • 7 500 – 70%;
  • 10 000 – 80%.

Bank guarantees that following reduction will not affect deposits allocated before 1st of June, 2020. For those who are considering joining the coin reward program with current lucrative rates there are 3 weeks left to decide!


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