Dukascopy Bank introduces 3months staking deposits

After more than one year into the Dukascoin staking program, Dukascopy Bank is appraising the results as a very good start. 325 staking deposits for the total value of 855,120 Dukascoins (0.72 deposits per day since the launch of the project) demonstrate that the first cryptocurrency by a Swiss bank has received careful attention from the clients. Moreover, many users have already renewed their stakings for the second year.

However, the project does not stand still. The Bank has prepared a number of great surprises for this year. The first of them is to be announced right now! Starting from June 1, the staking program will be extended to add 3-month staking deposits. New terms will work for both types of rewards – coin and fiat. The Bank believes that the shorter-term staking proposal will be particularly attractive for traders willing to have their free capital work while preserving the comfortable level of liquidity.

The Bank will pay as much as EUR 0.10 per coin as a reward for fiat staking deposits, which yields 7.3% return per quarter at the current DUK price of EUR 1.37. Coin reward for the coming quarter for a 3-month staking deposit of 10,000 DUK will be as high as 12.5%, or 1,250 DUK .

Besides, new term deposits will also qualify for Big Fish – Referral Program Level 2.

More information can be found on www.dukascoin.com under the sections dedicated to Reward Deposits or by contacting our support via [email protected] e-mail or Support Chat.

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