Bitfinex Lets Users Earn on their Bitcoin with Celsius

Bitfinex Lets Users Earn on their Bitcoin with Celsius

Bitfinex, a state-of-the-art digital tokens trading platform, and Celsius Network Limited (“Celsius”), the industry-leading cryptocurrency reward-earning platform, are collaborating to offer customers of the exchange easy access to Celsius’s unmatched rates for earning rewards on their crypto holdings.

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Together, Bitfinex and Celsius aim to empower the crypto community to stabilize the market by earning passive income simply by holding on to their coins. Bitfinex and Celsius have built an integration that will allow Bitfinex customers to create a wallet with Celsius and manage it through the Bitfinex platform. Through their Celsius account, customers will be able to earn a return of up to 6.2% APY on Bitcoin, while holders of Ethereum will earn a rate of up to 9.65%.

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Cryptocurrency is stepping in where traditional banking has failed its customers for years. Today, banks give very little in terms of interest, dropping as low as 0% in 2018 and rarely going above 1%. Yet banks charge customers exorbitant interest rates on credit cards. The average in the US is 24.7% on more than US$1.7 trillion of consumer debt outstanding. Meanwhile, in the UK sub prime lenders levy an APR in excess of 69% on credit cards*. Cryptocurrencies turn traditional banking on its head by eliminating banks as toll collectors and middlemen, and greatly reducing these high fees through decentralization of traditional financial structures that act in the best interests of the depositors.

“We expect this offering to appeal to customers that have bought Bitcoin as a long-term store of value, and who also want to earn on their assets while they hold,” said Paolo Ardoino, CTO at Bitfinex. “Our collaboration with Celsius forms part of our mission to empower individuals and let them take control of their finances.”

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