YouHodler is happy to announce the release of its USDT savings account, an entirely new feature designed for “HODLers” who will earn up to 12% profit per year with no risk involved. Available for all YouHodler clients, USDT savings account lets users deposit USDT into a wallet on the platform which YouHodler states will grow up to 12% per year.
YouHodler CEO Ilya Volkov states “We’re happy to follow our valuable customer's demand and make this additional step in order to build a “one-stop-shop” for all HODLer’s needs and a fully functional “crypto-fiat” Fin-tech platform. We’re always looking for innovative ways to improve and deliver creative crypto-fiat solutions. Client-inspired product development is such a key to the YouHodler story and we’d love to hear your ideas. So please reach out to us and share your thoughts!”
After logging in, users will see a new “savings” option in their personal wallets page. To deposit USDT into this account and start earning interest, the user will click “add funds.” After USDT is successfully deposited, the user will start earning interest on their deposit once the settlement period begins. Users can check how much interest they earn each day by navigating to the “Earned” section of their savings account.
After the settlement period ends, the interest earned will be deposited into the user’s savings account. Alternatively, users are free to keep their funds in the savings account for as long as they link to earn more profit.
For now, USDT Savings is in private mode (goes public Monday, August 19th). So until then, we have a Limited Offer. Please contact YouHodler customer support (email@example.com) to request USDT savings and get your own, personal offer today.
Disclaimer: If the user will release funds from the savings account before the settlement period, the user will lose all interest earned during the uncompleted settlement period. (see Terms and conditions linked below).
The release of USDT Savings follows a month of productivity for the young startup featuring:
A YouHodler debit card that’s compatible with the platform is also scheduled for release later this year