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YIELDNODES IN SHORT
Masternoding, not trading
Yieldnodes is not an investment opportunity where you contribute to a trading pool. Instead Yieldnodes is a server rental program based on the new blockchain-based economy.
You co-rent servers, or “master nodes”, that hold a certain amount of crypto coins, for which you get a number of these coins as a reward. This is also known as the proof-of-stake approach. Revenue is made by selling these coins. Maximum 15% of generated profits are held by Yieldnodes to cover costs.
Yieldnodes is currently operating
between 2000 and 4000 masternodes
Revenue vs Risk with Yieldnodes
Revenue averages around 11% monthly. With automatic compounding you can really maximize your earnings.
Risk is spread by mixing low and high risk coins. Should the yield drop below 5% for three consecutive months, your rental payment will be returned along with any accrued profits!
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