I would think so. Coinbase.com so far is the most trusted Bitcoin exchange in the US, so far hasn’t been hacked or had any scandal, but knock on wood. With XTZ Tezos coin, coinbase.com have staking rewards currently at 5-6% yield pretty cool, no bank would give you this rate, however it depend on how the coin perform, because what you get paid is the XTZ Tezos coin not fiat cash, so if you trade cash fiat to XTZ Tezon at $5 per coin, but 1 year later XTZ coin price go down to 50 cent you’re not making money in term of fiat dollars.
On Thursday, March 26, 2020, 01:00:24 PM EDT, Coinbase <[email protected]> wrote:
You’re eligible for Tezos staking rewards
As a holder of Tezos (XTZ) on Coinbase, you are now eligible to earn staking rewards at an estimated annual return of 5%. After an initial holding period of 35-40 days, rewards are deposited every 3 days. You can opt out of staking your XTZ at any time by turning off the feature in your settings page.
Visit our support center or read our rewards terms to learn more.
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