Although the domain can be trusted, can you really trust someone else to hold your Bitcoin or other Cryptocurrencies? The short answer is NO, unless they have insurance to prove that if they lost your Bitcoin due to hacking or whatever reason got stolen you will be protected under their insurance like FDIC insured up to $1 million from most bank in the USA.
On Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 11:58:42 AM EDT, Blockchain.com <[email protected]> wrote:
Deposit BTC And Watch It Grow
The Blockchain.com Wallet just got an upgrade with Interest Accounts. Log into the wallet and verify your identity to deposit bitcoin and earn up to 4.5% interest on an annualized basis without a maximum deposit cap — whether you deposit 0.1 BTC or 1000 BTC.
Minimum deposit is $300 worth of BTC but there’s no maximum limit to how much you can deposit. What are you waiting for?
Try It Now
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