Currently, there are many ways to profit from cryptocurrencies besides “buying low and selling high”. One of the most “easy” ways is to deposit assets into the Finblox platform. Axie Infinity (AXS) token account holders can now deposit tokens into this digital asset investment platform to enjoy up to 90% interest!
Finblox is an investment platform that pays annual returns with attractive interest rates based in Hong Kong. Finblox generates this lucrative return through a range of strategies, including lending assets to trusted financial institutions or decentralized finance protocols…
Finblox was founded in May 2021 by Peter Hoang after he stepped down as co-founder of Singapore-based commission-free stock trading app Gotrade, giving people a way to profit by deposit cryptocurrencies instead of trading them. Backed by investors from over 180 countries, the platform is currently paying interest on various cryptocurrencies typically Bitcoin, USD Coin, Ethereum, Solana, and Avalanche.
“Axie Infinity brought crypto gaming into the mainstream and created a new way for anyone to turn their time into money through the unique Play-to-Earn mechanics.” Hoang shared.
By integrating Axie Infinity, Finblox will allow users to purchase tokens with credit and debit cards or transfer AXS tokens from Ethereum directly to their platform and profit from the sent tokens without requiring a key token or minimum amount.
Last month, Axie Infinity’s SLP token rose 19% to $0.046 after the game revised the breeding fee for in-game virtual pets. Livestock fees have been modified to manage resource inflation to improve platform stability.
Last month, Finblox had a successful private funding round from Sequoia Capital India, MSA Capital, Venturra Discovery, Coinfund, Saison Capital, Ratio Ventures and First Check Ventures.
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