Yield App, a thriving digital wealth platform, recently unveiled its highly anticipated referral program, and the wait was worth it. With up to $1,000 YLD (over $200 at the current price) available for both the referral and the new customers it attracts, it’s easily one of the most lucrative referral programs in digital wealth.
To start using the platform, a referred customer must register a Yield App account and pass a Level 2 KYC. He must then become a Silver Tier member and contribute $1,000 to any Yield App portfolio(s) for 30 consecutive days to be rewarded. At the end of that period, the existing client and a friend receive a reward of up to 1,000 YLD, selected at random.
Unlike other similar promotions, the Yield App referral program is different in that it gives new clients as much time as they need to accumulate the right amount of assets to receive a referral reward. Customers can bring as many friends as they want, but the friend brought in must be a new Yield App customer, and each person can only use one referral code.
Setting out to unlock the full potential of digital assets and make it accessible to the world, the Yield App connects traditional and decentralized finance in the easiest way possible. Customers simply deposit their digital assets to earn market-leading annual rates on stable coins (USDT USDC, DAI and TUSD) as well as blue chip cryptocurrencies BTC and ETH The platform strategy is based on the $YLD token, which rewards loyal community members with higher returns the more YLD in their wallets on the platform.
The Yield App is making strides in digital wealth. Launched in February 2021, the platform has already amassed nearly 80,000 customers and more than $0.5 billion in managed assetsLaunching its long-awaited referral program, the company made a bold statement about its longevity after recently undergoing an audit of Armanino reserve evidence to increase transparency.
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