YieldNodes Interest Rates

Interest rates last updated July 15, 2022.

YieldNodes Facts

YieldNodes Facts

Founded 2018

Compounding interest

Yes

Withdrawal fees

No

Availability

Worldwide

Lockup terms

6 mo. initial deposit, withdraws available monthly

Payouts

Monthly on the 1st

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YieldNodes Review

YieldNodes Pros

  • Very high returns
  • Easy to use platform
  • Market agnostic yield methods

YieldNodes Cons

  • Minimum deposit required ($500 Euro+)
  • 6 month initial deposit term
  • Returns are targets and will vary
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YieldNodes started as an easy way to setup and profit from masternode and pool operation, has morphed into a more robust yield generation platform. The business model and profits now come not just from operating masternodes, but also from running their own cryptocurrency projects or operating an exchange (Heliobank), and price appreciation of coins.

YieldNodes charges a maximum 15% fee from your profits to operate and maintain the service.

Yields are automatically compounded.

How YieldNodes deposits and conversions work

YieldNodes bases all funds around the Euro, so while you deposit Bitcoin, it is converted to Euro stablecoin upon deposit, and converted back to Bitcoin upon withdraw. The negative here is that any price appreciation is lost during the time, but is part of the yield generation method that YieldNodes uses.

You may also deposit USDT (TRC-20, a Tron-based stablecoin), which is converted to a euro-basis as well.

An initial deposit of at least $500 Euro is required, and it will remain locked up for 6 months before it can be withdrawn.

A 7-day “idle” period happens for each deposit, while they converting it for usage in their platform.

Since YieldNodes is based around pools and masternodes, the withdraw period takes considerably more time than other platforms as the funds and masternodes must be created or destroyed as funds move in and out of the service.

Withdraws must be requested by the 15th of each month, with the transaction being completed on the 8th of the following month.

Our take on YieldNodes

While YieldNodes offers some of the highest returns we’ve seen on any platform, and has delivered consistently for over 3 years time, our largest complaint with its model for deposits is how you do not directly benefit from the potential price appreciation of Bitcoin. Since deposited Bitcoin is converted to a euro-basis, and converted back to Bitcoin on withdraw, if Bitcoin doubles in the initial 6 month deposit period, you only receive half as much of your deposited amount of Bitcoin (you do receive yields on the deposit, but you do not gain from the price appreciation). For those long on the price of Bitcoin, you might be better served by a different platform that does not convert your Bitcoin and pays you yields in-kind.

However, if you have stablecoin, or new funds you are willing to invest for at least 6 months, and want to receive the eventual payouts in Bitcoin, YieldNodes might be a good option.


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YieldNodes FAQ

Is YieldNodes interest compounded?

Yes, YieldNodes compounds interest.

How often do you receive payouts at YieldNodes?

Monthly on the 1st.

Where is the YieldNodes headquartered/located?

YieldNodes is located in Hong Kong.

Where is YieldNodes available (what countries is YieldNodes available)?

Worldwide.

When was YieldNodes founded?

YieldNodes was founded in 2018.

Is YieldNodes available in the USA?

Yes, YieldNodes is available in the USA.

Is YieldNodes legitimate?

Yes, YieldNodes is legitimate. Located in Hong Kong, they follow local regulations and only serve customers in areas ruled by those jurisdictions. YieldNodes has been in business since 2018.

Does YieldNodes pay interest on Bitcoin?

No, YieldNodes does not pay interest on Bitcoin.

Does YieldNodes pay interest on Ethereum?

No, YieldNodes does not pay interest on Ethereum.

Does YieldNodes pay interest on Dogecoin?

No, YieldNodes does not support Dogecoin.

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