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INLOCK makes institutional lending simple

Now, more than ever, people want to know how to make their savings grow — or, at the very least, prevent them from being inflated away by central bank printing, economic stimulus programs and government spending.


Sadly, savings accounts have been traditionally dominated by legacy financial institutions — where expected yields amount to little more than zero and fiat currency inflation all but guarantees a negligible return. This is particularly problematic in economic regions with weaker currencies that are more vulnerable to geopolitical tensions and global economic crises. It is here that the nascent worlds of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and fintech are drawing significant attention.


As a leader in this new lending space, INLOCK’s Savings Account solutions offer yearly returns of up to 10%, making them far more attractive to those looking to capitalize on their savings and forgo traditional bank deposits and bonds — which merely feature incredibly-low interest rates alongside the risks associated with the stock market and foreign exchange.



INLOCK makes institutional lending simple


Though some view the world of finance — and, more so, the world of digital currencies — as being complicated, INLOCK’s business model is really quite simple.


INLOCK’s customers deposit digital currencies into the safe and secure platform. In doing so, they generate significantly higher interest rates than they would through bank deposits or bonds. The customers’ funds are loaned to major exchanges, over-the-counter trading desks, venture capital funds, and other related businesses in an effort to provide their much-needed liquidity — for which they are often willing to pay a premium.


INLOCK currently has approximately 10,000 customers and has more than $10 million in assets under management — a testament to its excellent track record and ever-growing popularity.


The platform ensures that collateral is protected in a way not entirely dissimilar to a traditional mortgage. In short, companies that borrow from INLOCK deposit collateral that is quickly liquidated and over-insured in value. This all but guarantees loan repayment.



Is INLOCK safe?


It is no secret that digital currencies — while offering immutability, transparency, and financial freedom — pose certain risks, as the technology associated with the fintech world is not always impermeable to fraud and cybersecurity breaches.


Because of this, INLOCK has an institutional-grade insurance plan with an industry-leading partner holding a SOC 2 Type II safety certificate audited by Ernst & Young. INLOCK’s partner’s insurance plan has also been rated “A” for “strong” by A.M. Best, an insurance rating company founded in 1899.


Adding to the safety of the platform is INLOCK’s regulatory compliance with AML/KYC procedures accepted by EU FIU and audited by an independent CISSP auditor company. In fact, INLOCK was one of the very first to register and gain regulatory approval in Hungary when requirements were introduced at the end of 2019.


All of this combines to make INLOCK the safest place to both save digital assets and earn high-interest payouts on them.



Interest is earned daily, payments are made weekly


Unlike other savings-account solutions, INLOCK does not force long-term commitments on its customers. Rather, interest is credited to customers’ accounts on a daily basis. Payments, meanwhile, are paid weekly. On top of this, the weekly interest payments are credited to the capital, so said payments continue to bear interest.


Additionally, there is no minimum amount that must be deposited into a Savings Account, so customers can test out the platform for themselves with only a small amount of capital and withdraw said capital — as well as any accrued interest — at any moment.



What assets and currencies does INLOCK support?


INLOCK offers a variety of high-yield savings accounts, depending on your preferred digital asset.


If you prefer the traditional safe-haven aspects of gold, you may use gold-backed PAXG tokens from PAXOS. If you prefer the U.S. dollar but wish to divorce yourself from ridiculous banking fees, you may use USDC tokens from CIRCLE or USDT from Tether. If you prefer cryptocurrencies, you may use a selection of the market’s best, including:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • DAI
  • Binance Coin (BNB)
  • Basic Attention Token (BAT)
  • OmiseGO (OMG)
  • Chainlink (LINK)
  • Maker (MKR)
  • Uniswap (UNI)


All of the above-mentioned digital assets and cryptocurrencies are very easily obtained through regulated online exchanges and crypto ATMs.


Investors looking to employ a “buy-and-hold” strategy are increasingly finding INLOCK to be a superior solution, as the initial costs of purchases may be quickly recuperated through INLOCK’s daily interest accrual and weekly payouts.



How to get started with INLOCK


Earning high-interest on your digital asset savings with INLOCK is both easy and user-friendly. Simply download the INLOCK: Crypto Savings Account mobile application for either Android or iOS and follow the simple registration steps.


If you require assistance or would like to learn more, the team at INLOCK is always ready to assist through its official communication channels.


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