Voyager Enters New Year with 2% Annual Interest on ETH, LTC, BCH

Voyager, a crypto brokerage firm, has added Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum (ETH) to its platform, with an annual interest of 2%, according to Sludgefeed website.

Through the Voyager Interest Program, traders can actively exchange Litecoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin, to earn annual interest, without any limits or lockups, the company that had a commission-free trading app stated on Thursday.

Investors must have a balance of at least 2 LTC, 0.3 BTC or 0.5 ETH on the Voyager App in order to be entitled to receive the interests on the fifth business day of the following month.

“To participate, you must simply maintain the average balance required for each asset. Interest rates are calculated on an annual basis, and will be paid out at the end of each month in the interest-bearing asset,” the company added.

Through the Voyager Interest Program, investors are eligible for annual interests of 3% and 5% on Bitcoin and Voyager Token balances which are above 0.01 BTC and 2,000 VGX, respectively.

Investors should take into account that interests are calculated according to the average daily balance.

Rabea Maguid

Rabea Maguid is a journalist completely obsessed with crypto industry. He holds B.A. from Al-Azhar University, and has a background in journalism and economics. Rabea Maguid likes to think about the future in a positive way, and sees blockchain as a potential driver of deep societal change.

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