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World of Banking Is Waking Up

Virtuse Admin
by Virtuse Admin
9. September 2020
World of Banking Is Waking Up

At Virtuse, we believe the only insurance in life we have is first to take responsibility for ourselves. 

No politicians or governments are coming to save you. 

That’s why we must learn to make and protect and grow money on our own.

Everyone, anywhere in the world, should have a shot at their financial freedom. 

However, banks are not going to get us there. 

Banking clients worldwide are tired of slow and expensive transfers, zero interest rates on deposits, and ever-increasing surveillance. 

But the world of finance is waking up. 

One of the most remarkable developments in decentralized finance (DeFi) space is decentralized lending. 

These platforms make banking more flexible for anyone regardless of where they live and how much money they have.  

That’s why Virtuse partnered with CRED.

CRED offers anyone in over 100 countries an opportunity to earn up to 10% interest p.a. on their crypto and USD stablecoins. 

Wait, there is more.

You don’t have to sell your crypto to get cash. With CRED, you can also borrow USD, Euros, and other fiat currencies with your crypto as collateral.

Currently, at Virtuse, you can now: 

  • Buy, sell, or store 14 major crypto and 100+ ETFs. 
  • Earn interest on your crypto holdings.
  • Borrow USD and EUR.
  • Save up for your retirement with our recurring trades. 

Make no mistake…

Virtuse is building the ultimate digital bank. 

So start now.

Earning up to 10% interest is easy. Here’s how it works:

  1. Register at Virtuse.com
  2. Convert your USD at our fiat gateway. 
  3. Buy BTC, ETH, or PAX at Virtuse platform.
  4. Click on the Cred link and Virtuse.com
  5. Send BTC, ETH, or PAX from your Virtuse wallet.
  6. Enjoy up to 10% interest p.a. 

Once you compare Virtuse 10% rates to a 0.125% rate at your local bank, it’s easy to see the difference. 

 

START TRADING


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