Binance.US Announces Ethereum Staking With 6% APY

Binance.US takes immense pride and satisfaction in announcing that Ethereum is now at the user’s disposal for staking on the platform, and also because of their generous gesture by making the offer of a starting percentage yield (APY) rate of 6%. All of this is happening before The Merge. For the uninitiated, Binance.US is America’s most trusted and popular platform for users to buy, sell, trade, stake, and convert their digital assets. 

This apparent difference is palpable, noticeable, and appreciated by one and all users. In this way, Binance.US is successfully fulfilling its long-term commitment by launching staking for ETH, one of the most coveted tokens to possess, amongst all others in this world. Undoubtedly, users are greatly impressed with this attitude coming from the stable of Binance.US, in keeping their interests as the top priority and constantly providing better standards of products and services. 

By doing this, Binance.US ensures it will maintain its position and formidable space amongst all Top Crypto Exchanges and carry on climbing higher on the ladder of ultimate success.

Binance.US is in the business and is involved in lowering the otherwise plentiful barricades for users by making staking their digital assets a whole lot easier and the overall availability and accessibility more within comfortable and convenient reach. Considering and understanding the facts, it is not at all difficult to understand how and why this is so.  For a user to fulfill their desire to stake directly through the Ethereum Network, they would require a minimum of 32 ETH. However, in the case of Binance.US, and to the users’ complete satisfaction, they can stake on as low a figure as just about 0.001 ETH.

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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