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BlockFi Clients Can Now Start Earning Interest On Any Amount of Crypto

Clients of BlockFi, a cryptocurrency lending company, will now be able to start earning interest on any amount of Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), and Gemini Dollar (GUSD).No minimum deposit to earn interestOn Sept. 13, the New York-based cryptocurrency lending company, BlockFi, announced that, starting today, its BlockFi Interest Account

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Cryptocurrency Lender BlockFi Secures New $18.3 Million Funding

Photo: BlockFiNew York-based cryptocurrency lender, BlockFi, has successfully raised $18.3 million in a Series A funding round which was led by Valar Ventures. The funding round also saw contributions from other heavy names in the cryptocurrency sector including Winklevoss Capital, Galaxy Digital, ConsenSys Ventures, Akuna Capital, Avon Ventures, Susquehanna,

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BlockFi Lowers Investment Threshold for Earning Bitcoin Interest

Bitcoin prices may be dropping, but one cryptocurrency-based lending startup is looking to expand the appeal of digital assets. BlockFi, which is backed by the Winklevoss Twins’ cryptocurrency conglomeration Gemini, has agreed to lower the BTC investment threshold for participating in its interest generating program. Last month, BlockFi announced the

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BlockFi Reduces Minimum Bitcoin Deposit Required to Earn Monthly Interest

According to an article by Forbes published April 23, 2019, crypto lending startup BlockFi has slashed its minimum bitcoin deposit required to earn monthly interest from one BTC to 0.5 BTC. The startup has also announced that it will expand its business to India. BlockFi Slashes Required Amount of Bitcoin BlockFi, a

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BlockFi Lowers Interest Rates for Top Tier Crypto Deposit Accounts

Crypto wealth management and lending company BlockFi has lowered the interest rates for their biggest cryptocurrency deposit accounts, according to an official blog post on March 22.BlockFi launched the BlockFi Interest Accounts (BIA), cryptocurrency accounts supporting Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin (BTC), earlier in March. The accounts initially offered a

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