New Crypto Exchange Promises Dividends to Investors
Crypto exchange gives up 25% of its net profits, allowing all investors and traders to collect quarterly dividends.
Earlier this January, the global cryptocurrency market exceeded $700 bln, reaching an all-time high in the valuation of all cryptocurrencies combined. Market capitalization amplifies an asset’s value by that asset’s overall amount in circulation. The spike occurred as a result of the increase in the value of more than 1,400 cryptocurrencies in use.
Considering the growth opportunity, traders and investors are starting to get more involved in the crypto world. Now, more than ever, people are looking at cryptocurrencies from an investment perspective. However, crypto investing doesn’t compare to picking stocks on e-Trade because e-Trade is a third party between the Stock Exchange and an investor. Intermediaries or third parties don’t exist when trading on decentralized exchanges.
A “safe haven” against the South Korean crypto exchange ban
A young, driven company CoinSpark with a business model focused on its investors and traders aims to become a new type of decentralized digital asset exchange. It enters the scene in the attempt to reward the crypto community in the form dividends issued proportionally to all SPARK coin holders. The goal is to develop a decentralized digital asset exchange where customers receive 25 percent of the company's net profits.
Another core benefit of the CoinSpark business model is linked to its