Volatility Interest is at the heart of Gain Grid's operations. It is the daily interest rate that our expert team derives from investments and trading activities. Updated every day at UTC+0 time, it reflects the daily profit that can be earned through our strategic pools.
Volatility Interest is the daily interest that we offer to our investors from our investing and trading activities. This is not a fixed rate but changes daily according to market conditions and the performance of our investments.
We aim to provide a daily return between 0.5% to 1% to our investors through the Volatility Interest. However, please note that the rate can vary depending on several factors including market volatility, our trading performance, and other market conditions.
Volatility Interest is calculated based on the profits we generate from our investing and trading activities. Our team of experienced financial experts utilizes the pooled funds to trade in various global markets.
Through strategic trading, we capitalize on market volatility - buying assets at lower prices and selling them when the prices rise. This process enables us to generate profits, which are then distributed to our investors as Volatility Interest.
Investors can track the Volatility Interest on our platform. We provide a transparent record of the last 30 days of Volatility Interest, giving investors a clear view of the daily returns they can expect. This historical data can also provide insights into the general trend of returns, helping investors to make informed decisions.
Volatility Interest is a crucial feature that sets Gain Grid apart from other staking platforms. It provides our investors with daily returns, ensuring a steady stream of income from their staked funds.
However, like all financial returns, Volatility Interest is subject to market risks. We strongly recommend investors to do their own research and understand the risks before investing.
Disclaimer: Investing in financial markets involves risks, including the risk of loss of capital. This document should not be considered as financial advice. Always do your own research before making any investment decisions.