Help investors to earn considerable yields
Dual-Investment is a non-principal-guaranteed product with considerable earnings involving two kinds of cryptocurrency. This product is more suitable for investors who plan to hold in the long term, but also continue to grow the amount of cryptos on hand at the same time.
Facilitates investors to buy crypto assets at a lower price or sell at a higher price. No matter how the price moves, investors can always earn interest at settlement time. Investors can flexibly configure multiple Dual Investment portfolios, for example: * Subscribe to many "Buy Low" products to achieve the strategy of regular investment at lower price. * Subscribe to "Buy Low" and "Sell High" products at the same time can achieve hedging, grid trading or other strategies to gain more profits.
* “Buy Low”: deposit USDT to earn more BTC or USDT. 1- If the Settlement price of BTC ≤ Target price when the settlement time arrives, USDT will be automatically bought into BTC + interest received. 2- If the Settlement price of BTC > Target price when the settlement time arrives, investors will still keep USDT + interest received. * "Sell High": deposit BTC to earn more USDT or BTC. 1- If the Settlement price of BTC ≥ Target price when the settlement time arrives, BTC will automatically be sold into USDT + interest received. 2- If the Settlement price of BTC < Target price when the settlement time arrives, investors will still keep BTC + interest received.
A benchmark price at which you want to buy or sell crypto. For example, if the settlement price is below the strike price on settlement time, the product will be settled in BTC (in BTC-USDT dual investment). If the settlement price is above the strike price, the product will be settled in USDT.
Subscription amounts in dual investment will be locked-up during the investment period. Thus, investors will sacrifice certain capital efficiency because they can't withdraw in advance until the settlement date. Due to price fluctuations, investors' assets may be exchanged for another settlement asset. Although investors definitely will earn interest, they should consider the loss caused by the devaluation of the asset itself.