3 Ways to Maximize Your Bitcoin Investment

3 Ways to Maximize Your Bitcoin Investment

By Anasova Staff

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It’s estimated that over 100 MILLION people throughout the world currently hold Bitcoin. If you are one of them, consider these 3 tips for leveraging your stash:


1. Get a Bitcoin Rewards Card

Who needs more travel points? Instead, consider adding to your current Bitcoin investment through a rewards card. There are a handful of companies that you can use to earn Bitcoin rewards. Here are two you can should check out today:

Upgrade offers 1.5% back in Bitcoin on payments made on purchases. The company offers line amounts ranging from $500-$50,000. Open an Upgrade account and check your line and rates.

BlockFi offers “the world’s first Bitcoin rewards card.” Presented by BlockFi, this Visa card offer 3.5% back in Bitcoin for every purchase for the first 90 days. View the BlockFi rewards card offer here.


2. Borrow Against Your Bitcoin

If you have a purchase coming up and are low on cash, but high on Bitcoin, considering leveraging your investment to secure a loan. BlockFi allows consumers to borrow against their Bitcoin investments at a rate under 5%.

Learn how to borrow against Bitcoin here.


3. Earn Interest on Your Bitcoin

If you prefer to let your Bitcoin sit and grow, you can earn up to 8.5% APY on your Bitcoin with a BlockFi Interest Account (BIA)

Learn more about the BlockFi Interest Account here.



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