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CDs, known as Certificates of Deposit or Time Deposits, are worth Trillions of dollars. CDs are worth more than gold, credit card companies, and cash. CDs pay higher interest than savings accounts, requiring money be deposited for a fixed time. Banks profit on poor customer service, early withdrawal fees, and auto-renewing you at worse rates. The % they pay you in interest doesn't keep up with the % prices increase. New USD is printed all the time, making yours less valuable. HEX replaces inefficient currencies, banks and payment networks with verifiably secure peer-to-peer technology. HEX takes the profit out of banks and government money printing and gives it to HEX holders.
Buy Ethereum to transform it into HEX, claim for free if you have Bitcoin, or buy from someone who did! Stake HEX early, long and large, and watch it multiply!
Yes, you can stake coins you bought instead of claimed
When you end your stake
It depends. If you want to accumulate the most HEX, it is best to stake for as long as possible to get the most bonus shares from the LongerPaysBetter bonus (20% per extra year).
No. If you stake 5 years once, you get about 100% bonus shares, which means getting paid about 2x as much. If you stake 1 year 5 times, you only get about 20% bonus shares.
No, the stakers pool gets paid interest. You get paid shares of the stakers pool. This means that if only 1% of coins are staked the average payout to stakers is 369%. If 2% then 184.5%. If 3% then 123%.
No, you must start a new stake
Run the end stake function or good accounting function. You will need to pay a gas fee in ETH and make sure your transaction hits the blockchain.
You or someone else runs end stake or good accounting, which takes the expired shares out of the pool and depending on which one you run, the principal plus interest and bonuses is sent to the staker. Or neither is run, and after 2 weeks a 1% per week penalty starts accruing.
Yes, it is called Emergency End Stake and it has a fee equal to the profit of half the weeks you commited to. This can hit your principal.
7 days is the minimum stake week and 10 years is the maximum.
End Stake can only be run by the Staker and pays him his coins due. Good accounting just pulls expired stake shares from the stakers share pool, it does not pay the staker any coins due.