You Can Now Get Extra EUM Staking Rewards — But Only If You Stake Here.

The new year comes with a chance to get extra staking rewards. In 2020, Elitium staking offered clients up to 6.5% annual rewards.

But as we welcome in 2021, we’re giving everyone the opportunity to get up to 7% per yearall you have to do is hold a balance of EUM on Bitmart. And the exchange will automatically stake it for you.

We’re upping the rewards on BitMart because BitMart staking is easy to use and globally accessible. And we want as many clients as possible to benefit from the simple buy-and-hold mechanism.

To get up to 7% annual EUM staking rewards on BitMart, read on.

How To Get Staking Rewards On BitMart

BitMart staking is automatic. 

That means you only need to hold a coin, and the exchange will stake the balance on your behalf. 

Your funds aren’t locked, so you can trade them whenever you want (although to maximize your rewards, it’s best to hold your EUM for at least one month). And even if you’re yet to create a BitMart account, it only takes a few minutes:

  1. Click this link 
  2. Add an email and password
  3. Buy EUM (using BTC or ETH)
  4. Simply hold the balance

You don’t have to do anything else. BitMart takes a snapshot of all EUM balances at the end of each month, then calculates rewards — before distributing them on the 9th of the next month.

The process couldn’t be simpler.

Get Rewards While You Trade

Staking on BitMart benefits every Elitium client. 

However, experienced traders might be the most interested in it. That’s because you can get rewards on your idle EUM balance as you wait to execute a trade.

In doing so, your EUM works for you without ever interrupting your strategy: when the time comes to sell, you can do so immediately, given that there’s no lock-up. You don’t even have to hold a large EUM balance.

If you have at least 10 EUM in your BitMart account, you’ll get up to 7% annual staking rewards, distributed on the 9th of every month.

Get up to 7% EUM staking rewards: simply buy EUM on BitMart today.