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Coinhold Product
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About emcd. Coinhold

emcd. Coinhold is a savings wallet that enables you to earn additional income
of up to 12% annually through cryptocurrency storage.

Coinhold savings wallet advantages:

  • Investment in low-risk products

  • Transparent system of receiving income

  • Daily interest accruals

  • Protection of your funds from inflation, financial crises and geopolitical

  • The emcd. platform imposes no fees for transfers between the emcd. wallet and
    the Coinhold savings wallet

  • Referral program that allows you to earn more interest

Coinhold general conditions

Supported Cryptocurrencies for opening a Coinhold savings wallet









Bitcoin Cash



USD Coin

Annual Return

Annual return can reach up to 8% for BTC, LTC, BCH, ETH mining cryptocurrencies, and up to 12% for USDT and USDC stablecoins.

Interest accrual conditions

Interest on the balance in your Coinhold savings wallet is calculated on a daily basis.

To receive interest, your Coinhold balance must not be changed for a period of 24 hours from the date of the deposit or withdrawal.

Interest payments

Interest is paid every 30 days starting from the date you open your Coinhold savings wallet.

Partial Withdrawal

Partial Withdrawal is available for certain types of Coinhold. For detailed information, please refer to the "Coinhold Types" article.

Early closure

Depending on the type of Coinhold you have chosen, you can close the savings deposit yourself, the accrued % may be lost (depending on the type).

Please note that all withdrawals from your Coinhold savings wallet (including partial withdrawals and early closure) will be frozen for 24 hours.

This means that after the Coinhold withdrawal/closing request is completed, the withdrawn amount will appear in your wallet after 24 hours.

The information about the types of Coinholds you can find in the article "Types of Coinhold".

Other frequently asked questions can be found in the article "Coinhold emcd. FAQ"

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