Switzerland: Regulated Crypto Bank Now offers Yields on Its Stablecoin

Sygnum–a digital asset bank with operational licenses in Switzerland and Singapore, is offering a 0.75 percent annual yield on its stablecoin, the Digital CHF (DCHF), a press release on Mar 16 reveals. The bank is launching a 3-month Digital CHF (DCHF) fixed-term deposit product in a Swiss negative interest rate environment. Sygnum is Trailblazing To
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