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How Do I Earn Interest On My Silver?

Earn Interest On My Silver
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You may be wondering, “how do I earn interest on my silver?” This is a brand new concept in the precious metals sector. Learn how you can start earning interest on your silver with this quick read.

How Can I Earn Interest On My Silver?

Silver Stonks is making it possible to earn interest on all of your physical silver purchases from its Silver Shop.  Every time you purchase a Silver Stonks silver product, you start earning interest on that purchase in the form of SSTX tokens.

In order to earn interest on your silver, all you need to do is make sure you add your digital wallet address correctly at checkout. By adding your digital wallet address, you are claiming the right to collect SSTX tokens to your wallet.

What Does It Mean to Earn Interest On My Silver?

Earning interest on your silver bullion makes it a more appealing investment. It also encourages you to think about your silver investment for the long-term, since you don’t have to wait to resell it to start earning benefits. There are several reasons why this is advantageous to an investor.

1. Own A Store of Value

Silver bullion is generally meant to be a long-term investment as a store of value. Over time, the price of silver rises, especially as inflation increases.

2. Earn Crypto Just for Owning Silver

When you purchase Silver Stonks silver products, not only are you investing in a store of value, but also earning interest in crypto. Silver Stonks’ native token, SSTX can be used in the Silver Shop to purchase silver and well as throughout our developing metaverse. 

3. Diversify Your Portfolio

By purchasing Silver Stonks’ silver and earning interest in SSTX, you are diversifying into digital and hard assets. This gives your portfolio greater exposure

Why Own Silver?

The Silver Stonks team is very bullish on owning physical silver (not the manipulated paper shares you can purchase in the stock market. A few reasons include silver’s limited supply, increasing demand, and accessible price. If you want a more detailed explanation, check out a comparison with gold in this articke, Silver vs Gold.

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Teresa D.

Teresa D.

Teresa is the co-founder and CFO to Silver Stonks. Her background is in wealth management and scaling startups.

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