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Crypto will not be hit as hard as other startup sectors: Sumit Gupta – Forbes India



Crypto will not be hit as hard as other startup sectors: Sumit GuptaSumit Gupta, CEO and co-founder, CoinDCX Image: Nayan Shah for Forbes India

Indian cryptocurrency exchange CoinDCX recently announced a new crypto yield program called ‘Earn’, through which customers can earn interest on their idling crypto assets. At present, the crypto unicorn is offering this feature on 15 cryptocurrencies. The highest interest will be paid out on Tether (USDT) at 13.05 percent per annum, followed by USD Coin (USDC) at 9.5 percent, and Near Protocol (NEAR) and Dai (DAI) at eight percent each.
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