AltaFin Launches AFN Token ICO, Earn Lending

Sustainable crypto savings platform AltaFin announced that it has publicly launched its self-hosted cryptocurrency Initial Coin Offering (AFN).

LEHI, Utah (PRWEB) August 25, 2021

Sustainable crypto savings platform AltaFin (AFN) announced that it has publicly launched its self-hosted cryptocurrency Initial Coin Offering (ICO).

“We are very pleased to have launched our cryptocurrency and the corresponding earn savings platform publicly,” said Jeremy Crane, CEO and founder of AltaFin. “This important milestone enables AltaFin to publicly begin its core mission of pushing the boundaries of cryptocurrency innovation in fintech, starting with sustainable cryptocurrency saving powered by our AltaFin crypto token.”

This cryptocurrency launch coincides with the launch of AltaFin’s sustainable cryptocurrency savings platform and earn savings product. AltaFin Earn Saving offers up to 22% APY interest on basic and bonus digital assets that are calculated daily and redeemed every 7 days. Earn Saving is currently paying interest on the Base USDC and Bonus AFN digital assets.

More information can be found at altafin.co/ico or altafin.co/earn.

ABOUT ALTAFIN:

AltaFin is on a mission to bring the world’s first sustainable high APY cryptocurrency savings platform to market powered by AltaFin Token. AltaFin is a fintech company focused on blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies and their combined wider application in the global economy. With AltaFin, people can earn sustainable interest on crypto assets through earn saving.

PRESS CONTACT:

801-436-7610

press@altafin.co

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