EasyFi has just announced two new and exclusive staking programs for their EZ and EZ (IOU) token holders. The programs have simultaneously launched on Monday the 19th of July at 2:30 pm UTC or 8 pm IST.
EasyFi Arrives In Times Square
EasyFi announced itself to the world with the launch of the brand new EasyFi application, with an ad on the Nasdaq building. The ad will be running on the Nasdaq building till the 25th of July.
The New Staking Programs
EasyFi’s new staking programs have been designed exclusively for EZ and EZ(IOU) token holders, being launched on the new and improved user interface on the EasyFi app. The details of the two staking programs are as follows.
Stake EZ To Earn EZ
The first program, as the name suggests, allows users to stake their EZ tokens. EasyFi will give its users two easy staking options to choose from, the 90-day program and the 180-day program. Users have the option of locking their EZ tokens for the entire duration of 90 days or 180 days. They can also withdraw their tokens at any time that they choose. The staking program starts on the 19th of July 2021, with the 90-day program ending on the 17th of October 2021 and the 180-day program ending on the 15th of January 2022. Staking programs have an APR of 50%.
Stake EZ (IOU) To Earn EZ
The second program allows users to stake their EZ (IOU) tokens. Users will have two flexible options to stake their tokens, one for 60 days and a second option for 90 days. As with the first program, users can keep their EZ (IOU) tokens locked for the entire duration of 60 or 90 days. They can also choose to withdraw their tokens at any time. The program starts on the 19th of July, with the 60-day staking program ending on the 17th of September 2021 and the 90-day staking program ending on the 17th of October 2021.
The EasyFi App
EasyFi has also launched their application along with the staking program, complete with a brand new, user-friendly, ultra-smooth, and light UI/UX. The app was launched immediately after Halborn completed the audit of their smart contracts.
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