FAQ – Minters yield

Minter's Yield I Minted before the launch of the Yield Engine, are my yields retroactive? Yes, all Kinesis Yields, including the Minter’s Yield, are retroactively calculated. You will have been credited with all qualifying yields accrued from the beginning of your activity, between April 2019 and June 2021, in one lump sum on the first yield payout date. Am I eligible for the Minter’s Yield? What Qualifies my KAU and KAG? The Minter’s yield is designed to reward Kinesis users for minting and then using that minted KAU and KAG. In order to be eligible for the Minter’s Yield, you must first buy Kinesis Gold or Silver in the process of creating your own Kinesis currencies (aka. Minting), either using fiat or through the EPD process. You then activate your Minter’s Yield by either selling or spending your KAG or KAU on the Kinesis Exchange or using the debit card or transferring it to an unrelated, verified account or wallet. For a full breakdown please read our comprehensive eligibility guide. Do I need to Mint every month to receive my Minter’s Yield? No. Your Minter’s yield is perpetual and you will be receiving a proportional stake of the Minter’s Yield fee pool every month on the amount you have minted and activated. You can grow this with monthly activity, however, previous activity will also be attributed to your account. If I complete an EPD process, will that count towards the Minter’s yield? Yes, Exchanging Physical for Digital (EPD), followed by either sending your digitalised bullion to another verified user’s account or selling/ trading it on the Kinesis Exchange, counts towards your Minter’s yield. Please find the guidelines here. Will I receive the Minter’s yield if I purchase another asset (other than USD) with my minted gold or silver? Yes. you will receive the Minter’s Yield as long as the KAU and KAG you are selling have been minted, and not bought on the Kinesis Exchange. How is my Minter’s Yield calculated? How much Minter’s Yield will I receive? 5% of the Kinesis Master Fee pool is allocated to the Minter’s Yield fee pool. This 5% is then distributed to all who are eligible for the Minter’s yield in the proportion they have minted and used (either by sending or spending) as compared to other participants. Calculating your Minter’s Yield consists of three steps: Calculating the ratio of gold or silver you have minted and sent or spent versus the total amount minted and sent or spent by all Kinesis users.Ensuring you followed all the steps in order to qualify for the Minter’s Yield (either by minting your KAU and KAG and selling on the Kinesis Exchange; or alternatively, by minting and sending it to another non-related Kinesis Account or Kinesis Wallet)Calculating the 3 x multiplier bonuses (eg. if you participated in the Kinesis PMO or IMO offers) and adding all amounts together to get the total qualified Minted amounts. Please find a more detailed breakdown here. Do I need to link my external accounts to receive the Minter’s Yield? Although the vast majority of Kinesis users will be required to take no action, we still urge all participants to check that all addresses previously minted to are listed in the address linking widget on the platform. However, If you have only ever minted to the Kinesis Money platform via the Mint, your account should automatically be linked and no further action would be required. Those who have previously minted to an external wallet, will be required to prove ownership of that wallet by linking it. We would like to emphasise that all unlisted addresses will not receive a yield. This is why it is imperative that all users follow the steps to ensure all addresses previously minted to are linked and listed. A comprehensive linking guide can be found here. How, where and in which currency will I get paid? You will receive a yield in gold on all minted and transacted (sent or spent) qualifying Kinesis gold (KAU) and yield in silver on all minted and transacted (sent or spent) qualifying Kinesis silver (KAG).yields are paid monthly, in week 1 of each following month, for all yields accrued in the previous month.Your earned yield will be paid into your Kinesis Money KAU and KAG Account, although Kinesis calculates and checks your holdings and minted coins on all linked addresses. You can keep track of your yield via the yield dashboard in the Kinesis Money platform.

Doug Turner
Doug Turner

10/08/2021

FAQ – Segregated Facility EPD

System integrity Can I deposit coins and bars of varying fineness? Yes, you are able to deposit gold and silver coins and bars of varying fineness. However, in circumstances where the coin or bar deposit is below the fineness of .9999 for gold and .999 for silver, Kinesis has implemented strict rules to ensure that 1 KAU remains based on an exact 1:1 allocation of 1 gram of .9999 fine physical gold bullion and 1 KAG remains based on an exact 1:1 allocation of 1 oz of .999 fine silver, and the integrity of the Kinesis Monetary System is preserved, at all times.  See the question below, or visit the coins and bars section of the EPD page for full details - here. How will Kinesis ensure that 1 KAU is always based on 1g .9999 fine gold and 1 KAG is based on 1oz of .999 fine silver? Kinesis has implemented the following emission rules to ensure that 1 KAU is based on an exact 1:1 allocation of 1g of .9999 fine gold, and 1 KAG is based on an exact 1:1 allocation of 1oz of .999 silver. at all times. Kinesis will only recognise the value of the metal that each coin contains. Kinesis users wishing to deposit coins or bars will need to have their coin and/or bar collection assayed at their expense with a service provider of Kinesis’ choosing. The assayer will provide Kinesis with details of the fine weight of the gold contained in each submitted coin and/or bar. Please see the EPD requirements page for the full emission schedule - here. In this way, each 1 KAU emitted to the depositor will be based on an exact allocation of 1 gram of .9999 fine gold, and 1 KAG emitted to the depositor will be based on an exact allocation of 1 ounce of .999 fine silver, and Kinesis will ensure the integrity of the Kinesis Monetary System is preserved.  Please visit the EPD page for more info - here. Will the coins and bars be audited? Yes, all coins, bars and ingots will be independently audited twice a year. We employ the world-class independent audit and inspection specialist, Inspectorate International, a Bureau Veritas company, to conduct regular, independent, physical audits of all physical gold and silver underpinning Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies. All our audits are publicly available - here. Deposit queries What are the minimum deposit requirements? For your coins or bars to qualify for EPD you must have a minimum deposit size of at least 3.22ozt .9999 gold, equivalent to at least 100 KAU, or in the case of KAG, a minimum deposit size of at least 200ozt 999 silver, equivalent to at least 200 KAG. Can I bring small bars and ingots into the Kinesis segregated facility? Yes, subject to approval, small bars and ingots can be deposited into the Kinesis segregated facility.  Can I deposit coins and bars within the same EPD cycle? Yes, users are able to deposit coins, bars and ingots within the same EPD cycle. Can I deposit silver coins, bars or ingots? Yes, subject to approval, silver bars and silver ingots can be deposited into the Kinesis segregated facility.  Costs What are the fees? There is a 1% deposit fee charged on all coins and bars deposited via the Exchange Physical for Digital (Coins - bars) process.There is a 2.5% p.a. segregated management fee, charged monthly at 0.2083% per month.  Kinesis users wishing to deposit coins or bars will need to have their coin and/or bar collection assayed at their expense with a service provider of Kinesis’ choosing. Additionally, fees will be charged for both the delivery and cataloguing of the coin or bar holdings.Assay, delivery and cataloguing fees are calculated on individual circumstances and we will provide a quote after assessment. Visit the EPD page on the Kinesis Mint to apply and receive a personalised quote. Storage How are my coins and bars stored? Is the storage segregated? Yes, the storage is segregated. The segregated coins and bars are stored within the ABX cage of the participating vaulting provider, and are attributed to the individual depositor.  In addition to the general information about the deposit, the tube/box/bag number, depositor information, and special notes, such as observed damage, year, edition etc, and, importantly, the KMS HIN of the depositor, would be recorded in the ABX Vault Management System.  Redemption Can I redeem my coins and bars? Yes, the coins and bars deposited for EPD can be redeemed at any time.  The original depositor or an authorized representative of the depositor via redemption are able to request redemption via the redemption tab of the settings page on the KM platform. In this case, the depositor would need to return the respective number of KAU/KAG to the emission address and pay redemption fees. The coins deposits are virtually segregated to the depositor and cannot be withdrawn by other participants.This will remain in effect unless the depositor fails to meet the Balance Maintenance Requirement or fails to pay the minimum segregated management fee. See Rules FAQ section, or visit the EPD (Coins and bars) requirements - here. Can another Kinesis user redeem my coins and bars? No, only the depositor can withdraw their coins or bars from segregated storage. These coins/bars will not be withdrawn unless expressly requested by the original depositor or an authorized representative of the depositor via redemption.The coins/bars deposited are effectively segregated to the depositor and cannot be withdrawn by other Kinesis system participants. This will remain in effect unless the depositor fails to meet the Balance Maintenance Requirement or fails to pay the segregated management fee. See Rules FAQ section, or visit the EPD (Coins and bars) requirements - here. What are the redemption fees? What are the minimum requirements? Kinesis gold (KAU) and Kinesis silver (KAG) holders are fully entitled to redeem the underlying coins and bars their KAU or KAG are based on, subject to withdrawal fees and minimum withdrawal requirements. The minimum withdrawal requirement for gold coins and gold bars is a quantity of coins and bars with a combined fine weight of a minimum of 100 grams of .9999 gold. The minimum withdrawal requirement for silver coins and silver bars is a quantity of coins and bars with a combined fine weight of a minimum of 200 ounces of .999 silver. The redemption cost and minimum withdrawal requirements of Kinesis are among the lowest in the industry. Redeeming bullion simultaneously liquidates the digital representation of the bullion and removes the respective currency from KAU or KAG circulation. See fees page - here. Rules Is there a limit to how much of my KAU or KAG I can liquidate? Yes, to preserve the segregated status of the deposited coins or bars, a depositor must have ⅔ of their KAU or KAG balance received from EPD of coins or bars, in their account on the last calendar day of each calendar month. This is called the Balance Maintenance Requirement. Therefore, a depositor may liquidate as much of their KAU or KAG balance received from EPD of coins or bars deposited as they wish, as long as their KAU or KAG balance received from EPD of coins or bars deposited, is above the ⅔ requirement stated in the Balance Maintenance Requirement, on the last calendar day of the month.The depositor must follow the Balance Maintenance Requirement rule or risk losing their holdings and the ability to redeem those coins, in exchange for KAU or KAG, in the future. If a user redeems part of their segregated holdings, the ⅔ watermark is applied to the remaining coins or bars in segregation. There is no maximum, so long as the amount remaining does not fall below the 100 KAU or 200 KAG equivalent. What will happen if I don’t adhere to the Balance Maintenance Requirement? The Balance Maintenance Requirement rule means the depositor must hold at least 2/3 of the KAU or KAG received from EPD of coins or bars deposited, in their KM account, on the last calendar day of the month. The depositor’s balance is checked monthly and if the quantity of KAU or KAG within the depositor’s account falls below the stated requirement, they will be given 30 days to top back up to the required level.If they do not meet this requirement and the top-up warning is met with inaction, Kinesis will have the authority to remove up to 1/3 of the segregated holdings. The depositor will now have a new watermark set that they will need to maintain at the start of the next month or they may lose segregation of up to another 1/3 of the remaining holdings. Read the full details of the Balance Maintenance Requirement rule - here. How do I keep track of my ⅔ holding limits? If the user’s holdings drop below the ⅔ KAU or KAG balance limit stated in the Balance Maintenance Requirement rule, Kinesis users will be contacted via email and phone, to inform them they have 30 days to top back up to the required level.

Natalie Laz
Natalie Laz

26/07/2021

FAQ – Audits

Audits Are Kinesis gold and silver holdings independently audited? Yes, yes all gold and silver held by Kinesis undergo independent, third-party audits, twice a year. We employ the world-class independent audit and inspection specialist, Inspectorate International, a Bureau Veritas company, to conduct regular, independent, physical audits of all gold and silver within the Kinesis vaults. Additionally, independent auditors perform a series of assessments to ensure the weight and fineness of the bullion is as stated, and the quality of the storage is satisfactory.  Where can I read Kinesis’ audit reports? All independents audits of Kinesis gold and silver holdings are accessible at the top of the page. Who conducts Kinesis audits? Audits of all physical gold and silver underpinning Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies are conducted, twice a year, by Inspectorate International, a Bureau Veritas company and leading global physical commodity audit and inspection specialist. How often are audits of the Kinesis gold and silver holdings conducted? Inspectorate International conducts an independent audit of all physical gold and silver underpinning Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies, twice a year. How does an audit work? At a designated time and date, independent officers from Inspectorate International enter all of Kinesis’ global vaulting facilities and physically tally the quantity of gold and silver held. Shortly thereafter, the inspectors checked the total against the quantity reported by Kinesis’ parent company, ABX, in the inventory report on a prior date. Therefore, the quantity of gold and silver held in our vaults is checked against the record of all KAU and KAG in circulation, stored on our blockchain. See a live record of all Kinesis currencies in existence - here. As well as recording the quantity, the auditors assess the quality and weight of a random selection of gold and silver bars. For this purpose, the inspectors carry out tests to assess the weight and fineness of the gold and silver. Additionally, the auditors assess whether or not the quality of the storage facility was satisfactory. The results of the audit verify that every KAU and KAG within the Kinesis monetary system is based on an exact 1:1 allocated quantity of physical gold and silver. Trust and security Why should I trust Kinesis? Kinesis was founded by Allocated Bullion Exchange (ABX), a leading institutional exchange with 10 years’ experience trading fully allocated precious metals globally. ABX is a public company with an outstanding reputation in the precious metals space. Founded in 2011, ABX brings its extensive vaulting network and precious metals trading experience to the operation of Kinesis and the secure, transparent custody of all gold and silver bullion holdings.  Kinesis guarantees the highest-grade security of your precious metals, through world-renowned vaulting partners; Loomis Zurich, OZL Liechtenstein and Brinks.  For a detailed breakdown of Kinesis gold and silver holdings, see our Trust and Security page - here.Visit our Trustpilot page to see what our users think of Kinesis Money - here. Can I redeem my gold and silver? All Kinesis gold and silver holdings are fully redeemable. Kinesis and ABX understand the absolute necessity of physical redemption in gold and silver provision. As a matter of imperative assurance, Kinesis offers physical redemption on all precious metals behind your gold and silver-based digital currencies. Kinesis currency holders are fully entitled to redeem the underlying bullion the Kinesis gold (KAU) & KAG (Kinesis silver) are based on, subject to withdrawal fees and minimum withdrawal requirements. The redemption cost and minimum withdrawal requirements of Kinesis are among the lowest in the industry.Kinesis enables users to redeem as little as 100 grams of gold or 200 ounces of silver, with a fee of 0.45% + $100 USD + delivery costs.We provide redemption of the underlying bullion through our logistic partners Loomis, Brinks and Malca-Amit.Redemption is available from the Settings tab of your Kinesis Money account.  What are Kinesis gold (KAU) and Kinesis silver (KAG)? Kinesis gold (KAU) and Kinesis silver (KAG) are a 1:1 digital representation of fully allocated physical gold and silver bullion. Through combining precious metals with blockchain technology, KAU and KAG enable fully allocated gold and silver bullion to be instantly purchased, traded, spent and sent anywhere in the world. For the full specifications of Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies, as well as the underlying bars, please visit our assets page - here.

Sam Briggs
Sam Briggs

05/07/2021

FAQ – Hardware

Why should I use a hardware wallet? Hardware wallets are protected from computer viruses that attempt to hack or steal private keys. By storing your digital currencies in a hardware wallet, you are securing your crypto offline, keeping them an extra step away from hackers. Why should I buy a CoolWallet S? Kinesis has partnered with CoolBitX to bring you the best of both worlds. The simplest user experience and the most secure offline storage solution for a stable currency based on physical gold and silver. Creating a seamless experience for transacting and trading. Why should I trust CoolBitX? CoolBitX is a blockchain security company, with over 20 years of knowledge and experience in banking and security solutions, which have successfully developed a product that is secure, easy to use and compliant. What is cold storage? A 'hot wallet' refers to a cryptocurrency wallet that is connected to the internet. Generally, hot wallets are easier to set up and access but are more susceptible to hackers, possible regulation, and other technical vulnerabilities. A 'cold wallet' refers to any cryptocurrency wallet that IS NOT connected to the internet making it the most secure option as it’s completely offline providing a greater level of safety.

Natalie Laz
Natalie Laz

04/07/2021

FAQ – EPD

EPD (bullion) requirements Ensuring your bullion meets ABX standards Deposits must conform with the ABX Quality Assurance Framework (QAF), including, but not limited, to the following: 1.ABX Quality Assurance Framework (QAF) Physical bullion must have been produced by an ABX Approved Refiner and conform with ABX Contract Specifications and Quality Assurance Framework. 2.Forms of bullion Physical bullion must be in the form of: Gold* 1 kg bar of minimum fineness 999.9 10oz Swiss minted bar of minimum fineness 999.9 100 gram bar of minimum fineness 999.9 *Excluding bars produced by Emirates Gold DMCC or Al Etihad Gold Refinery DMCC. Silver 1kg bar of minimum fineness of 999 100 oz bar of minimum fineness of 999 1,000 oz bar of minimum fineness of 999 3.Chain of integrity Physical bullion must be accompanied by conforming Chain of Integrity and Provenance documentation and requirements as per the QAF, including: A.Each deposit is individually inspected and verified and must be deposited into the Vault Network in one of the following manners: Directly from an Approved Refiner by an Approved Transport Services Provider Directly from the Vault Network by an Approved Transport Services Provider Directly from an Approved Location by an Approved Transport Services Provider B. Quality Documents represented by: Refiner Certificate Refiner Bar List C.Chain of Integrity: Original purchase invoice(s) Storage invoice(s) from date of purchase to present Vault Network or Approved Location bar list D. Chain of Integrity must show uninterrupted storage within Vault Network and/or an Approved Location together with any movements between Vault Network and Approved Locations conducted by Approved Transport Service Providers from time of purchase to present.

rafal szulczewski
rafal szulczewski

04/07/2021

FAQ – Virtual Debit Kinesis Visa Card (Global)

Where can I use a virtual visa card? The Kinesis virtual Visa card can be used at 46+ million locations in 195 countries around the world, through the VISA network. Why would I want a virtual Kinesis VISA card? The virtual Kinesis VISA card makes it possible to make purchases and routine payments in digitalised physical gold, silver or cryptocurrency. How to add money to a virtual visa card? Adding money to the Kinesis virtual Visa card is a very simple process. You can instantly top-up your card with US Dollar, gold, silver or cryptocurrency from your Kinesis Money account or Kinesis mobile app. How to use a virtual visa card? A virtual Kinesis Visa card is stored on your phone within the Kinesis mobile app, or your Apple Pay or Google Pay application. When it’s time to pay at the check out, simply open up the relevant screen, and press the screen showing your virtual Kinesis Visa card against the card reader. Who can sign up for a virtual Kinesis VISA card? The virtual Kinesis VISA card is available to users all over the world. Simply sign up, activate your VISA card, top up and you’re ready to start making online payments. Can I use Apple Pay or Google Pay? The virtual Kinesis VISA card can be integrated with Apple Pay or Google Pay, providing you with seamless contactless payments. Are there a lot of expensive fees? There is no activation fee, no monthly fees and no transaction fees. The only fee for Kinesis VISA card users is a low 0.22% fee when topping up the card with Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies or cryptocurrency. How do I get my money out? To withdraw funds from your Kinesis VISA card, simply visit the Kinesis Wallet via desktop or the Kinesis mobile app. Are there walkthrough guides? For walkthrough guides relating to the activation, top up and other functionality of the kinesis VISA card, click here.

Sam Briggs
Sam Briggs

02/07/2021

FAQ – Debit Card – USA

Kinesis VISA card How could a physical Kinesis VISA card benefit me? In terms of accessing your physical gold and silver or crypto, the physical Kinesis VISA card is the easiest and fastest way to liquidate and spend your precious metals holdings, or cash out your cryptocurrency.  Additionally, the physical Kinesis VISA card provides access to a hybrid banking system, which enables simple, efficient and cost-effective deposit and withdrawal into the KMS. How could hybrid banking help me? Kinesis users are now able to top up funds onto their physical Kinesis VISA card domestically or internationally through a variety of methods: ACH transfer, Wire transfer and SWIFT transfer.The important addition of debit and credit card top-ups onto the physical Kinesis VISA card enables users to instantly deposit funds into their KMS account for free.  In terms of withdrawal options, holding a physical Kinesis VISA card enables cardholders to withdraw funds domestically through low-cost ACH transfers or to any bank account globally via SWIFT transfer.  How do I activate my physical Kinesis VISA card? Once your card is delivered, all you need is to use the activation code supplied with the card. It’s as easy as that. How do I pay for a card? Pay for your card using any of our supported currencies: BTC, LTC, XRP, ETH. Alternatively, you can send a payment from another wallet or pay directly from your Kinesis money account. Where can I read my card statement? You can track your payments, deposits, withdrawals and transactions in your wallet, via the KM platform or Kinesis mobile app, at any time. Virtual Kinesis VISA card  Why would I want a virtual Kinesis VISA card? The virtual Kinesis VISA card makes it possible to make purchases and routine payments in digitalised physical gold, silver or cryptocurrency. Who can sign up for a virtual Kinesis VISA card? The virtual Kinesis VISA card is available to users all over the world. Simply sign up, activate your VISA card, top up and you’re ready to start making online payments. Apple Pay and Google Pay The virtual Kinesis VISA card can be integrated with Apple Pay or Google Pay, providing you with seamless contactless payments. Are there a lot of expensive fees? There is no activation fee, no monthly fees and no transaction fees. The only fee for Kinesis VISA card users is a low 0.22% fee when topping up the card with Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies or cryptocurrency. Where can I use the Kinesis VISA card? The Kinesis debit can be used at 46+ million locations in 180+ countries around the world through the VISA network. How do I get my money out? To withdraw funds from your Kinesis VISA card, simply visit the Kinesis Wallet via desktop or the Kinesis mobile app. Walkthrough guides For walkthrough guides relating to the activation, top-up and other functionality of virtual kinesis VISA card, click here.

Doug Turner
Doug Turner

02/07/2021

FAQ – Debit Card – Europe / UK

Kinesis VISA card How could a physical Kinesis VISA card benefit me? In terms of accessing your physical gold and silver or crypto, the physical Kinesis VISA card is the easiest and fastest way to liquidate and spend your precious metals holdings, or cash out your cryptocurrency.  Additionally, the physical Kinesis VISA card provides access to a hybrid banking system, which enables simple, efficient and cost-effective deposit and withdrawal into the KMS. How do I activate my physical Kinesis VISA card? Once your card is delivered, all you need is to use the activation code supplied with the card. It’s as easy as that. How do I pay for a card? Pay for your card using any of our supported currencies: BTC, LTC, XRP, ETH. Alternatively, you can send a payment from another wallet or pay directly from your Kinesis money account. Where can I read my card statement? You can track your payments, deposits, withdrawals and transactions in your wallet, via the KM platform or Kinesis mobile app, at any time. Virtual Kinesis VISA card  Why would I want a virtual Kinesis VISA card? The virtual Kinesis VISA card makes it possible to make purchases and routine payments in digitalised physical gold, silver or cryptocurrency. Who can sign up for a virtual Kinesis VISA card? The virtual Kinesis VISA card is available to users all over the world. Simply sign up, activate your VISA card, top up and you’re ready to start making online payments. Apple Pay and Google Pay The virtual Kinesis VISA card can be integrated with Apple Pay or Google Pay, providing you with seamless contactless payments. Are there a lot of expensive fees? There is no activation fee, no monthly fees and no transaction fees. The only fee for Kinesis VISA card users is a low 0.22% fee when topping up the card with Kinesis gold and silver-based digital currencies or cryptocurrency. Where can I use the Kinesis VISA card? The Kinesis debit can be used at 46+ million locations in 180+ countries around the world through the VISA network. How do I get my money out? To withdraw funds from your Kinesis VISA card, simply visit the Kinesis Wallet via desktop or the Kinesis mobile app. Walkthrough guides For walkthrough guides relating to the activation, top up and other functionality of  virtual kinesis VISA card, click here.

rafal szulczewski
rafal szulczewski

02/07/2021

FAQ – KVT

KVT What is a KVT? The Kinesis Velocity Token (KVT) is a yield-bearing asset, which grants the holder access to a 20% proportionate share of global transaction fees across the entire Kinesis Monetary System. As transactional volume continues to grow with the Kinesis system, so too, will the yields KVT holders receive. What makes KVT special? The KVT is limited to just 300,000 in circulation. With the integrations Kinesis is implementing globally all contributing to the KVT’s yield, the token represents a unique revenue generation opportunity.  How to buy KVT? A limited number of Kinesis Velocity Tokens (KVT) are currently available for sale at a fixed price on the Kinesis Exchange. Simply sign up for a Kinesis Money account, and purchase the KVT via the simple Kinesis Money dashboard widget or the Kinesis Exchange. Can I buy a KVT if I live in America? Kinesis users based in the United States, must be an accredited investor to purchase KVT. Can I trade KVT? Currently, KVT are not available for trade on the Kinesis Exchange. However, there are plans to make Kinesis Velocity Tokens freely tradeable in the future. Yields What does yield mean? A yield describes the earnings generated on an investment over a certain period of time.In the case of Kinesis yields, users are rewarded for everyday participation in the system with yields paid monthly in physical gold and silver.The yields are calculated from a share of Kinesis’ global transaction fee revenue, redistributed back to the users of the Kinesis system. Visit our yields page for a breakdown of all 5 Kinesis yields - here. What other yields are there in the Kinesis system? There are 5 yields in the Kinesis system: Minter’s yield, Referrer’s yield, Holder’s yield, Depositor’s yield and KVT yield. Find out how you can benefit from them - here.

Doug Turner
Doug Turner

02/07/2021

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