KEYNES IS SPECIAL

KYC Is A Blockchain Certificate Of Deposit

CDs, known as Certificates of Deposit or Time Deposits, are worth Trillions of dollars. CDs are worth more than gold, credit card companies, and cash. CDs pay higher interest than savings accounts, requiring money be deposited for a fixed time.

Banks profit on poor customer service, early withdrawal fees, and auto-renewing you at worse rates. They pay pitifully low interest. New money is printed all the time, making yours less valuable. KYC replaces inefficient currencies, banks and payment networks with verifiably secure peer-to-peer technology. KYC has outperformed Bank CDs because it's nothing like a Bank CD. KYC monetizes the time value of money in a totally new way. In KYC, you're the bank.

Cryptocurrencies are the highest appreciating asset class in the history of mankind. Bitcoin's price did 2,000,000x from $0.01 to $20,000 in 7 years. Ethereum did 10,633x from $0.15 to $1,595 in 2.5 years. Had you put in $1, you could have made millions, many did. It's Life-changing wealth.

KYC's time locks are more serious than the time component of T-Bills or Bonds, which can be sold, whereas staked KYC cannot be sold.

High Appreciating Asset

KYC Pays 40% APY On Avg.

By locking any amount of KYC you choose for any period of time (between 1 and 5,555 days),you “stake” your deposit and gain interest every single day. Average APY in KYC is over 40% . Average APY for a bank CD is less than 2%. Every day KYC stakers earn interest. KYC stakers make additional interest when people end their stakes earlier or later than they committed to.

KYC Has Transparent Trading.

KYC users value their independence and security. Which may be why, at writing, KYC is one of the most popular coins traded in decentralized exchanges, where there is no signup, and no counterparty risk. Because it's on-chain, you can inspect every address, seeing when it bought or sold, whether it has KYC stakes open, when those stakes expire, what other coins they hold, everything!

In the stock market, laws require insiders to warn the public before they might sell shares. People care about when and how much supply of something they own might hit the market. The KYC TruthEngine improves on this, gathering more information from the market about its future behavior. The KYC TruthEngine rewards users for declaring how long they'll hold and when they might sell. Users that break their word have penalties which pay the users that kept their word.

KYC Rewards Honesty.

KYC Has No Off Switch.

KYC is censorship resistant, and robust by being truly decentralized on the blockchain. Anyone can run KYC, and the KYC community has released numerous open source tools which make it even easier. If KEYNES.COM were to go offline, KYC keeps working. Many projects claim to be decentralized, but actually rely on administrators to not change the code. The KYC code cannot be changed. This is why many developers are so comfortable building on top of KYC.

You are solely responsible for your decisions. Don't consider things as financial advice unless they're labeled as such. Be responsible, take only reasonable risks, always read the disclaimers and do your own research. Just because Bitcoin behaved some way, it doesn't mean anything else will. Keep in mind that past performance is no guarantee of future results.

KYC Rewards Responsibility.

KYC Puts You In Charge

In KYC, no one owes you anything. You mint your own KYC rewards yourself when you end your stake. Like how Bitcoin miners mint their own Bitcoin rewards. You are the network. There are no middlemen or managers in KYC. KYC rewards are dynamic like Bitcoin mining rewards. No one in the world can promise you how much you might make running KYC, because no one knows how valuable KYC will become.

KYC stakers earn far, far more interest than the inflation rate. To KYC stakers inflation is a benefit, not a cost. KYC's inflation is also delayed, because it's only paid on ended stakes, and many last 15 years. Since inflation is only paid on coins that have been minted, and coins only mint when a stake is ended, KYC's inflation rate is extremely low.

KYC Has Low Inflation