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The SwissBorg Blog

PRODUCT

| July 1, 2021

Start earning a yield on XRP with SwissBorg!

The SwissBorg community can now start earning a yield on the seventh largest crypto by market capitalisation - XRP!

NEWS

| June 30, 2021

10,000 users getting Community Premium benefits!

It has been just one month since the launch of our new Community Premium account, and we already have over 10,000 users who are reaping the...

EDUCATIONAL

| June 29, 2021

Security tokens explained

What are security tokens, and why are they disrupting traditional finance?

EDUCATIONAL

| June 25, 2021

Scaling Ethereum: comparing L2 solutions

For years, Ethereum blockchain developers have been working tirelessly to fix scalability in a variety of ways. But what’s the lowdown in layman’s...

CRYPTONITES

| June 24, 2021

Gordon Einstein - Why Bitcoin will never crash and die

Gordon Einstein is a Dubai based technologist, Crypto-Attorney, and Blockchain educator, passionate about the world of cryptocurrencies and The DAO...

PRODUCT

| June 24, 2021

SwissBorg launches Tether Smart Yield

We are pleased to share that we have added the next Smart Yield wallet to the SwissBorg app - users can now earn a yield of up to 8% on their Tether...

PRODUCT

| June 23, 2021

What the numbers tell us about our 20 Protect & Burns

It has now been a little over a year since our first Protect & Burn in May 2020, when we burnt 97,000 CHSB. We have now run 20 burns, valued at $6.8...

CRYPTONITES

| June 21, 2021

How to Become a better long-term investor part 2

In Part 2, Anthony Lesoismier, CSO and Co-Founder at SwissBorg goes even deeper into his passion for poker and investing. "To be a great investor, you...

EDUCATIONAL

| June 17, 2021

What is XRP?

XRP is a digital asset built for payments. It is the native digital asset on the XRP Ledger - an open source, permissionless and decentralised blockchain...

EDUCATIONAL

| June 17, 2021

What are NFTs?

You’ve heard a lot about NFTs, but you don’t understand what they are or what they’re for yet? Let’s break it down.