Bitcoin IRA Reports Clients Invested Over $100M in 'IRA Earn' Program

The new program allows investors to deposit funds into a self-directed retirement account.

AccessTimeIconMar 19, 2021 at 2:23 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 12:29 p.m. UTC
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Retirement savings platform Bitcoin IRA said on Friday over $100 million has been invested in its new interest-earning program in 30 days.

  • In an announcement, the  Los Angeles-based company said the new IRA Earn program allows investors to deposit funds into a self-directed retirement account earning 6% annual percentage yield on cash, 2.7% on ethereum and 2% on bitcoin.
  • On Tuesday, Bitcoin IRA Chief Operating Officer Chris Kline appeared on CoinDesk TV to discuss the rapid growth of the platform the IRA Earn program.

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