For our friends in the northern hemisphere, summer may be over but that doesn’t mean the party has to stop. The cryptocurrency bull market is still in session and we want to help you make the most of it now. Therefore, we’ve created a brand new feature that lets first-time Multi HODL users open a new position with zero risk. Here are the details.

Try Multi HODL risk-free: how it works

This is a limited-time feature that’s only available to YouHodler users who have never opened a Multi HODL deal before. If that’s you, here’s what you need to do to try Multi HODL risk-free:

Step 1: Deposit funds to your YouHodler account

Step 2: Make sure you’ve never opened a Multi HODL deal in the past.

Step 3: Open a Multi HODL deal--in either the “up” or “down” direction-- with any cryptocurrency of your choice. The deal input must NOT exceed $1,000 in fiat, stablecoins, or the crypto equivalent.

If your Multi HODL deal is profitable, then nothing changes there. The profit is simply deposited into your wallet. However, if you experience loss on your Multi HODL deal for any reason (e.g. Margin Call, Stop Loss, or Close Now) we will refund your loss in its entirety.

In case of loss, you’ll see the funds returned to the wallet, and then there will be a “refund” marker on the transaction history page. What does this mean for you? It means you can try Multi HODL for the first time with zero risks. It’s a fantastic way to try out our most popular feature and see how the power of loans helps you multiply crypto.

How this promotion looks on the platform

Please check the screenshots below to see how the promotion looks on your mobile or web app. After logging in to your account, you’ll see the green banner below. Simply click that to navigate to the Multi HODL page and open your first deal.

After clicking the banner, you’ll then be directed to this next window, briefly explaining how the promotion works:

Please be advised:

  • The company reserves the right to change the conditions of the promo offer unilaterally at any time.

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