Rewards / Yield

What are Gray Fund Rewards?

The term “Rewards” as defined by Gray Digital: Rewards are defined as a collection of “compensations”, “profits” or “premiums” that are collected by Gray Fund investments. These rewards are collected and provided back to Participating Members as a reward. This reward is variable and is dependent on market activity and trends.

This collection of rewards will be identified as a Participating Members (Reward Balance). The percentage of monthly rewards collected by the Gray Fund are applied to each individual Participating Members Reward account balance. The dollar value of rewards are determined by the Participating Members existing Principal balance and Reward balance at the time of application.

Fund Performance: Updated April 2024*

Gray Fund performance is tracked and published on the Gray Digital Website. The Gray Fund has been operating for more than one year. The Gray Fund returns have been variable and determined by several factors including market conditions. As of April 2024, the Average Monthly Return Percentage has been approximately 15.41% per month.

The Gray Fund has produced approximately $47m in lifetime returns/rewards for Participating Members. The Gray Fund has paid out approximately $21.8m in Participating Members withdrawals of Reward Balances.

It should be noted that performance quoted represents past performance and does not guarantee future results. Returns represent past performance, are not a guarantee of future performance, and are not indicative of any specific investment.

Upon a withdrawal, the reward balance is converted into a single, common cryptocurrency stablecoin and distributed to Participating Members based on Gray Digital platform guidelines. Currently, rewards are available to be claimed in USDT and USDC on nine (9) networks: Ethereum (ETH), Binance Chain (BNB), Polygon(MATIC), Avalanche (AVAX), Optimism (OP), Arbitrum (ARB), Base, Solana (SOL) and Tron (TRX).

When a Participating Member withdrawals rewards, a fee of 15% is applied to the collected reward funds. For further details see Gray Fund Withdrawals.

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