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Top Stable Passive Income Investment 2022: Managed Risk Masternode Server Rental

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Top Stable Passive Income Investment 2022: Managed Risk Masternode Server RentalAnyone who's been watching the markets lately can tell you that they've been having some problems, and that's reflected in prices everywhere.In my area homes have gotten so expensive, that I had to move into my friend's bouncy castle.The rent is pretty high, but it's mostly inflation.I know that's a groaner, but here's something that's not.During all the recent market volatility, renting a masternode server has remained quite profitable - a lot better than a bouncy castle.While corrections for cryptocurrency are nothing new, the 50% correction for Bitcoin came as a surprise for many investors. Beginning in January 2022, most major cryptocurrencies were in decline, followed by a decline in the NASDAQ not long after. A new guide from Black Book Crypto shows how the YieldNodes project continued to offer stable, high returns to its investors.In the report, it can be seen that renting a masternode server through YieldNodes returned an average of 8.3% to investors during the months when crypto and stock markets were dropping. Masternoding is considered to be a high yield stable investment because even when markets are down, many cryptocurrencies require masternodes to operate.To get a more in-depth understanding of how YieldNodes remains stable when other markets are experiencing issues, Black Book Crypto has secured a video interview with the CEO of YieldNodes, Steve Hoermann. The interview covers the stability of the project, what that means for you as an investor, and how cryptocurrency is changing.While YieldNodes investors received 8.3% average returns over the last several months, that is lower than the average for YieldNodes, showing that the project is affected by other markets, even though it remains primarily stable. The average return for investors over the last 29 months has been 10% per month, which is 120% per year, or 213% if the investment had been compounded.A complete breakdown of monthly returns and an explanation of how masternode server rentals work can be found in the Black Book Crypto guide, which has been following the project long-term with regular updates. The guide shows that if you had joined the project in 2019 when it was founded, you could have received a return of 1,167% if you had continued to compound your investment.The project has been successful enough to offer investors a guaranteed return of their rental payments and any accrued profits if the yield drops below 5% for three consecutive months.Black Book Crypto is a trusted source for news on all things cryptocurrency, including altcoins, memecoins, the metaverse, and NFTs. Their website has a wide selection of beginners guides to crypto, as well as all the latest blockchain-based news.While it seems that major market fluctuations have become the norm, finding a stable high-yield investment is still possible. YieldNodes has proven itself to be just such an investment and is continuing to improve its rental services today.Visit the link in the description to read the complete guide or watch an interview with the YieldNodes CEO.Disclaimer: The information provided on this page does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other sort of advice and it should not be treated as such. This content is the opinion of a third party and this site does not recommend that any specific cryptocurrency should be bought, sold, or held, or that any crypto investment should be made. The Crypto market is high risk, with high-risk and unproven projects. Readers should do their own research and consult a professional financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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