Meet the Unreal Estate Bot
In a glance: Everything you should know about the Unreal Estate bot
- The Unreal Estate bot was launched on the BOTS app on the 3rd of October, and trades BUSD
- This bot has been launched in partnership with Dutch real estate manager of the investment fund Beethoven.
- By funding this bot, you stand to earn 6% returns annually.
- When you fund this bot, you don’t really own a part of any property.
- When you deposit your assets in this bot, you are facilitating real estate investment and/or investments in the crypto market.
- Rewards are paid back weekly and automatically reinvested in the bot.
Are there any risks of investing in the Unreal Estate bot?
This bot uses BUSD as its basecoin. BUSD is a stablecoin that aims to always be worth 1 USD. It is rare, but possible, that BUSD loses this stability. However, the Unreal Estate bot aims to limit this risk by hedging and wherever possible converting your deposit to prevent fluctuations.
The current strategy of the bot is created for a mortgage partnership with Dutch real estate manager of the investment fund Beethoven in connection to a property, and unites this with a ‘staking’ crypto strategy. In the long-term, the bot may adjust its strategy and market focus depending on current circumstances and opportunities.
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There is no such thing as risk-free trading. It is possible to lose (part of) your stake.