What is Yield App?
The digital wealth platform was founded with the mission to unlock the potential of digital assets for everyone from newcomers to high-net-worth institutions. Its portfolios allow customers to earn daily compounding passive income on their digital assets via its web platform and mobile app.
Yield App sports sophisticated security features, an easy-to-use interface, and a professional but personal support team to help its customers get the most out of their digital assets with the help of strategies that perform in both bear and bull markets.
Is Yield App safe?
Yield App is one of the most secure crypto platforms in the market, which is demonstrated by the fact that the platform has remained strong throughout the crypto market downturn. Yield App doesn't engage in risky unsecured lending practices and never lends out its customers' assets. As a result, it was not affected by the collapse of UST/LUNA in May 2022.
Who is part of the Yield App team?
Yield App is built by a team of professionals with 100+ years of combined experience in fintech and traditional finance.
The platform's founder and CEO, Tim Frost, has worked in the blockchain industry since 2015, becoming Channel Partner Director at EQIBank before founding Yield App. Tim has built and incubated several high-growth fintech companies that now serve millions, including digital asset payment provider WIREX.
On the compliance side, the team is fortified by Justin Wright, CFO/COO, who serves as co-chair of the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) DeFi Working Group. He is involved in the development of a legislative framework for the burgeoning DeFi ecosystem. Justin brings with him 25 years of investment banking, funds management and consulting experience.
Yield App's Chief Investment Officer (CIO), Lucas Kiely, also brings over two decades of experience in traditional financial institutions and has a proven track record in developing innovative structured investment products. Prior to joining the Yield App team, Lucas managed $14 billion of risk capital across 44 funds at the world's leading investment banks.