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Send EUR or BTC to your Osom Product to start earning.
No knowledge or time investment required from you. Everything happens on autopilot (hence the name!).
Multiple, secure ways to make a deposit or withdraw your funds as either traditional money (EUR) or crypto (BTC)
Every day, the Autopilot picks crypto assets that have a high market cap and high liquidity.
The algorithm ignores low-quality crypto assets. Only serious opportunities are considered.
Your traditional money (EUR) gets turned into stablecoins and distributed across multiple DeFi Lending platforms.
Expected APY (Annual Percentage Yield): around 6-8% (subject to systemic and volatility risks).
You can find reviews about our app on Trustpilot, Play Store, and App Store. Here are just some of them.
”Focused on the user experience, both the interface and the menus and the operations of the APP are very intitive...”
Trustpilot Aug 19, 2020
Terms and Conditions is the best place to find the exact information on the risks. But here are the highlights & how we mitigate those risks.
There are different types of Risks when using OSOM
Crypto Autopilot is an algorithm that manages a basket of cryptos denominated in bitcoin. It uses advanced quant trading strategies to analyse market price dynamics, buy promising assets and avoid negative price fluctuations. Autopilot works only with Bitcoin (BTC) with the main goal to keep and grow its Bitcoin value. Anyone can put their bitcoins on autopilot by using osom.finance, via the web, Android or iOS apps.
You can send money via SEPA or Swift, debit or credit card, BTC
Crypto Autopilot fees are kept down to an absolute minimum and include (1) monthly performance fee and (2) operational cost. Performance fee: A monthly fee of 10% of your BTC performance is deducted from profits made within every 30-day period or, upon exit, for the period since the last fee has been calculated.Operational costs: fees paid to third-party providers to facilitate transactions such as network and trading fees: