YieldNodes: Masternoding for Passive Monthly Returns

Imagine if there was an effortless way to beat the average annual return from the stock market... but monthly!

The FTSE 100 has returned an average of 7.75% annually since its inception in 1984. That means, you can invest £10,000 and expect to make £775 over the following 12 months.

However, YieldNodes has returned an average 11% monthly since 2019. In just one month, a £10,000 investment at 11% return nets £1,100!

Compounding £10,000 at 11% over a full 12 months looks like this...

  • Month 1: £11,100
  • Month 2: £12,321
  • Month 3: £13,676
  • Month 4: £15,181
  • Month 5: £16,851
  • Month 6: £18,704
  • Month 7: £20,762
  • Month 8: £23,045
  • Month 9: £25,580
  • Month 10: £28,394
  • Month 11: £31,518
  • Month 12: £34,985

That's spectacular bank growth and it's possible because of 'masternoding'.


You've probably heard of Bitcoin mining, which is a 'proof of work' reward system for securing the blockchain. This used to be highly lucrative, but these days it requires significant investment in hardware and the energy costs are huge.

A popular alternative is 'proof of stake' which works with nodes, similar to Gala Games. A node is a server within a network which processes transactions and stores them in the blockchain.

Then, there's 'masternoding' which has allowed YieldNodes to achieve exceptional returns.

In order to obtain the status of a master node, the operator - in this case YieldNodes - must deposit a specified number of the relevant coin and manage more critical tasks. In exchange for this, the operator receives greater rewards than a normal node.

How does YieldNodes Work?

The YieldNodes team rent servers which run masternodes in various coins. They keep up to 15% of the proceeds and split at least 85% among everyone who has funded the rentals.

Since the energy cost is minimal and the servers are rented, they claim that losses are "almost impossible". The value of the staked coin can rise or fall in value, but the team compensate for this with "clever strategies".

YieldNodes team

Of course, this does not mean that there's zero risk. If that were the case, I'd invest 100% of my net worth and never work another day of my life!

The crypto markets are not regulated or supervised by any financial entity and future results cannot be guaranteed.

However, as I already stated above, the average monthly return since 2019 is a stellar 11%.

As I write this, YieldNodes are rated 4.7 out of 5.0 at Trustpilot from 326 reviews.

My YieldNodes Account

I deposited around €20,000 (approximately £17,000) into my YieldNodes account.

There's a 7 day holding period while servers are rented, so only my first €10,000 was fully put to work during November. With the target return of 5%-15%, I expected my €10,000 to grow by €500-€1,500 in the first month which would accelerate as compounding kicks in.

The actual return was 7.2% and I received €853.85.

YieldNodes dashboard

I am compounding 100% of my returns for the time being, so that means 5%-15% monthly return on a larger amount of money every month.

I now have €20,925.82 staking in December, plus another €10,000 that I have deposited.

Therefore, at the end of December, I am expecting to receive between €1,546 (5%) and €4,638 (15%). I will then stake all of this in January, which will mean an even bigger return.

Here's an example of how compounding kicks in, starting with €10,000:

  • If the average return remains at 11%, €10,000 grows to €34,984 after 12 months.
  • If, for some reason, it drops to 5%, €10,000 grows to €17,958 after 12 months.

Both are tremendous returns when compared with traditional investments.

Getting Started with YieldNodes

Firstly, click here to create your YieldNodes account.

You'll be able to have a good look around, view historical returns and ask the team any questions you have. Steve, the CEO, even responds to WhatsApp messages!

YieldNodes past performance calculator

When you're ready to get involved with masternoding, you can deposit as little as €500 to start with and cancel your contract at any time once six months have passed.

Returns are paid monthly and you can compound automatically, if you wish.

YieldNodes automatic compounding

You will find more details here, along with FAQs.

2 thoughts on “YieldNodes: Masternoding for Passive Monthly Returns”

    • Hi Adam

      There’s nothing more to do except set your “Automatic Compounding” amount on the “Withdrawal” page. Mine is set to 100% for now, I’ll review it in 6-12 months.


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