Tracking your rewards payouts

What is APY?

APY stands for Annual Percentage Yield and can be thought of as the amount of interest you’ll earn on your funds over the course of the year.

Which assets are eligible for earning interest?

We’re constantly reviewing and adding new interest earning assets. For the full list of the currently available options, log in to your Coinbase account.

How do I know how much interest I’ll earn?

The amount of interest earned will vary based on the asset and will change over time. We’ll always display the current interest rate within each of the asset’s pages in your Coinbase account. 

How can I tell how much interest I’ve earned?

You can view your total amount of interest by logging into your Coinbase account and viewing the Assets tab. 

How can I tell what my average interest rate is across all assets? 

You can view your total amount of interest by logging into your Coinbase account and viewing the Assets tab. We display your average interest rate directly next to the total amount of Interest you’ve earned.

The average rate displayed is a blended average which is calculated by averaging the APY you’re receiving across all of your assets that earn interest. 

What’s the difference between Pending & Earned interest?

Pending interest is interest that hasn’t been added to your account yet. Earned interest has been added to your account and can be found in the respective asset’s balance.

How often is interest paid out?

The interest payout schedule will vary depending on the asset. For more information on the payout schedule for specific assets, check out these articles:

Asset

Reward Type

Payout Timing

                            Available Regions

DAI

Interest

Daily

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, the United States (except Hawaii), and the UK.

USDC

Interest

Monthly

United States (except Hawaii)

ALGO

Inflation

Quarterly

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia, Spain, the United States (except Hawaii), and the UK.

ATOM

Staking

Every 7 days

United States (except Hawaii & New York), Belgium, France, Slovakia, Spain, the UK, Africa, Asia, Middle East, and South America. Learn more

ETH 2

Staking

Daily

North America (except Hawaii & New York), South America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Africa. Learn more

XTZ

Staking

Every 3 days

United States (except Hawaii & New York), Belgium, France, Slovakia, Spain, the UK, Africa, Asia, Middle East, and South America. Learn more

ADA

Staking

Every 5 days

United States (except Hawaii & New York), Belgium, France, Slovakia, Spain, the UK, Africa, Asia, Middle East, and South America. Learn more

Is earning interest a taxable event?

US customers who are subject to US tax reporting are required to report their earnings from Staking rewards. US customers that earn over $600 in Staking rewards will receive a 1099-MISC from Coinbase. You can learn more about the 1099-MISC on the official website of the IRS.

What regions are eligible for earning interest?

Eligibility will vary depending on the asset. To start, you can learn more about Staking and inflation, Dai Rewards and USD Coin Rewards in the Yield section of our Help Center.

Once I start earning interest, can I opt out?

Unless otherwise stated, you can opt out of earning interest at any time by clicking or tapping into the specific Asset’s page within your Coinbase account.

Note: You’ll lose any interest earned so far that month. 

Learn more about earning interest.

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