United States, Oct 24, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, “It’s almost essential for every investor to have at least 1% to 2% of their portfolio in crypto” – Michael Novogratz (over $250 million invested in cryptos)
Right now, the world is experiencing its most far-reaching financial revolution ever.
Your wealth, along with your future comfort and security, are all changing.
The cryptocurrency revolution (lead by Bitcoin) has been caused by over-regulation from governments, banks and other financial institutions controlling the financial markets to create complex investment vehicles around commodities and companies linked, in the end, to nothing.
The only way the central banks of the world’s major economies can now try to avert disaster is by printing more money but that, of course, devalues the very nature of traditional money.
The concern for you is that if your wealth is wrapped up in any vehicle linked to these old institutions… it could soon be wiped out.
Look at history and see what’s about to happen.
This is not the first time this kind of thing has happened.
When economies evolve in this way people with wealth stop investing in anything that is likely to cause their wealth to be reduced (ie. any paper-based investment).
They transfer their resources into the newly evolving economies. After all, they also win from the revolution. Cryptocurrencies are that vehicle today.
People have transitioned into new economies many times (and they always start by storing up the new wealth in times of change), for centuries. Indeed, unlike in previous financial revolutions, when only small groups of the global population were affected, many hugely wealthy individuals all over the world are now affected, and very many of them come from cultures where traditional money is going away.
See how much of their wealth smart investors hold in cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin.
Right Now, wealthy investors keep between 5% and 15% of their wealth in cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin. In the current volatile situation, they are aiming to keep an even higher proportion of these revolutionary wealth products.
Yet right now, only 1% of the world’s total wealth is invested in cryptocurrencies and most of that is Bitcoin (a clear winner?).
It will go on for a long time… and the price of these cryptocurrencies will keep rising as it does so.
To protect your existing wealth… and to actually profit from this situation… it is vital to make sure you are on the right side of this tide of wealth transfer by investing in Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies… NOW.
If you invested $10,000 in Bitcoin in 2011 it would now be worth $135,480,000 today. That is One Hundred and Thirty-Five Million Dollars!
What do the experts, the one percent, the big players, the people in the know say… read on.
John McAfee, the Founder of McAffee Says… “In the long term Bitcoin moves above $500,000.”
…and Peter Smith, CEO and Co-Founder of Blockchain, agrees and he says “Bitcoin could hit $500,000 by 2030.”
…and that’s not all. Wences Casares, the PayPal Director and Tech Entrepreneur, says… “Bitcoin will hit $1,000,000 in 5 to 10 years.”
The supply of available Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies is now astonishingly small, however. So much so that there is, incredibly, every day there is less and less of these currencies available to buy in the world and soon they will be locked up by the 1%, the super-rich, the good decision-makers, and those that spot and invest in future values.
Now is the best possible time to Invest in Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies. How do you do it? Let’s face it, trust and financial institutions do not go hand and hand.
You need a Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Investment Vehicle that is trusted and secure. That means you need a place to store your newly super valuable acquired asset. That’s why your investment needs to be secured in state of the art facilities that are monitored 24/7. 100% safe from hacking or loss.
You also need to be protected from government regulations, traditional financial institutions, the risk of litigation or legislation, and to handle privacy concerns. This requires an ultra-secure offshore, impenetrable vault in a Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency friendly jurisdiction.
Most of all you need to know that your investment is insured. Your Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Investment needs insurance against all these things we’ve discussed. More so that insurance needs to protect the tremendous future value of your investments. That takes something revolutionary, a pioneer, namely Lloyd’s of London.
So, Where do you find all of this? Who knows what they are doing, formed the necessary partnerships, brought this vehicle to people everywhere?
Regal Assets. Endorsed by the prominent Dennis Miller, Famous Political Commentator… Luara Ingrahm, Famous Television and Radio News Host, Author, Commentator…. Lars Larson, “The Lars Larson Show” Famous Television and Radio Host…
Member of the Forbes Financial Council… Ranked by INC500… and with One Thousand and Fourteen Hundred Positive Reviews….
Where ARE the BILLIONAIRES Invested Right Now…
Bill Gates (net worth 102 Billion) Says… “Bitcoin is a techno tour de force”
Tim Draper (net worth of $1 billion) Says… “The Bitcoin world is this new ecosystem where it doesn’t cost that much to start a new Bitcoin company, it doesn’t cost much to start owning Bitcoin either, and it is a much more efficient way of moving money around the world.”
Eric Schmidt (net worth of $14.3 billion) Says… “It is not a speculative investment even though it is being used as such by other people. As Bitcoin network grows the value of Bitcoin grows. As people move into Bitcoin for payments and receipts they stop using US Dollars, Euros and Chinese Yuan which in the long-term devalues these currencies.”
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All my friends and readers, Thank You. Cheers to Your Future Success.
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