Bitcoin & Crypto Currencies

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Growing your Bitcoin with 1%+ Daily Compound Interest

By | January 12th, 2018|Categories: Bitcoin & Crypto Currencies|

A safer way to invest in Bitcoin is to have them grow into more without spending any extra money to buy them, and to withdraw your original capital and use the gains as the investment. A FOREX company recently created software to pay investors approximately 1% compounding profit per day, resulting in owning 40% extra Bitcoin within [...]

How to Buy & Cash Out Crypto Currencies to your Bank Account

By | January 12th, 2018|Categories: Bitcoin & Crypto Currencies|

Contrary to popular belief circulating around the interwebs, you can withdraw your earnings in crypto to your own bank account. But, in order to do that, depends on the exchange you use. It sounds like a sales tactic but crypto currency exchanges are being so swamped by new users that they are unable to grant new accounts. Being [...]

Crypto Coin Price is Irrelevant

By | January 12th, 2018|Categories: Bitcoin & Crypto Currencies|

When looking at all the bitcoin alternatives, you'll no doubt see that they are much "cheaper." You'll also no doubt think that they could also rise to the same price as Bitcoin, and you'd become a multi-billionaire with just $100 worth because you'd have so many of them. Sadly, that not likely to happen. Here's why; [...]

Should you invest in crypto currency?

By | January 12th, 2018|Categories: Bitcoin & Crypto Currencies|

"Bitcoin is making millionaires." "Bitcoin is a bubble about to burst." "Bitcoin is a CIA conspiracy to bring in a cashless society." By now you've probably heard it all about Bitcoin (and other crypto currencies to a lesser extent) and are wondering what to make of it - should I invest in Bitcoin or stay away from [...]

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