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Special Report "The Future of Financial Technology Birth of Digital Money

The most revolutionary technology to appear in our lives, other than the Internet, is the blockchain. 

Cryptocurrencies are going parabolic right now. In the past 12 months, no investment market in the world has grown faster or produced more explosive gains than cryptocurrencies. 
It’s the only market I have come across where you can invest $100 and make tens of thousands of dollars. 

The time to get in is right now – it’s very tiny and off the radar of most investors.

This cryptocurrency rose 2,573% in 2016 alone. Crypto trades are unknown to 99.9% of the population. We’re still on the launch pad of this market, and the new crypto plays coming out will give investors just like you the chance to bank some truly life-changing gains. 

What we want to do here is make smart speculations: small-stake, low-risk speculations with huge potential rewards. They are the type that can make us a solid return without risking our life’s savings. 

Here’s the thing; the banks are getting in on the game, too. JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Citigroup, and Goldman Sachs are starting to invest in cryptocurrency technology. 

JP Morgan alone is investing as much as $9 billion. On top of that, many of the most powerful countries -- including China, England, Russia, the Netherlands, and Canada -- are “beta testing” cryptocurrencies. 


This is, by far, the most popular and wellknown cryptocurrency. In 2013, Bitcoin went from $13 to $1,157 (an 8,800% gain). Its historical rise was fueled by the economic crisis in Cyprus – the country’s banking system had been crippled by bad loans.

In order to save the banks, the government confiscated as much as 47% of people’s wealth through so-called “bail-ins.” As a result, people scurried to move their money outside traditional currencies – and Bitcoin soared

Those who got in early became millionaires. 

Bitcoin used to be considered an “underground currency,” but not anymore. 

Today, more than 100,000 merchants accept Bitcoin as payment, including, Cisco, WalMart, Starbucks, Amazon, and Microsoft. 

In fact, in the world of digital money, Bitcoin is the equivalent of a reserve currency. As we move to a cashless society, Bitcoin is an obvious beneficiary.

If 25% of the world’s “black market” money went into Bitcoin, each coin would be worth $44,000. 

This year, there are major elections in the Netherlands, France, and Germany. 

The nationalist movement and Brexit are still fresh in the minds of all Europeans, so we expect the Bitcoin trend to continue. 

Bitcoin’s Advantages 

1. Speed: When you deposit a check from another bank into your bank, the bank will hold it for several days. It works in the same way with international wire transfers. 

Bitcoin transactions, however, are far faster.

2. Decentralized: This is basically my personal reason for owning it. No country, institution, or government can lay their hands on it without taking radical steps. 

3. Privacy: This is a huge subject. Most online purchases today are made via credit cards, but in the 1920s and 1930s, when the first precursors to credit cards appeared, the Internet hadn’t yet been conceived. Credit cards were never supposed to be used online, and they are insecure. 

No Inflation: No government or any other company or person can inflate the price or make it too abundant. It’s an ideal inflation hedge. 

Under-the-Radar Explosive Cryptocurrencies 

In the early days of Bitcoin, Roger Ver was known to preach the virtues of the currency – that’s how he got the nickname “Bitcoin Jesus.” 

Unlike other overnight millionaires, Roger has proved to be more disciplined. 

He’s made successful investments in other cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin startups, giving him a reported net worth of $52 million. 

Bitcoin is the oldest and best-known cryptocurrency, and its market cap is now worthmore than Twitter. | Special Report 5 

Roger has a successful track record in the cryptocurrency space. This is important because he recently took a stake in a cryptocurrency that finally solves the online payment privacy problem. 

Its market cap is still less than $200 million!

Roger thinks the currency could hit a $2.1 billion market cap within a year. At today’s prices, that would be a 1,000% gain. 

The cryptocurrency Roger recently bought is called Monero. 
It solves two of the key problems with Bitcoin, which is coded with a transaction speed limit that is slow. 

With Bitcoin, it takes an average of 10 minutes to process a block of transactions. If the network is congested, it can take much longer. In addition, Bitcoin can only handle 2.3 simultaneous transactions. 

Monero takes 60 seconds to process a transaction and can handle 1,700 simultaneous transactions per second, with the built-in capability to handle infinitely more. 

As network traffic grows, the currency automatically grows with it. The other issue Monero solves is privacy. Bitcoin does provide some anonymity, as your name isn’t part of Bitcoin’s ledger. 

But the ledger that tracks Bitcoin transactions, the blockchain, is open for the whole world to see. 

This is where Monero really is different. 

It still uses a public blockchain, but its technology is designed to keep your transactions secret. 

Monero could be a smart speculation for 2017. As the cryptocurrency sector develops, We will be covering it extensively, as these are the future of currencies, a viable safe haven, and a smart speculation if you can get in early.


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