Satoshi Nakomoto started Bitcoin with an email to some of his peers. From there, Bitcoin got big. These days, most new crypto coins start out with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
This post is taken from a chapter in my latest book, The Crypto Portfolio: a Commonsense Approach to Cryptocurreny Investing. The contents have been modified to fit the format and style of this website.
Disclaimer: ICO investing is extremely risky. This article is for educational purposes only.
This post is an update on how the Crypto VA strategy has performed this month (month 3 out of 6 of the strategy).
So far the portfolio has returned 76.39% (September 1st to 28th November) with less downside volatility than the overall crypto market.
Disclaimer before we go on: Investing in cryptocurrencies is risky. This is not investment advice, it's just what I'm doing. Only invest a very small portion of your investment portfolio in cryptocurrencies. If you have not read the original post relating to this then the below won't make much sense, so please read it before moving on.
In this post, I'll quickly go over:
In a recent article, I shared my thoughts on Cryptocurrencies as potential long-term investments. In writing that article, I became very interested in them - not just as investments, but also as inventions that could one day improve the global financial system.
After spending the last month aggressively researching the subject, I'm now ready to add a small amount of cryptocurrencies to my investment porfolio. In this article, I explain exactly how I am doing this.
Disclaimer: this article is not investment advice. I'm just explaining what I'm doing. Investing in cryptocurrencies is extremely risky and the market is not yet properly regulated. Please do your own research before making any investment choices. Invest at your own risk!
This article is split into two parts:
I get asked lots of questions about cryptocurrencies lately (street named 'cryptos'), so I thought I'd look into them in more detail.
Disclaimer: I am by no means an expert in cryptocurrencies, but I've done some research and pulled together a summary of what I think they're all about in this post...
Cryptocurrencies are worth looking into as a long-term investment, provided you: