How to get involved?

Want to buy cryptocurrency?

Everyone wants a piece of it!

You’ve probably heard that bitcoins are generated through a process called mining, which involves the use of computer hardware to solve complicated mathematical equations. In the past, people could use their own PCs to mine bitcoins, but things have now evolved so that to make any significant return, you have to first invest in application-specific hardware that can cost thousands.

Most people are choosing, instead, to get involved in bitcoin simply by buying some of the digital currency via online digital wallets or exchanges.

Once you’re in possession of some bitcoins, you then have to make a decision about what to do with them – do you stash them away and hope for the best, do you spend them or do you do a bit of both?  Or do you invest bitcoin into investment programs to get more bitcoin?  Who doesn’t want to earn while you sleep?

That’s completely up to you, but bitcoin’s value will only increase if its popularity increases, and for this to happen people need to use it, to spend it and to take advantage of the benefits it provides.

By all means, store some in a bitcoin wallet, but don’t just leave all of them in there, gathering virtual dust. Create another wallet that you use for spending. Make some purchases, test it out, explore how easy it is. Tell your friends about it and give your investment the best possible chance of blossoming into the millions you’re praying for.

It’s important that you treat bitcoin like you would any high-risk investment – there’s a chance you could end up making a lot of money, but there’s also the chance you could lose everything. So, just be sensible and don’t invest more than you can afford to lose.

More information below.

No Risk

0%

Digital Wallet

First thing you need to do before you do anything, get yourself a digital wallet.  This will hold your cryptocurrency, it needs to be simple, safe and secure.  There are some digital wallets out there that link to a debit card with chip and pin so you can spend in the shops like a normal bank card.  Click the button below to find out what wallet I recommend.

Low Risk

30%

Buy and Hold

Low risk investment is to buy, hold and wait for the value to increase, of course it can decrease but any investment there is a risk.  Get a digital wallet and buy some digital coin.

Med Risk

60%

Investments!

Invest your cryptocurrency into a program, there is quite a lot of them out there and many vary from 140-180% return on your initial investment over a short or long period.  These are often high risk investments so if you do invest into a program make sure you get your initial investment back before reinvesting.  Click the button below to find out more!