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Are you worried that your 401k balance won’t be enough to fund your retirement? It may not. The sad truth is that many Americans are not ready for retirement. Many may never be able to retire. The reality of an unattainable finish line is discouraging after decades of...read more
By: Matteo Gianpietro Zago Orginally published by Medium.com Humble beginnings There’s plenty of buzz around the web 3.0 and the sweeping changes it will bring to the industry, but few people actually know why it spawned and what it will bring. To understand this,...read more
It's hard to miss Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the news lately. Like many investors, you probably sense the potential for high profits. But, where do you start? Let's take a quick look at what cryptocurrency is and how it's used. Then, we'll look at how to...read more
Cryptocurrencies’ days of being a speculative investment are slowly drawing to a close. By December 2018, forecasters predict that Bitcoin values will rise by 189 percent, with 2019 snowballing by 317 percent. Less restrained analysts expect values to jump to $100,000...read more
Short-term investors in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are generating and losing profits based on the vast swings inherent in a speculative investment. Long-term investors are investing in the future of financial services more than a specific cryptocurrency....read more
News about cryptocurrency fraud seems to make headlines daily. There are many hackers and other criminals eager to exploit investors' mistakes and vulnerabilities. Fortunately, there are secure digital wallets to help keep your investment safe. The best cryptocurrency...read more
When the first protocols marched onto the World Wide Web, nobody made a cent from them. Hypertext transfer protocol (also known as HTTP) became an almost ubiquitous part of the internet, yet its potential to attract profits is simply ignored. Internet 2.0 is on the...read more
The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) is a long way from catching up with cryptocurrency, but the IRS already has some rules in place for Bitcoin taxes. In 2014, the IRS published a notice on virtual currency (Notice 2014-21) stating that virtual...read more
Given the recent surge in confidence in the future of cryptocurrencies, foresighted investors are realizing substantial gains. In 2017, for example, returns for digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin grew at rates far exceeding 1000%. While it...read more
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