My thoughts about Bitcoin and USI Tech
by Paul Magiatis
A return of 3,281,500% in four years…
“If you bought 5,000 bitcoins in 2009 for $27, by 2013 they would have been worth $886,000. That’s a return of 3,281,500% in four years.
As a general rule with these things I only put in money I won’t miss if it all goes bad… burn money I call it, my high risk high reward money that is set aside for opportunities that have the potential to make ridiculous profits or losses.
My thoughts about Bitcoin and USI Tech.
There is always resistance and controversy around disruptive technology… think UBER, AMAZON, PAYPAL and now Crypto currency. I have to say; I’m not a Financial Adviser, I’m not giving “advice” on it, as I’m not licenced to give advice on cryptocurrencies (I’m pretty sure no one is), but rather than burying my head in the sand and pretending it doesn’t exist, it’s worth exploring and learning more about it. It’s a brave new world of finance, the beginning of a globalisation of currencies and a glace into how the ‘not- too distant’ future will look.
But beware, it’s still a new frontier, unregulated, and volatile… and for all intents and purposes I think it should be viewed as extremely high risk…. Just the way I like it!
This is merely my opinion from what I’ve read & experienced in the market since I started to delve into the world of Cryptocurrency & USI Tech.
As you know, Bitcoin is a form of global digital currency. Normal currency (called fiat) is tied to the stability of a country’s government. So wars, bad elections etc make the dollar react either in a positive or negative direction (I like to call it the “TRUMP” effect).
Digital currency is global, so has the potential to be more stable, in my opinion, but at the moment it’s not...it’s too new!
So bitcoin is climbing and falling, climbing and falling every hour, not too dissimilar to any other market including the currency market. To quote a friend of mine “have you watched what happens to the US Dollar every time President Trump says something?”
Bitcoin is the first (2009) and oldest digital currency and arguable the most stable.
The way you EARN bitcoins is by bitcoin mining or trading. We’ll concentrate on Trading.
TRADING involves buying on the market, like buying a share on the ASX. You personally take on the risk, of any highs or lows that the market throws at you. Potential for 20 to 30% highs and lows every hour!
USI Tech: Stabilise the Rollercoaster that is Bitcoin.
Put in $1000 and get around $1,400 in 140 working days.
In a nutshell, the ‘essence' of everything USI Tech offers is crystallised in a boldly declared and candidly promised summary:
“…for 140 working days there is a 1% average profit per day return from trading software & cryptocurrency mining pool contracts.”
Sounds too good to be true? Maybe, but read it again… it sounds too good NOT to roll the virtual dice right?
USI Tech is surrounded by controversy and has the attention of governments all over the world (much like UBER). That’s what I love about it. It’s disrupted the way the monetary system works, and where there is disruption we all know there is opportunity… until they figure out how to regulate it, that is.
Instead of mining and or trading yourself, they do all the work and you simply benefit from the passive earnings.
Basically, it’s set and forget. They use your money to invest or trade, and pay you 1% on average PER DAY 5 days a week for 140 working days. Aussie Bank Term Deposits are currently paying up to 2.75% a YEAR if you're lucky ... that should give you an idea of the risk profile we're talking about here.
I have been earning somewhere between 0.72% - 1% (on average 1%) per working DAY, 5 days a week, that I can withdraw or rebuy whenever I want.
They pay the 1% until they’ve returned me 140% of my initial capital, then that “pack” expires and I can buy another one. I can buy as many as I want whenever I want.
The easiest way to learn more about it is to create a free account, have a play around with the calculators and see if it’s for you.
It takes less than 7 minutes to set up a fee account, then I can add you to our closed fb group with all the info, videos etc.
Joining is free and minimum spend is about AUD$75-80 (50 Euro) if you want to test the system.
I’m happy to coach you through the process. I’ll guide you through the process of how to convert money from your bank to cryptocurrency, and then to buy the packs. Get in touch and I'll talk you through it step by step:
M 0414 305 252
Level 11 Brookfield Place
125 St Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6000
IF YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED IT'S SUPER EASY:
For now, you only need to set up an account and open a “wallet” (you need this to carry and convert money to Bitcoins). I use Coinspot. It’s an Australian Wallet and definitely the easiest to set up. Click here to open your own wallet ... it's free and you don't need any money to open your wallet: http://ow.ly/wRLo30i3xsy
Don’t be surprised if they call you when setting it up. It’s like a PayPal or bank account, so they do a few types of checks including photo ID, so they can use face recognition software to prove you’re who you say you are.
Most of the information I have provided is available on the internet. The rest is my own experience in the market and the 3 links below are for you to view at your own leisure to assist with your own research and due diligence to determine if this market and strategy is suitable for you.
Video Links & Further Info:
If you have an interest in cryptocurrency I recommend you first visit ASIC MONEYSMART Virtual Currencies to find out more about the benefits, risks and tax implications.