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“Truly unbelievable, what a tip this was”

As author George Orwell wrote in his book Crypto Farm…

“All cryptocurrencies are equal, but some cryptocurrencies are more equal than others…”

OK, maybe it was Animal Farm… and “all animals are equal”…

But it’s still true in the crypto world!

For example, over the last two weeks, Bitcoin took a bit of a nose dive, dropping from about $52,000 a piece to $45,000…

Whereas the Crypto With Kash portfolio has been bagging members some rather impressive gains…

OK, I’m tooting my own horn a bit, but just take a look…

In those two weeks, one of our 10% holdings has rocked from tens of dollars to HUNDREDS of dollars…

Paul absolutely loved this, saying “truly unbelievable, what a tip this was”…

Marco was pleased with his 305% gain…

And Graham was happy with gains of up to 285% too…

Want to get in on the next coin to pop like this? Join us here.

But that’s not our only recent winner…

There was also this little beast, which has more than doubled since we bought in…

Almost looks identical to the previous chart, right? That’s what happens when you use a proven strategy to pick out winners… and we could be about to see another one…

As you can see, this coin in the portfolio is making the exact same patterns…

And, by my estimates it could only be days away from taking off.

Get the name of this coin here before it does!

Oh, and I haven’t even mentioned the new tip that’s going out to members tomorrow…

This coin is currently trading in the low dollars and yet it’s processing more than 250,000 transactions per day, has more than 280,000 users, and 100+ apps built on top of it, just like Ethereum.

I believe it’s only a matter of time before the mainstream picks up on it… that’s why I’m getting in on it before that happens, and many Crypto With Kash members will too.

If you want to join us…

Start your risk-free Crypto With Kash trial membership today.

The Sunday Scoop

If there’s one thing guaranteed to improve our investing skills, it’s reading as much as possible about the field that we want to be proficient in.

For me, that field is obviously cryptocurrency, but I know that for you it could be a huge number of different areas and so, each Sunday, I share some articles of interest that can help to improve your understanding of some of these areas and, ultimately, help you make more money from them!

I also try to ensure that there’s a mix of content for beginners, pros and everyone in between.

🍦 We start with crypto and news of Bitcoin breaking back above $50,000. After a market crash a couple of months ago, the rally is now well and truly on. Drink it in here.

🍦 Next up is the story of the silent partner brought in to clean up Facebook. Good luck with that! Here’s the story.

🍦 Whether we like it or not, technology is going to become more and integrated into people’s lives and now, some US states have decided to accept driver’s licenses on iPhones. BBC News has more.

🍦 And speaking of tech, Tesla have decided to make a robot because “robots are coming anyway”. Did these people learn nothing from the Terminator films?! Click here to discover exactly how humanity will meet its end.

🍦 Finally today we loop back round to crypto with the news that certain coins are putting even the Bitcoin rally to shame…

110% gain

50% gain

150% gain

75% gain

80% gain

210% gain

400% gain

Those are the current figures at the time of writing for seven of the coins in my Crypto with Kash portfolio. Want to find out exactly what they are and how to get yourself a slice of the profits?

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That’s your lot for today. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

My latest crypto tip

We sent out the latest Crypto With Kash recommendation out to members last Friday…

This coin ticks every box in my 8-factor strategy and I believe it could soon go from the tens of dollars to the hundreds of dollars… maybe even thousands… and when it does, it won’t look back!

So, the earlier you get in the better.

Discover the name of this coin with a 60-day risk-free trial to Crypto With Kash now.

Let me explain why this coin is so important for the entire crypto ecosystem…

Blockchain technology is amazing.

It enables Bitcoin and other cryptos to send quick, cheap transactions world-wide without the need for a middleman in a suit charging you a hefty (and unjustified) fee.

And more complex “smart contract” blockchain tech can be used to build financial products that rival offerings in the traditional financial world, like the Uniswap decentralised exchange and the Aave lending protocol.

But blockchains have a problem, and it’s a big one.

They cannot connect to data sources outside of the crypto space in a secure way.

So a smart contract weather forecasting project can’t pull in data securely from the Met Office, for example…

And, on the flip side, an insurance broker can’t pull out claimant data from the blockchain in a secure way.

The crypto I tipped on Friday solves this problem.

It works as an automated, blockchain-secure, and decentralised middleman between crypto and the rest of the world.

In other words, it gives blockchain projects access to ALL the data in the world.

Whether it’s financial data…

Government data…

Marketing data…

Weather data…

Health data…

Global trade data…

Thanks to this coin, TRILLIONS of dollars worth of data is now blockchain native by default.

No wonder it’s already being used and backed by tech giants like Google, Microsoft, and IBM.

Better yet, it’s currently still trading in the tens of dollars… not the thousands like Ethereum, or the tens of thousands like Bitcoin.

Although, I believe it could one day get there.

Which is why it’s a buy for me and members of the Crypto With Kash service.

It could also be a buy for you too…

Discover the name of this coin with a 60-day risk-free trial to Crypto With Kash now.

The Sunday Scoop

If there’s one thing guaranteed to improve our investing skills, it’s reading as much as possible about the field that we want to be proficient in.

For me, that field is obviously cryptocurrency and so, each Sunday, I share some articles of interest that can help to improve your understanding of cryptos and, ultimately, help you make more money from them!

I also try to ensure that there’s a mix of content for beginners, pros and everyone in between.

🍦 First up is the big news of the week… Rishi Sunak is planning a digital currency for the UK! Some of the early details can be found here.

🍦 Elon Musk remains a fan of crypto too. Here he confirms that he and Tesla still own Bitcoin, and SpaceX owns It too.

🍦 Moving away from the crypto world to the Olympics, where small sponsors are taking a hit. Here’s the story.

🍦 Meanwhile, in Facebook land, Mark Zuckerberg is moving onto the next stage of his plan for world domination. Read the chilling details here.

🍦 And we finish the week in less scary waters, with another chance to download my free crypto guide if you haven’t done so yet. Yes, that’s right, FREE.

You can get your mitts on it here.

That’s all from me for now. Have a lovely Sunday.

Bitcoin halving explained

As with any new skill or interest, it’s important that you first learn how to walk before attempting to run. In fact, with crypto, it’s perhaps even more important than most, given this is still quite a volatile space, which means lots of opportunities but also lots of risks.

With that in mind, I’ve put together a comprehensive guide on all things cryptocurrency and today we’ll get started but do so at the ‘ground floor’. There’s a lot to get to grips with, and so in this section of our report we’ll be explaining how Bitcoin halving works.

As with all of our content, if there’s anything you’re unsure of or would like to explore further, you can drop us a line at hello@marketprospectors.com and one of our experts will be more than happy to help.

So, without further ado, let’s get stuck in.

Let’s start with Bitcoin

Let’s talk Bitcoin…

No doubt you’ll already know that it can be pretty volatile, with high highs and low lows, sometimes in periods as short as 24 hours, but I’ve got some advice for you…

Stop staring at the trees.

Because that’s exactly what’s worrying about Bitcoin’s day to day price movements is like… standing right up against a tree and worrying about a tiny patch of its bark.

Instead, you want to zoom out so you can see the woods.

And the woods look good…

The only bitcoin chart you ever need to look at

And the woods look good…

Take a look at this Bitcoin chart…

It’s the only one you ever need to look at if you’re interested in the long-term potential of this Big Daddy Crypto…

It looks like a rainbow having a heart attack, doesn’t it?

But the colours aren’t just for show…

It shows how the Bitcoin price is essentially “programmed” to keep going up.

See the main rainbow line?

That’s Bitcoin’s price.

Now, see the purple and blue lines behind it… going up like steps all the way to the top right hand corner of the chart?

Those lines represent the max supply of Bitcoins.

The higher those lines go the more the supply reduces… until one day all 21 million Bitcoins have been mined.

And then… there will be no more new bitcoins…

This process is known in the crypto world as the “the halvening”

It’s a bit of a silly name (actually inspired by the Mel Gibson film Highlander of all things!)…

But, so far, the halvening has predicted the long-term price movements of Bitcoin like a time-travelling Mystic Meg.

In fact, it almost looks like the Bitcoin price is chasing the halvening line on that chart.

But it’s not by chance… it’s more by design…

Every 4 years Bitcoin is programmed to halve the rate it can be mined at, instantly making it scarcer overnight.

And I’d say it’s pretty obvious that the rarer something is, the more it’s price has the potential to increase… especially if it’s already worth $50,000+ today.

So, that’s why I say take your eyes off the trees and look at the woods instead.

Bitcoin sure looks good from up here, doesn’t it?

That’s all for now but, if you click here you can get the rest of my crypto guide today.

Plus, it won’t cost you a penny!

Click here to download your free guide today.

Crypto Jargon Buster (Part 1)

As with any new skill or interest, it’s important that you first learn how to walk before attempting to run. In fact, with crypto, it’s perhaps even more important than most, given this is still quite a volatile space, which means lots of opportunities but also lots of risks.

With that in mind, I’ve put together a comprehensive guide on all things cryptocurrency and today we’ll get started but do so at the ‘ground floor’. There’s a lot of jargon to get to grips with, and so in this section of our report we’ll be defining those key terms for you.

As with all of our content, if there’s anything you’re unsure of or would like to explore further, you can drop us a line at hello@marketprospectors.com and one of our experts will be more than happy to help.

So, without further ado, let’s get stuck into part one of our Crypto Jargon Buster…

What is cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that is secured by cryptography, which makes it nearly impossible to counterfeit. Transactions are made using a peer-to-peer system, giving the crypto space the ability to operate without the backing of an authority, such as a central bank or government.

This fundamentally differentiates cryptos from traditional currencies such as GBP or USD. Instead of government guarantees, the way cryptocurrencies work is underpinned by blockchain technology which means rather than existing as a physical stack of notes or coins in your wallet, cryptocurrencies are purely digital. You can think of them as virtual tokens, where the value is determined by market forces generated by the people who want to buy or sell them.

You’ll often hear people talk about the “market cap” of cryptos. This stands for market capitalisation, which sounds complicated but it’s basically just the total value of a given crypto found by multiplying the number of tokens it has has by the amount each of them are worth (e.g. if Bitcoin currently has 18 million tokens in circulation and each of them is worth around $38,0000, you’re looking at a market cap of more than $700 billion).

Some cryptocurrencies that have a limited supply available can be thought of as a kind of digital version of gold, where their “scarcity” makes them appealing as a store of value and they’re subject to the laws of supply and demand. This is the main appeal of many cryptocurrencies; that they are able to be traded on exchanges similar to the way stock market investors buy and sell shares and other commodities.

Cryptocurrencies can be bought with traditional cash such as pound sterling and can then be used themselves to buy an expanding array of day-to-day goods and services. Coins have the same value in each country, making person-to-person transfers around the world easier, while negating the issue of exchange rates.

It’s also possible to use cryptos to make purchases, for example a number of online stores such as Etsy and the Xbox store accept Bitcoin as payment. PayPal has also announced a service allowing its customers to buy, hold and sell cryptos through their accounts.

What is blockchain?

To explain what blockchain technology is, tech gurus Don and Alex Tapscott describe it best as:

“…an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually anything of value”.

This technology is essentially a sequence of ‘blocks’ or groups of transactions that are ‘chained’ together and distributed among users. When using blockchain technology, all transactions can be recorded, persisted and protected.

There are two main functions of blockchain technology, with the initial function being the creation of economic transactions for the purpose of recording cryptocurrency transactions. By extending to other transactions (the second function), the opportunities for blockchain increase exponentially.

What sets blockchain apart from every online transactional model is that it has no centralised database. Instead, the blockchain ledger is decentralised, meaning there are copies of it on many different machines in many different places. This means that hacking into a blockchain block of transactions (if hackers could even figure out how) is futile because any edits they made wouldn’t match up with the copies of the blockchain stored in other places.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin was the first decentralised cryptocurrency to use Blockchain technology and was created in 2009 by a mysterious software developer known as Satoshi Nakamoto (known as because this is actually a pseudonym and nobody knows who who/she actually is!). Their goal was to create a private currency outside the control of any government, based not on trust in a centralised institution but on decentralised verifiable transactions.

Today, Bitcoin serves as the “gold standard” in the cryptocurrency world. This statement from Satoshi helps us understand the ideology behind Bitcoin:

“The root problem with conventional currencies is all the trust that’s required to make it work. The central bank must be trusted not to debase the currency, but the history of fiat currencies is full of breaches of that trust.”

Although Bitcoin is not a physical object and it exists only in a virtual world as programmable code, people still like to picture these things, hence the prevailing image of a ‘golden bitcoin’.

That’s all for now but, if you click here, you can get parts two, three and the rest of my crypto guide today.

Plus, it won’t cost you a penny!

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