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The Greatest Wealth Transfer in History
From the desk of Greg Roy,
Right at this very moment – while you are reading this – the greatest wealth transfer ever to occur on Earth is gaining explosive momentum. This development will go down in world history as the greatest financial event of the past 2,000 years.
Early adopters are reaping absolute fortunes. Will you be one of them?
This Is A Once-In-Many-Centuries Opportunity to Develop Multi-Generational Wealth
It seems as though every few decades something is invented that changes humanity. In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell received the first patent for the telephone. The way people around the world communicate was forever changed.
In 1886, Carl Benz perfected the modern automobile. The way people around the world move about was forever changed.
In 1903, the Wright Brothers successfully completed their first flight. The way people around the world travel was forever changed.
In 1926, John Logie Baird gave the world’s first demonstration of a working television. The way people around the world are entertained was forever changed.
Finnish engineer Matti Makkonen was the first to conceive of the idea of text messages. The first one ever was sent on December 3, 1992. Today, six billion text messages are sent per day, just in the United States alone.
The telephone, automobile, airplane, television, they all changed the world. Early adopters of those inventions got rich as word of the inventions spread and the new technologies gained widespread acceptance.
Whenever a world-changing invention is introduced in the global economy, fortunes are built by the early adopters.
You weren’t alive in 1876 to cash in on Bell’s invention of the telephone. Nor were you around in 1886 to take part in the paradigm shift from horses to the “horseless carriage.”
And it’s not very likely that you had the opportunity to invest in the first television companies that sprang up in the late 1920’s.
It is, however, possible that you bought one share of Microsoft in March of 1986 when it was first offered to the public. After adjusting for stock splits, that initial share which initially cost $21 would be worth about $10,656 today.
A $10 Investment In 2010 Would Be Worth Over $30,000,000 Today!
While the 507-to-1 return provided by Microsoft stock over a 28 year period is nothing to sneeze at, imagine a simple $10 investment 4 years ago turning into a $30 million windfall today.
Ten bucks into thirty million in 4 years used to be thought of as impossible, until one asset did exactly that.
What’s the asset?
Well, it’s not in the field of robotics, nor is it a self-driving car, or even a Star-Trek-inspired tricorder.
This new innovation is the re-invention of money itself.
Thomas Edison, One of Americas Greatest Inventors, Tried To Create A Similar Form Of Money In 1921
You’re probably well aware of the fact that Thomas Edison was one of America’s most prolific inventors. Thomas Edison obtained 1,093 patents for his inventions. Among his more famous ones were the light bulb, alkaline batteries, the stock ticker, electrical power, and the phonograph.
Some of his less well known inventions include the fruit preserver, the electro magnetic brake, and an ore separator.
But one invention that Thomas Edison created in order to help humanity was a total failure. What was it? It was an honest form of money.
You won’t read about that in any history books. It’s almost been completely wiped from all records.
You see, our current form of money is inherently flawed. It allows a handful of individuals – the board members at the central banks – to have complete control over the money. They decide how much money is created out of thin air, when it’s created, and who it goes to.
These central banks have NEVER been fully audited. Nobody knows how many trillions of dollars have been created, and where that money has gone.
At its core, the system is way too prone to corruption. Every time the FED creates dollars (and they’ve been officially creating $85 billion per month), purchasing power of your money is taken from you and is given to the recipients of the newly-created money.
In short, our current form of money is allowing wealth to be extracted from you and given over to those people who are well connected to the Fed. It’s a disgusting, reverse-Robinhood setup.
Matt Taibbi of the Rolling Stone magazine wrote about the two wives of Wall Street bigwigs who received a $220 million non-recourse loan directly from the FED. Taibbi wrote that neither woman had “any serious history in business.”
Yet, in spite of that fact, the FED gave them nearly a quarter billion dollars of loans which – if the women didn’t pay back – the FED would simply forgive and forget.
This is merely once instance of outrageous abuse of financial power, and there are literally thousands and thousands of others just like it, or worse. Most of those will never see the light of day.
Like I was saying, our current form of money is way too prone to corruption.
As long as a small group of humans – people who are completely unaccountable – have the freedom and ability to decide how much money is created and where that money goes, corruption will be the result.
Thomas Edison, being the genius that he was, wanted to solve this problem for the betterment of mankind.
Edison knew the tragic outcome of allowing a dozen people to control the nation’s money. At the very root of the problem is that the power over money was centralized in the hands of a small group of very, very powerful people who aren’t accountable to anyone.
In order to do away with the possibility of corruption and to take the power over money away from the central bank and put that power where it rightfully belongs – in the free market – Edison knew what was needed: a decentralized form of money.
So Edison put his brilliant mind to work and invented what was to become known as Edison Dollars.
It was a brilliant design, and his invention would have attained the desired goals.
But as brilliant as Edison was, he was also very, very naïve when it comes to bankers.
You see, after inventing a close-to-perfect form of money, he actually went to the head of the New York Federal Reserve and the heads of the national banks to pitch his idea.
If you’re guessing that those guys wouldn’t willingly give up a system that was making them filthy rich, give yourself a pat on the back. You’ve got more street smarts than Thomas Edison.
Not only did they refuse to give up their positions as Gods over money, they all united against him and scuttled his plan completely. They were so successful that only a single copy of Edison’s plan ever made it to the public realm.
And as Paul Harvey used to say, now you know “the rest of the story.”
In 1921, Thomas Edison had the brilliant idea of decentralized money that was corruption-proof. That idea was killed by the self-serving bankers.
And the possibility of honest, decentralized, corruption-proof money went into the dustbins of history.
And that’s where the idea remained for the next 88 years.
It’s not like the world didn’t have a need for honest money during those 88 years. It’s just that nobody could figure out how to wrest control over money away from the bankers and put it into the hands of the people.
Edison had tried and failed.
And then along comes an obscure idea created by someone who calls himself Satoshi Nakamoto.
This idea picked up where Edison left off.
Nakamoto wrote a paper that described a decentralized currency that was completely transparent money of limited, certain quantity. Nakamoto envisioned a form of money that was honest, decentralized, verified, and completely out of the reach of self-serving bankers.
President John F. Kennedy once said, “A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.”
Nearly a century ago Thomas Edison had an Idea for a better form of money.
Edison passed away, but his idea lived on.
And in 2009, 88 years after Edison had tried and failed to invent an honest form of money, his idea was finally brought to fruition: Bitcoin was introduced to the world.
A Financial Shift Of This Magnitude Has Never Before Happened In History
Bitcoin not only fulfilled each and every requirement that Edison knew would be needed for honest money, it enhanced it even more to take advantage of the digital era we live in.
But where Edison had failed, Nakamoto succeeded. Rather than bring his idea to the heads of the world’s most powerful banks, Nakamoto did the exact opposite, he quietly released his invention to the general public.
No media frenzy.
Just one great idea, one tremendous invention, quietly, humbly let loose for humanity to accept it or reject it based upon the merits of the invention alone.
And humanity is accepting it by the droves.
Bitcoin is the greatest financial invention of the last 2000 years. The world is shifting away from dishonest, barbaric, centrally-corrupt money to the opposite: honest, innovative, decentralized money. Peer-to-peer money without the need for bankers at all.
The shift away from dishonest, banker money to honest, peer-to-peer money is still in its infancy. However, this trend is going exponential and is in the early stages of the greatest financial shift of the past 2,000 years.
Absolute fortunes are being made by brave pioneers who would dare to shun the bankers and their dishonest money.
Smart Money – Including The Savviest Venture Capitalists And Professional Money Managers On The Planet – Are Racing To Get In
You may have heard of Bitcoin. Chances are you may have even read a somewhat negative article about it. Bitcoin has been called a bubble, a Tulip-Mania, and even an outright Ponzi Scheme by the mainstream financial press.
None of those accusations could be further from the truth.
What you need to understand is why these stories are appearing in the financial media. The answer is twofold.
First, the central bankers do not want you to have a substitute to their system of money. Bitcoin presents an incredibly attractive alternative to their dishonest money.
Common sense will tell you that the central bankers are going to have their minions say many, many bad things about Bitcoin in an attempt to keep it from catching on. And it’s not like the central banks don’t have the funds necessary to buy bad press for Bitcoin…
The other reason you’ve seen scare tactics against Bitcoin is because big money, savvy money, Wall Street money is moving INTO Bitoin.
This is smart money we are talking about, and lots of it. They’re market experts. And there’s nobody better at buying low and selling high than these guys. They engage in what is called “talking your book.”
Let’s say a big hedge fund wants to buy some stock in a company such as Apple. The manager of the hedge fund would then appear in public and give media interviews on CNBC and Bloomberg saying things like, “Android is really cutting into Apple’s sales of iPhones,” and “The death of Steve jobs is really going to hurt Apple’s innovation, “ and maybe something like “We are anticipating Apple’s fourth quarter earnings to come in much lower than expected.”
All of these statements would cause investors to lose some enthusiasm for Apple stock, and no doubt some would lighten up on their Apple holdings and sell a portion of their shares.
This selling would have a tendency to lower the price of Apple stock at the exact same time that the manager of the hedge fund was buying it. This process is called talking your book.
Conversely, let’s say the same hedge fund manager had bought Apple stock when the price was 30% lower and now feels Apple’s stock is fully valued. He wants to take his profit in Apple and place those funds someplace where he sees greater opportunity.
Do you expect him to go on CNBC and announce beforehand that he is going to be selling his Apple stock because he feels it’s fully valued? Not gonna happen.
Oh sure, he’ll go on CNBC to talk about Apple. But he is going to have nothing but glowing testimony about how great Apple is and how fantastic the company has been doing. He’ll be saying things like, “Apple is the absolute leader in their field. We love Apple. We’ve owned this company for a long time and are a big, big believer in their creativity and success.”
And then masses of investors, when they hear this high profile, famous hedge fund manager saying such great things about Apple will naturally be interested in investing in Apple stock.
All of these statements would cause investors to have renewed enthusiasm for Apple stock, and no doubt some would add to their Apple holdings and buy some Apple shares.
This buying would have a tendency to raise the price of Apple stock at the exact same time that the manager of the hedge fund was selling it. Again, this process is called talking your book.
Talking your book is just what Wall Street does. That’s what they have to do in order to maximize their gains.
Now apply this process to Bitcoin.
Bitcoin was the best performing asset in the world in 2013, and it’s very likely to be the best performing asset in the world again in 2104. The Wall Street crowd knows this and wants to get in.
So they’re going to talk their book. They’re trying to accumulate Bitcoin at reasonable prices and stake out a huge position before the masses arrive. So they contact their friend Henry Blodgett at Business Insider and have him run frequent scare stories regarding Bitcoin.
Henry knows where the butter on his bread comes from, so he is more than willing to play “I’ll scratch your back, and you scratch mine,” with Wall Street.
If You’re Looking For That Rare, Life-Changing Opportunity…
The big money, Wall Street crowd isn’t full of dummies. They know that Bitcoin is such a revolutionary monetary invention that literal fortunes will be made by the early adopters. They are well aware of how rare and life-changing an opportunity like this is.
In fact, while the Wall Street crowd is busy talking its book and encouraging negative Bitcoin stories for public consumption, in private they’re singing an entirely different tune.
Take, for example, Richard Brown. He is the Executive Architect of IBM’s Banking Industry Innovation division. Here is what he had to say about Bitcoin at a private conference:
“I lived through the emergence of an internet-scale platform for information exchange and we all know how profoundly it changed the world. With the Bitcoin platform, we could be witnessing the emergence of an internet-scale platform for value-exchange.”
Mr. Brown made this statement in 2011. His positive outlook on Bitcoin continues to this day. In fact, here is another statement from him:
“So my view’s quite clear. I believe cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin is the first example, I believe they’re going to change the world…”
Chris Dixon, General Partner of $2.5 Billion Venture Capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, notices the media’s slant towards negative publicity thaT was just described above. He stated:
“One of the interesting things about Bitcoin is the contrast between how it is portrayed in the press and how it is understood by technologists. The press tends to portray Bitcoin as either a speculative bubble or a scheme for supporting criminal activity. In Silicon Valley, by contrast, Bitcoin is generally viewed as a profound technological breakthrough.”
Chris Dixon’s venture capital firm is actively funding multiple Bitcoin startup companies. Do you think they’d be doing that if Bitcoin was just a “bubble” as portrayed by Business Insider and other publications?
Of course not.
Remember the concept of talking your book …
A Paradigm Shift Of Earth-Shaking Proportions
Here’s another Bitcoin quote. This one is from Jeffrey Tucker, an economist with the Foundation for Economic Education:
“I think, that’s not a bubble, it represents a substantial paradigm shift”
Here’s a quote from David Woo, who is the Forex and Rates Strategist at Bank of America/Merill Lynch. He said:
“We believe Bitcoin can become a major means of payment for e-commerce and may emerge as a serious competitor to traditional money transfer providers.”
Still not convinced that Bitcoin is a monetary game-changer?
How about a quote from Al Gore, former US vice president and winner of Nobel Peace prize. He said:
“I’m a big fan of Bitcoin … Regulation of money supply needs to be depoliticized.”
Unlike Al gore, Leon Louw did not win the Nobel Peace prize. He was just a nominee. He did, however, say this:
“Every informed person needs to know about Bitcoin because it might be one of the world’s most important developments.”
John McAfee, founder of McAfee Security. Had this to say about Bitcoin:
“It will be everywhere, and the world will have to readjust. World governments will have to readjust.”
I could go on and on with these quotes, but here is just one more, this one from PayPal President David Marcus:
“I really like Bitcoin. I own bitcoins.”
Either all these brilliant people are delusional, or Bitcoin is the real deal.
As for me, I believe all these brilliant minds are seeing Bitcoin for what it really is: the most profound monetary invention of the past 2,000 years that will completely overhaul the way the world thinks about and uses money. In short, Bitcoin will bring about the greatest wealth transfer in history.
Bitcoin Is In The Process of Being Integrated Into Every Internet Browser, Every Email, and Every Cellphone!
The more you study and investigate Bitcoin, the more you’ll understand what a world-changer that it is.
Right now, at the very minute that you are reading this, Bitcoin is in the process of being integrated into every internet browser, every email, and every cellphone!
Right now, the number of people on Earth who actually own Bitcoin is far, far less than 1%. Imagine how many will own it when every email has the ability to send Bitcoin simply by clicking the “send” button.
The technology is being assembled right now to allow Bitcoin to send money from one cellphone to another. To send money inside an email. To use any internet browser to send money directly to a recipient anywhere in the world without fees, delays, or middlemen.
Peer-to-peer money. Honest money. Money that goes up in value – and thus increases your wealth when holding it. Money that is completely transparent and has a hard, set limit on the number of units that will ever be produced.
This is the type of money that Thomas Edison wanted to provide for the world. Nearly a century later, Edison’s vision has arrived.
This Is The Most Awe-Inspiring Investment Opportunity On The Planet, And It’s Just Getting Started.
Literally, Bitcoin was the best performing asset on Earth in 2013. Literally, Bitcoin is creating fortunes. Literally, Bitcoin will make more millionaires in the next year than all the multi-level companies, franchise companies, and stock markets around the world, combined.
Bitcoin is the most awe-inspiring investment opportunity on the planet, and it’s just getting started.
I’ve known about and been involved with Bitcoin for about 2 years. I’ve learned a great deal during that time, and I’d like to share what I’ve learned and help you grab your share of the Bitcoin fortune. That’s why I’ve created the:
Ultimate Bitcoin Guide for 2014 and Beyond
Here’s what you’ll discover inside:
ü You’ll understand why Bitcoin ‘s value is set to increase by a factor even greater than the 80-to-1 it achieved in 2013
ü You’ll learn the single most important thing you must do to keep your Bitcoins safe – and out of the reach of hackers
ü You’ll discover the best time to take some Bitcoin profits, and when to hold tight for immediate, massive gains
ü You’ll get dozens of actionable steps that you can put to work immediately
ü You’ll learn about the genius-level technologies that are part of the Bitcoin protocol that virtually guarantee its success
ü You’ll find out which Bitcoin services to avoid like the plague
ü You’ll be shown little-known ways to multiply your Bitcoin holdings without investing a single additional dime
ü You’ll go wild over a jaw-dropping method that has the potential to turn 1 Bitcoin into 100 Bitcoins
ü You’ll be handed two years worth of insights that will enable you to be completely confident investing in Bitcoin
ü You’ll be given a wealth of checklists, tips and shortcuts I’ve discovered that will help you master Bitcoin
ü You’ll have access to everything you need in order to dive right into Bitcoin like a seasoned professional.
100-To-1 Returns in 2014?
In 2013, Bitcoin produced an 80-to-1 return. The factors are all in place for Bitcoin to produce a 100-to-1 return – or even more – in 2014.
Bitcoin is going to make more millionaires in the coming year than any other opportunity. If you could be one of them, what’s that worth to you?
So the choice is yours …
The future of money is rapidly changing. You can pass up the opportunity to use Bitcoin to create a fortune, and continue to remain in the antiquated realm of money.
You can embrace the future and be an early adopter of this revolutionary re-invention of money itself.
Will you be the guy at next year’s Christmas party bragging how he turned $5k into half a million, or will you be the one who wished that he had taken action, but didn’t?
The future well-being of your family rests on the decision you make today.
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