Emma’s Note: Regular readers know cryptocurrencies aren’t really in our wheelhouse here at Rogue Economics. But when we heard our colleague, tech investing expert Jeff Brown, was about to recommend cryptos to his readers, we knew we needed to find out some more…
Cryptos have been around now for about a decade. But Jeff has been quietly biding his time, waiting for the right moment to jump into this volatile market. And he believes that time is now.
Earlier this week, he held a live online event to launch his new Unchained Profits advisory. He told the folks who tuned in about how blockchain technology – which underpins cryptos – will revolutionize the internet.
If you want to learn more about what Jeff says will be “the most explosive investments on the planet,” click here to watch the replay…
It’s been an incredible run so far…
For the past six years, I’ve had one goal: balance the scales in favor of the retail investor.
I wanted to provide institutional-level research that could help “move the needle” for everyday investors.
And for over half a decade, that’s what I’ve done.
My readers have profited from investments in some of the most exciting areas of technology: 5G networks, artificial intelligence, robotics, precision medicine, and more.
But with all these explosive investments, there has been one conspicuous absence: digital assets, or what most people know as “cryptocurrencies.”
Many readers may not know that I’m heavily involved in the blockchain and digital assets space.
As an active member of the Chamber of Digital Commerce, I’ve spoken with American and international policymakers to advocate for sensible regulations for digital assets.
As an active angel investor, I’ve invested in numerous crypto startups. My private investments include…
Ripple Labs: The company behind XRP, the sixth-largest digital asset by market capitalization, as of this writing
Abra: The company behind one of the most popular crypto wallets
Coinbase: The world’s largest digital asset exchange, and the world’s first public crypto exchange company
Suffice to say that this is an area I know very, very well.
But – with a few notable exceptions – I’ve avoided recommending cryptocurrencies to my readers.
Today, I’ll tell you why. And I’ll explain why now is the time to gain exposure to some of the most explosive investments on the planet.
Crypto Is Going Mainstream
Bitcoin is now more than 10 years old. I first profiled the cryptocurrency in 2015, when it was trading for around $240. The title of my report was What’s the Big Deal With Bitcoin?
That shows where the conversation was at the time. But nobody is asking that question anymore. Anyone who bought bitcoin after they read my report and held until its recent peak made as much as 26,900%.
But back then, it could be risky to buy and hold a cryptocurrency. Simple, honest mistakes could leave investors with a complete loss of capital. That kind of risk is not suitable for most investors.
For my part, I chose to first focus on technology companies that would benefit from the explosion in growth of the blockchain industry rather than recommending cryptocurrencies themselves.
The truth is, I’ve been patiently waiting for the right time in the market… when the infrastructure and ease of use would be established enough for my subscribers.
That’s where we are now.
The industry is well established… and some great platforms and exchanges have removed much of the complexity and risk from investing in digital assets.
We’re even seeing institutional money finally taking an interest in bitcoin. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance took a $100 million stake in bitcoin in December 2020. This is not some small, niche enterprise. MassMutual is a 150-year-old institution.
And it’s not alone.
Financial technology innovator Square put a portion of its treasury – $50 million – into bitcoin. And information technology (IT) services firm MicroStrategy moved nearly its entire cash reserves, a whopping $425 million, into bitcoin.
This is just the beginning of a larger adoption trend.
And I’m thrilled to now be able to open the doors on blockchain technology and digital assets for my readers… and provide research on the most explosive investment opportunities on the planet.
And yes, these assets will be some of the most explosive investments on the planet. Here’s why…
I view blockchain technology as the foundation for what will become the new internet – what I refer to as “Web 3.0.”
This is a critical space for anyone interested in cryptos or blockchain technology… because right now, we’re seeing projects develop the protocols behind the next generation of the internet.
Imagine investing in the protocols of Web 1.0 that gave rise to Amazon, Facebook, and Google. That is the opportunity here…
We’re in the middle of creating an internet that’s decentralized… and resistant to censorship.
The internet was also intended to democratize economic power and influence. The goal was to provide everyone unfettered access to the internet and information.
And with blockchain technology, we’ll finally achieve that goal in Web 3.0…
Not only that, but as the industry continues to develop, we’ll also be able to invest in novel assets that are based on these technologies… things like security tokens – digital versions of real-world assets. Imagine owning a portion of a natural gas refinery or a percentage of a residential real estate building.
I’ll also keep a close eye on the developing NFT space… Non-fungible tokens are in their infancy right now. These digital representations of art promise to disrupt the fine art and collectibles space.
Seeing these asset classes develop is just another reason I’m so excited to start talking about investment opportunities in this space.
That’s why I encourage anyone interested in blockchain technology and investments to watch the replay of my free Click for Crypto event…
Earlier this week, I shared details of the most exciting and lucrative blockchain opportunities coming across my radar with the folks who showed up for the event.
The replay will be available online for a short while longer, so click here now to catch up…
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