How to Make Millions with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)


It’s said that savvy entrepreneurs see opportunity where no one else does. Then, why do so few of them pay attention to a new form of investment that is taking the world by storm? A better question would be: why do so few of them know that startups have raised more than $220 million in the past three years through a new financial instrument that has nothing to do with the traditional venture capital method. A lot of you struggle to make ends meet, working long hours and building side hustles that will eventually earn you money. But, what if I told you that we are living in one of the best times to make money right now? In this overly competitive economy, I hear you cry. I don’t think so, you say, raising your brows in disbelief. You better believe it and take action soon because we’re going through the biggest and fastest transfer of wealth in human history and it would be a shame not to take advantage of this new golden age. It’s a bold claim, I know, but let’s take a step back and see the big picture. Do you remember the late ‘90s when the word “dot-com” was on the tip of everybody’s tongue? Those who were savvy enough to invest at the beginning of the dot-com boom became millionaires and billionaires over the years. Think about companies such as Google, Amazon, eBay, and Cisco who rode the dot-com wave and made a fortune. The early employees and investors in those same companies also made a fortune. Well, there’s a new boom happening and, unlike the dot-com era, it’s largely flying under the radar. I’m talking about Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), a way to raise funds for Blockchain projects, one of the most disruptive innovations in technology since the invention of the internet itself. No, you don’t need a Ph.D. in this to understand it or make money from it! In this guide, I’m going to teach you everything you need to know to understand how ICOs work and what you need to start making money.


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