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Buffett Backflips: ALL IN CRYPTO!

Warren buffett has for years talked down on Crypto, especially #Bitcoin.

However, Buffett's investment conglomerate - Berkshire Hathaway - has invested $600 million across two large Fintech firms ($300m each). On of the investments is in Indian firm, Paytm (the largest mobile-payments service in India).

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The other investment was made in Brazillian StoneCo, Brazil's largest brokerage firm. Interestingly, the firm recently announced that it will launch Bitcoin and Ethereum exchanges in Brazil.

Both firms invested in are heavily involved in Blockchain technology and R&D. Both have investments in Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies. Both go against everything Warren Buffett once claimed about Crypto.

It is obvious that he has had a change of heart. However, many speculators suggest it was a game the entire time; play bearish on Crypto and Bitcoin whilst accumulate and build partnerships in the background.

Bullish news. Be happy.

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Bitcoin: Japan about to Recognise BITCOIN

We can expect Japan to formally recognise BITCOIN as a LEGITIMATE payment method for the first time within the next 72 hours.

You heard it here first: This huge news will break. I know some Clients want to sell Bitcoin now, but HOLD / HODL! Now is not the time to sell any Bitcoin.

In the United States, word on the grapevine is that Bitcoin is in discussions to have approval for ETF. This is still in the pipeline and regulators are keeping a lid on things tightly, but as soon as our sources can leak something, we will share it here.

The BTC value is breaking records and is currently trading at around $ 1,500.00 USD, new all-time high. Again, we are on track for our predictions made last year - Bitcoin will hit $18,000.00 USD before the end of 2017.

What will we be doing:

As mentioned previously, we are continuously purchasing more Bitcoin for our portfolios - increasing our hold by 50% per month until further notice.