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Today, we're here to tell you to forget everything you've ever heard about Bitcoin…
Because we're going to lay out one simple fact.
In 2010, Bitcoin was trading for three-tenths of one penny.
That means you could've bought 100 bitcoins for just $0.30.
In 2019, Bitcoin was trading for $13,800.
That means that same $0.30 you put in Bitcoin in 2010 was worth $1.38 million just nine years later.
For $0.30 – that's for a quarter and a nickel – you could've been a millionaire.
For $3 – just the price of a cup of coffee – you could've made over $10 million.
For the cost of dinner out with your spouse, you could've made over a quarter of a billion dollars.
And for $1,500 invested in Bitcoin in 2010, you would've been No. 76 on Forbes' list of the 100 richest billionaires in America.
And that's assuming you held on through Bitcoin's so-called "crash."
If you sold at Bitcoin's all-time high, that same $1,500 investment would've made you the 46th richest billionaire in America.
No other investment in the history of the world has offered that kind of return.
Actually, the only investment that comes close are other cryptocurrencies.
Because since Bitcoin first launched…
Litecoin returned 33,709%.
Ripple returned 136,944%.
Ethereum returned 340,258%.
So $200 into each of those coins would have returned $1,021,000.
There can be no dispute of the millionaire-making potential cryptocurrency has enjoyed for the last decade.
The only question is… what happens now?
In 2017, we saw Bitcoin hit its second wave when it soared to nearly $20,000.
According to Money Morning Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson, Bitcoin is about to enter into its third wave.
And we are already seeing the very beginnings of it.
Bitcoin spiked over 334% in 2019.
And make no mistake; it's just getting started.
And if it does, it's going to create a whole new group of millionaires.