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What the FBI's $2.3 Million "DarkSide" Bitcoin Seizure Really Means

Colonial Pipeline Co.

paid DarkSide hackers more than $4 million in Bitcoin last month during the pipeline attack.

The FBI just recovered most of the ransom – more than $2.3 million.

But then worries over Bitcoin’s securities sent the price tumbling more than $5,000.

Retail investors are way off base on this one – there’s no need to worry about Bitcoin… .



This NFT Stock Is Your Entry to a $340 Million Market

$340 million worth of NFTs were sold last year.

This year's number is sure to blow that $340 million figure out of the water.

You see, NFTs aren't going anywhere.

These investments are here to stay.

But what a lot of investors new to NFTs find difficult is knowing which NFT is worth their cash.

Valuing art, for example, is tough business.

Fortunately, you don't have to drop everything and become a trained art appraiser to make money off of NFTs.

There's a pick and shovel play that will let you profit as the NFT, and broader cryptocurrency markets, balloon over time.

And you can do it right from the stock market.

Here’s what we’re talking about...


Here's the Easiest Way to Cash In on the NFT Boom

NFTs were a small, niche blockchain application until this year, when a collector paid $69 million worth of Ether for a unique piece of digital art.

The thing is, it’s not just artists who are cleaning up here; regular investors can line their pockets from this ongoing NFT boom via a “backdoor”… .



Why the Ripple (XRP) Coin Is Back on My Crypto Radar

The Ripple (XRP) cryptocurrency is up more than 400% for the year, and it looks like even more profits are around the corner.

Big financial institutions are increasingly using XRP technology to cut costs and boost services.

One big bank is slated to use Ripple to generate $24 billion worth of business… .



Here's What Bitcoin Could Do This Week

Following an eventful few weeks, Bitcoin had a rough couple of days over the weekend.

And while its drop was pretty significant and sudden, Tom's not worried about it in the long run.

He'll show you what actually happened and where we're headed in the next few days, plus a chart that points to where the buying opportunities are… .



What to Do as Bitcoin Hits $44,000 (and the S&P 500)

Just as we predicted, Bitcoin's now hit over $40,000, thanks to big institutional investors and corporations who've pumped $17 billion into BTC and other microcurrencies over the past few months.

Bitcoin's mass acceptance gives it solid footing to reach Tom's one-year, $100K price target.

But due to some incredible events over the past three days, Tom might actually have to increase his price target…



This Stock Could Top 116% Gains in 2021

The GameStop saga might be coming to an end soon – shares have fallen as low as $81 as of midday Tuesday.

Let's be clear: The tech trend underlying this remarkable story isn't over by a long shot. There's much more disruption to come.

I'm talking about financial technology – "fintech."

Fintech is what's enabled the exponential, rapid growth of mobile investing and trading apps like Robinhood, which has in turn opened up the capital markets to more than 12 million new investors over the course of the pandemic.

Fintech is about much more than trading; it's about much more than payments.

It's changing how people invest, shop, save, pay – how people deal with money, period. Fintech "touches" around 5% of global e-commerce sales (excluding China). That sounds miniscule, at first, but we're talking big bucks here – around $166 billion and counting.

One company I know of leveraged this the smart way to grow its share price by triple digits last year, and I think 2021 could be even bigger… Full Story

One company I know of leveraged this the smart way to grow its share price by triple digits last year, and I think 2021 could be even bigger...


This Top Fintech Stock Could Outperform Affirm, PayPal, and Square

It is amazing to think Western Union debuted the first electronic fund transfer 150 years ago in 1871.

Way before the internet, computers and even the telephone, this first payment was done via the telegraph and proved to be immensely successful.

Today, it's grown into an entire industry of it's own: fintech.

Now the industry today is much more than sending payments.

It's managing funds, trading stocks, cryptocurrency, lending, payment plans and much more, all conducted through apps on your phone or on a computer.

Now, I'm looking at another fintech opportunity for our readers.

It's one you won't want to miss...