Is Bitcoin a Safe Investment? | Investing in Crypto
Cryptocurrencies might be one of the best investments right now. With everything going on in the world, does a currency independent of governments and central banks now make sense? Can cryptocurrencies become safe havens for investors in troubled times? With Bitcoin’s current price, could it even outperform the king of safe havens, GOLD?
Real Vision talk to Vladimir Smetanin, Founder & CEO of the financial technology company NewCent. Based in the famous Crypto Valley of Switzerland, NewCent provides institutional and qualified investors with safe and convenient access to the new emerging class of assets.
For more information please visit: https://newcent.ch/
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