The Cryptocurrency Dossier: Part 2 © 2017

Ethereum could hand savvy traders a 500%-plus windfall in the next three years.

That being said, long-term issues and volatility are inherent with all cryptocurrencies. Just like any currency, their values could freefall due to bad news.

It’s happened before.

Bitcoin slid mightily in late 2014 and early 2015. It also experienced a hard, but much more short-lived, fall in value in March 2017. Bitcoin was then, and still is, facing a backlog where transactions were getting delayed. In addition, the high-profile rejection of the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission scared some folks off.

Though Bitcoin’s most recent struggles didn’t extend past the “Ides of March,” they opened the door for a definitive No. 2 to step up.

That makes this Ethereum’s moment to shine.

No digital currency benefited more the brief crisis in confidence in Bitcoin.

And that’s no accident.

In many ways, Ethereum does what Bitcoin does better than Bitcoin does itself. And its price remains a fraction of Bitcoin’s.

Ethereum was trading under $15 at the beginning of March – and was selling for $52 per ether by the end of that month.

Although some e-coin analysts expected the Ethereum traders to jump back to Bitcoin, the new ether-holders not only stayed… but they doubled (and tripled) down – and they attracted more company.

Ether exploded to $225 by the end of May, even before the two mega-cryptocurrency exchanges in China launched ether serving.

And in mid-June, it was trading at $385.

That’s 389% above where I told my readers to buy on May 3.

Right now you might be thinking. “Well darn I missed it.”

But trust me—as someone who has seen exponential tech bursts before—you haven’t missed it. We are just at the beginning.

This is the validation of a multi-billion dollar industry.

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