The Most Important Currency Story of 2015

February 9th, 2015 | by admin

Apple7On October 15th 2015, sweeping changes will be made to American money. Most Americans have no clue this is happening. In short, a new technology is going to totally disrupt the existing money and payments infrastructure.

A new digital currency “is coming to town,” says Fortune journalist Philip Elmer-DeWitt, “and I can’t wait to try it.”

Headline & Global News calls it simply, “The next form of currency.”

(HINT: This is not about bitcoin).

Those at the investing forefront could get incredibly wealthy…

Here are the top 8 reasons why you need to get in on this…

Reason #1 – There’s A Heck of A Lot of Money to Be Made. Investing in this new technology today will be like getting in on credit cards in the 1950s… debit cards in the 1970s… and online banking in the 1990s. Investors who recognized these huge payment innovations in their early stages had the chance to see life-altering gains.

Reason #2 – This technology IS The Future. Already, the six largest banks in America, the world’s largest payments processing firm, over 220,000 U.S. retailers, and the 3 major American credit card companies are 100% in full support of the transition to this new form of payment.

Reason #3 – Smart Money IS RUSHING In. Billionaire investors Mario Gabelli, George Soros, and David Tepper have all taken significant ownership stakes in this technology. Not to mention, the technology is backed by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and Apple CEO Tim Cook. Even  Microsoft founder Bill Gates thinks it’s a great idea.

Click here to see what this technology is.

Reason #4 – The Public Wants It. Already, a full 40% of North Americans have used this technology to make a payment at a merchant location – up more than DOUBLE from just two years ago, according to research firm Accenture. And its usage is expected to grow by a factor of 42 – that’s 4,100% – by 2018 according to Business Insider.

Reason #5 – The U.S. Government Is In Full Support Of This. In fact, President Obama recently signed an executive order that supports the use of this technology across the U.S. agencies.

Reason #6 – This Is An IMPORTANT Technology. It is faster, more convenient, safer, and even more secure than any other payment method previously devised… including physical cash, credit cards, debit cards, and online payments.

Reason #7 – 2015 will be THE year for this technology. This new form of payment will reach a “tipping point” this year, according to a recent report from TechCrunch. “In 2015, the infrastructure needed to succeed will start to scale more quickly,” writes the tech journal.

Reason #8 – It’s Still Early In The Timeline. Right now, we are in the initial stages of a totally new economic and financial paradigm in America. This is going to alter the lives of millions of people… making some very rich… while leaving others behind. With an economic transformation of this magnitude, there’s a heck of lot of money to be made right now, in the extreme early stages.

Our research firm has been following the incredible details of this story for the past several months. And I can say with 100% certainty this is something every American needs to know about.

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P.S. This form of money is set to “debut” very soon. According to some experts, it could actually render Bitcoin, PayPal, even traditional cash and credit cards obsolete. Opportunities like this don’t come around very often. Click here to get the full details.

  • Rod Scott

    At last, a way for the rich to become richer, and the poor to go away and die.

    • Rick Joy

      Karl Marx predicted in industrialized nations the wealthy would exploit labor. Thus, the rich will become richer and the poor will become poorer. In present-day sociology we are taught in America there are presently classes of people. The lower low, the upper low. Lower middle and upper middle. Lower and upper wealthy. In this century there will become two classes of people in America. The extremely wealthy and the extremely poor. This teaching supports Marx’s prediction to a T.

      • b4k9zp

        Sow what are you going to do about it?

        • Rick Joy

          There is nothing I can do about it. I was, merely, sharing what Karl Marx stated about industrialized nations. Why is it when someone posts a comment someone invariably comes up with that type of question. It has always been and always be labors struggle against the wealthy. It is not something one person can do about. We the people have always wrestled with this. I am just saying that communist Marx predicted this would happen and it is happening. As far as what a person can do is find a way to become wealthy so he or she is not part of the dirt poor.

          • b4k9zp

            big debate–how can labor exist without capital? and how can capital exist without labor? Never to be satisfied. for there are quite valid points in support of each.