On October 12th, 2009, Martti Malmi sold 5050 Bitcoin for $5 and that tiny transaction, insignificant to everyone else, put a price on Bitcoin. It was the first time that Bitcoin actually had any value in the real world.
“Buy low, sell high” is the most basic rule of trading and a typical banter among traders in all types of financial markets. Simple as it may sound, this rule is often violated because most of us would end up doing the exact opposite.
One of our recent success came from Bitcoin Cash where we made a premium forecast that anticipated the asset’s value to appreciate by 172% over the medium term.
Bitcoin’s meteoric rise to $5000 was first featured in our Bitcoin market forecast 45 days before it happened, which gave our members ample time to grow their portfolio and profit from the rally.