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October 30, 2017, 01:54:32 AM
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Has anyone heard of or done this? Rolling your 401(k) into Bitcoin?

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October 30, 2017, 02:30:28 AM
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Has anyone heard of or done this? Rolling your 401(k) into Bitcoin?

I have not heard of any 401(k) fund than invests in Bitcoin yet.  Also I don't think there is a suitable investment vehicle that is available for regular (non-accredited) investors to buy in their rollover IRAs. However, it is possible to set up a trust that would allow you to hold bitcoins in an IRA.
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Has anyone heard of or done this? Rolling your 401(k) into Bitcoin?

I have not heard of any 401(k) fund than invests in Bitcoin yet.  Also I don't think there is a suitable investment vehicle that is available for regular (non-accredited) investors to buy in their rollover IRAs. However, it is possible to set up a trust that would allow you to hold bitcoins in an IRA.

I must say that a ira or a roth ira that is involved in bitcoin will surely fist all off enjoy a good constant positive growth. Now i personally have not heard of any institutions offering this service in the USA with a good track record. You mention something about a growing  number of private companies offerr 401k. I say we just wait auntil more lol.


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