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May 06, 2018, 09:42:48 AM
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CoinJolt is a managed cryptocurrency portfolio fund generating investors a projected minimum of 200% returns. Also as an available trading platform where users can buy and sell digital currency like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Etherium along with other cryptocurrencies.

The platform is available to everyone so that anyone can utilize the same resources as our investors, simply by creating an account.

Features Included:

  • Users have access to market data, research tools, latest news, historical data graphs and behavioral trends.
  • Current prices on a variety of tradable assets.
  • The ability to trade the majority of capitalized digital currency.
  • Connected to almost every major exchange, you’re able to buy at the lowest and sell at the highest prices across the majority of tradable cryptocurrency. This pricing feature is one of the reasons why CoinJolt is the most popular platforms for traders. Combined with 0% transactional fees and instant transaction executions, our users are able to generate higher returns here, more so than anywhere else.

Managed Investment Portfolio Criteria:

  • Proprietary technology with measurable intrinsic and market value.
  • Plausible cause for innovation in a sector with a foreseeable future.
  • Reputable company(s) backed by qualified experience.
  • Solid infrastructure and corporate standing.
  • Conservatively diversified portfolio in the highest capitalized markets.


Structure For Investing With a Projected Minimum Of 200% Returns:

  • Active trades in volatile markets.
  • Primarily focused on high capitalized markets ($10B): Bitcoin and Ethereum.


Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

  • Reputable companies with a proven track record of corporate success and technological experience.
  • Proprietary blockchain technology with intrinsic value in opportunistic sectors with a foreseeable future.
  • Innovative solutions to intrinsic problems or outdated technology.

By using their site you understand that cryptocurrency or digital currency is a new asset class and can be highly volatile. As an investor, trader or general user of our site there are no guarantees for returns. There is even risk of loss.
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May 06, 2018, 09:53:47 AM
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I'd just like to take a couple of minutes and give everyone a review of CoinJolt.com, which is really an investing and trading platform for Bitcoin. Bitcoin as you know now, a lot of people are getting back investing in Bitcoin after you know, being deterred for a number of months after the price initially spiked to $20,000 and then crashed all the way down to $8,000.

Since then it's been rising at a much more steady pace than we saw in the beginning of the year, so one of the easiest ways to invest for those that aren't technologically savvy is by opening a CoinJolt account, they allow you buy Bitcoin with your bank account or credit card and you can store in their online wallet reducing the risk associated with holding the bitcoin on your personal computer.

There are some benefits to CoinJolt one of them being its fairly easy to make investment weekly recurring purchases, monthly recurring purchases things of that nature, there's also a little bit more security that your own identity can be used to you know verify ownership whereas you know on the computer it's just like having a file of something you have to hold onto. You’re the one that's solely responsible for that file and therefor solely responsible for your Bitcoin. Now some of the positive using CoinJolt is the ease of use and you know the ability for the average person to get in without having to setup a Bitcoin wallet on their computer or getting locked out of your computer or security things of that nature. They also offer a Bitcoin vault which is kind of like a paper wallet but it's stored actually offline. Now you've probably been hearing a lot of news about CoinJolt being a decentralized system.

CoinJolt is sort of like a bank for your Bitcoin but eliminates a lot of the negative aspects of using something like Bitcoin, those that use CoinJolt for their Bitcoin transactions still allow for the anonymity that Bitcoin guarantees you.
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May 06, 2018, 10:04:05 AM
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By using CoinJolt to convert Bitcoin to US dollars, they're in for quite a surprise, unlike cash deals where you can go to an ATM the government can easily track it and track the history. While they do have a long term capital gains tax of 15%, so 15% of the profit that you make on your Bitcoin is going to go to the government and I know that a lot of people that use Bitcoin is because they want to withdraw themselves from the system, they don't want to be a part of the financial system in the United States or anywhere in the world. Especially in places where your governments aren't stable and manipulating currency, screwing over the public right and left. So you need to take those things into serious consideration, if you plan on opening an account there. Designed with the intent without dealing with the larger financial system that's in place by the government and the central banking regulatory authorities.
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May 06, 2018, 07:01:54 PM
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  • I don't think CoinJolt is a perfect solution that instantly opens the flood gates to institutionalization of Bitcoin after we had the futures contracts.
  • Which are robust derivative products.
  • Now we're seeing large banks roll out trading desks, particularly Goldman Sachs.

I'm going to expect other banks will follow as well, and they're not going to follow just because it's Goldman Sachs and that's what a lot of banks do is follow what Goldman does, is because this market is so large that you can't ignore it anymore. I'm sure most of these banks have heard about these numbers that can overtake some of Wall Streets biggest banks if they don't get in the market.

In terms of institutional investment the biggest problem that needs to be solved, is custody. Goldman is rolling out a trading desk that will only be touching derivative products but longer term they'll be underlying product, the actual Bitcoin and so a big piece of solving that problem is custody. This became a very well known problem in 2017, if things were going to remain the same who's able to invest, where institutions are right now, where does Bitcoin go? If they solve the custody problem where will Bitcoin be and what role will CoinJolt play?
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