Going by last week’s information leaked about Martin Lewis OBE, the founder of moneysavingexpert.com and expert in money advice, he is also making a substantial fortune from bitcoin trading despite being a venture he had advised people in Britain to be very cautious about.
While talking to Rose Hill from the Daily Mail, Martin shared the primary reason for investing and encouraging British families to invest in Bitcoin Trader.
During a Forbes interview, Lewis admitted that in 2017, over half of the income generated by his business was from the investment he made in a single Bitcoin Trader. The profits from Bitcoin were more than the revenue earned from his website.
Bitcoin, which has increased by over 3000% in the last few years, is not only a safe but also a stable asset in the face of political unrest being experienced across the world. This has triggered the increase in Bitcoin demand, making the Crypto World explode with much potential. It is fully decentralized and guarantees protection and full autonomy over your money, which, according to Martin Lewis, is what the United Kingdom needs to deal with economic issues.
But the Crypto World is still facing some serious opposition, especially from the banks. Lewis argued that the banks want to stop an average worker from accumulating wealth outside the established system’s confines. He further admitted to continuing educating more people and encouraging them to invest in Bitcoin trading, regardless of the hate he was receiving from the banks for making this venture accessible to people.
Lewis says Banks hate him for making bitcoin trading accessible for ‘regular’ people.
Bitcoin trading is gaining popularity in the UK, and most British families are now making a considerable amount of money. However, Lewis advises any aspiring investor in this program to be time conscious. According to him, this opportunity will not last for a long time, and most British people are likely to miss out. And with a few weeks, maybe months remaining to make holiday cash, economists are encouraging people to seize this opportunity.
But is this true? Fiona Presley, a 37-year-old single mum of 2 boys from Stevenage, can give a comprehensive answer. She became unemployed last year in October, but fortunately for her, she was invited to take part in the beta test of this program this year in January after coming across an advertisement on Facebook.
The mother of two was initially cynical about this opportunity to gain money from the comfort of her home.
But she invested in it, which became one of the best decisions in her life. She started by watching a video then signing up, which was an easy and exciting experience just to learn something new. Fast-forward, Fiona makes about £7,000 every month. She receives money from Bitcoin Trader every Monday in the morning to her wallet. In case she wants to access the funds urgently, she can withdraw using her bank account, cheque, or PayPal.
Bitcoin Trader allows you to trade just like the case of stock. But since it is a market that is not fully tapped, there is no cut-throat competition. It is for that reason people like Fiona are making a lot of money from this software. She is even much happier, and her kids can see that their toy chest is now looking better than usual.
To get started, you will need a smartphone, tablet, or computer with reliable internet access. There are no specific skills that you require, as long as you are computer literate, and you can browse the internet. You are free to choose the hours you want to trade, which can range from 5 hours to 50 hours per week. There is no telemarketing or selling.
You can have a look at Fiona’s guide below on how to get started with this program.
Here’s her step-by-step walkthrough:
You will start by watching a video ad about Bitcoin Trader, then sign up by submitting your email address and name just below that video.
Once you have signed up and you have an account, the next step is to fund that account. Your account manager will help you out. You will be expected to deposit at least $250 or £200, using a credit card such as American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.