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Bitcoin Investment

Bitcoin Investment Plans Is an investment system designed specifically for online investors. To make it easier for you and to reduce administrative expenses, we use the so-called e-currencies (also referred to as digital currencies or electronic payment systems) in our operations. Thus, you do not need to have a bank account, do not have to incur various hidden fees in order to benefit from investing your funds with us. Investing with us is absolutely hassle-free and requires no paperwork. An investment at Bitcoin Investment Plans allows you to gain a net profit up to 2400% in just 100 days.

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Bitcoin Investment
Bitcoin Investment Plans is an offshore investment company with a widely diversified portfolio. We trade stocks of companies in internet, FOREX. And we traditionally place gold trading in the very top of our investment activities. We seek long-term appreciation of our assets through investing in not only financial instruments, but also in real offline projects. Apart from that, we invest lavishly in real estate and oil business as we have an office at U.S. In terms of inner structure, we are a typical offshore investment company with traders and market researchers working all over the globe.

WHY BITCOIN INVESTMENT

 Up to 23% daily
 State-of-the-art Security
 Excellent Customer Service
 Start earning profit in less than 24h

Our Bitcoin Investment

Basic investment Plan

Plan Name :- Basic BTC Investment
Minimum Amount invest :- $100
Payout :- 23% Perday
Payment  Tenure :- 15 days
Payout :- After 15 days of Investment
Payout :- Fully automatic
Total Payout amount :- 345 usd 

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Advance investment Plan


Plan Name :- Advance BTC Investment
Minimum Amount invest :- $500
Payout :- 30% Perday
Payment  Tenure :- 15 days
Payout :- After 15 days of Investment
Payout :- Fully automatic
Total Payout amount :- 2250 usd 

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Vip investment Plan


Plan Name :- Vip BTC Investment
Minimum Amount invest :- $1000
Payout :- 7% Perday
Payment  Tenure :- 50 days
Payout :- Every day at 6am(UTC) Direct to your bitcoin wallet
Payout :- Fully automatic
Total Payout amount :- 3500 usd 

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Corporate investment Plan


Plan Name :- Corporate BTC Investment
Minimum Amount invest :- $1500
Payout :- 9% Perday
Payment  Tenure :- 150 days
Payout :- Every day at 6am(UTC) Direct to your bitcoin wallet
Payout :- Fully automatic
Total Payout amount :- 20250 usd 

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Local Bitcoin investment Plan


Plan Name :- Local BTC Investment
Minimum Amount invest :- $5000
Payout :- 29% Perday
Payment  Tenure :- 450 days
Payout :- Every day at 6am(UTC) Direct to your bitcoin wallet
Payout :- Fully automatic
Total Payout amount :- 652500 usd 

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Frequently Ask Question 

Q.01- How to invest your plans?
Ans.All plan are fully guaranteed and fully automatic payout, once you have dicided to invest in bitcoin then you first need to choose any of our investment plan and click on make deposit bottom to proceeds

Terms of Service
  • Deposits are accepted via Perfect Money,Bitcoin.
  • Minimum deposit is $100.
  • Maximum deposit is $10,000.
  • Interest on all deposited funds is paid every day at 06:00 am G.M.T.
  • You can make additional deposits at any time.
  • We offer a varying daily interest rate ranging from 7% to 23%.
  • Profit payments will be made via Perfect Money,Bitcoin.

     User Agreement

Bitcoin Investment Plans will deliver its services only to those customers who are of legal age in particular jurisdictions they are citizens of or reside in. Legal age may vary between 18 and 21. By singing up with us you state under the penalty of perjury that you are at least 18 or older depending on the legal age in your jurisdiction.

  • You state that you are not a member, agent, informant, or employee of or in any other way related to any investigative, law enforcement, media, news or governmental agencies of any country.

  • You understand that under no circumstances should anything found on this site be considered or construed as an offer to sell securities or a solicitation to invest in any investment opportunity.

  • You understand and accept the fact that Bitcoin Investment Plans disclaims any liability for performance of any investment which comes to your attention here on this web site. You bear total responsibility for all decisions made. You also agree to invest money that you can afford to lose.

  • You understand and accept the fact that all the information you receive or find on Bitcoin Investment Plans website is of private nature and not available to the general public and is, therefore, exempt from the US Securities Act of 1933 and all amendments or any equivalent laws of any jurisdictions.

  • You understand and agree that all information you receive from Bitcoin Investment Plans is unsolicited, private communication of privileged, proprietary, and confidential information intended for You only.

  • You agree to keep it private and not to disclose to any third party unless this information is obviously of a public nature.

  • You understand and agree than spamming is not tolerated at Forex Investment Plans. Any member of Forex Investment Plans caught spamming will have his membership cancelled and banned from our web site.
  • You agree not post any part of this web site on a public forum or to forward it via e-mail.

     Privacy Policy

Under no circumstances will Bitcoin Investment Plans sell, lease or in any other form disclose information about its Users to any third parties.
You agree not to hold Bitcoin Investment Plans accountable for any privacy policy or lack thereof, from any of the links found on our website.
You agree to practice your own due diligence.

BITCOIN INVESTMENT

Investing in Bitcoin can seem complicated, but it is much easier when you break it down into steps. You don't have to understand computer programming to realize that banks, businesses, the bold, and the brash are cashing in on cryptocurrencies. This guide will help you to get started, but always remember that Bitcoin investing carries a high degree of speculative risk.


KEY TAKEAWAYS

The value of Bitcoin is heavily dependent on the faith of investors, its integration into financial markets, public interest in using it, and its performance compared to other cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin investing still involves some technical and security issues that investors should be aware of before they begin.

Investors who want to trade bitcoin need a place to store them—a digital wallet.

They also need to buy bitcoin, which is usually achieved by connecting a wallet to a bank account, credit card, or debit card.

Investors can join an exchange or online marketplace to trade traditional currencies, bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies

What Is Bitcoin

It may seem hard to believe that a digital currency could be worth thousands of dollars. Although the lines of code that make up each bitcoin are worthless in and of themselves, markets value each bitcoin at thousands of dollars. Bitcoin has value in part because it has transaction costs that are much lower than credit cards. Bitcoins are also scarce and become more difficult to obtain over time. The rate that bitcoins are produced cuts in half about every four years. This rate is expected to halve again sometime in 2020. The total number of bitcoins in circulation is gradually approaching the limit of 21 million set in 2009 by Bitcoin's creator, Satoshi Nakamoto.
If the demand for bitcoins exceeds the rate at which it can be produced, the price will increase. As of Jan. 2020, 18.15 million, or 86.42%, of total bitcoins have already been created.1 This situation does not guarantee increasing prices. Cryptocurrencies are wildly unpredictable, even ones as popular as Bitcoin. Bitcoin was worth $19,116.98 on Dec. 17, 2017, but the price fell substantially and had yet to recover as of the beginning of 2020.2 The value of Bitcoin is heavily dependent on the faith of investors, its integration into financial markets, and public interest in using it. The performance of Bitcoin compared to other cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum, is also crucial in determining its value.
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Bitcoin operates on a decentralized public ledger technology called the blockchain. When consumers make purchases using the U.S. dollar, banks and credit card companies verify the accuracy of those transactions. Bitcoin performs this same function at a lower cost without these institutions using a system called hashing. When one person pays another using bitcoin, computers on the Bitcoin blockchain rush to check that the transaction is accurate. In order to add new transactions to the blockchain, a computer must solve a complex mathematical problem, called a hash. If a computer is the first to solve the hash, it permanently stores the transactions as a block on the blockchain.
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When computers successfully add a block to the blockchain, they are rewarded with bitcoin. This process is known as bitcoin mining. Similar to winning the lottery, solving hashes is mostly a matter of chance. However, there are ways to increase your odds of winning in both contests. With bitcoin, arriving at the right answer before another miner has almost everything to do with how fast your computer can produce hashes. In the early years, bitcoin mining could be performed effectively using open-source software on standard desktop computers. Today, only special-purpose machines known as application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) miners can mine bitcoin cost-effectively. Mining pools and companies now control most bitcoin mining activity.

Before Beginning

There are several things that every aspiring Bitcoin investor needs. A digital wallet, personal identification documents, a secure connection to the Internet, a method of payment, and an account at a cryptocurrency exchange are the usual requirements. Valid methods of payment using this path include bank accounts, debit cards, and credit cards. It is also possible to get bitcoin at specialized ATMs and via P2P exchanges. However, be aware that bitcoin ATMs were increasingly requiring government-issued IDs in early 2020. There are additional details on buying bitcoin that we will not cover here.
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Privacy and security are important issues for Bitcoin investors. Even though there are no physical bitcoins, it is usually a bad idea to brag about large holdings. Anyone who gains the private key to a public address on the Bitcoin blockchain can authorize transactions. While it is obvious that the private key should be kept secret, criminals may attempt to steal private keys if they learn of large holdings. Be aware that anyone you make a transaction with can see the balance in the public address that you use. That makes it a good idea to keep significant investments at public addresses that are not directly connected to ones that are used for transactions.
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Anyone can view a history of transactions made on the blockchain, even you. But while transactions are publicly recorded on the blockchain, identifying user information is not. On the Bitcoin blockchain, only a user's public key appears next to a transaction—making transactions confidential but not anonymous.
That is an important distinction. International researchers and the FBI have claimed that they can track transactions made on the Bitcoin blockchain to user's other online accounts, including their digital wallet. That's a direct result of anti-money laundering policies.3 This should not concern most investors because Bitcoin is legal in the U.S. and most other developed countries.

Step One: Get a Bitcoin Wallet

The first thing that you'll need to get started is a wallet to store bitcoin.
Bitcoins are not physical coins, and they must be stored in digital wallets.
When it comes to choosing a bitcoin wallet, you have options. However, the Louis Vuitton and Gucci of the cryptocurrency world right now are "software" and "hardware" wallets. Software wallets are mobile applications that connect with your traditional bank account. These wallets allow for quick and easy access to bitcoin, but the drawback is they put your money in the hands of a third-party company.
Although the leading software wallets are trustworthy, popular third-party companies have collapsed, or been hacked, in the past. Much like you wouldn't store thousands of dollars in your mattress, users with larger bitcoin holdings should consider storing their money more securely.
Coinbase is the most popular software wallet available in the United States. In part, that is because it has a website, a mobile application, and stores 98% of customer currencies offline for added security. For beginners, Coinbase is the best and easiest place to start because it is connected directly to a bitcoin exchange, which simplifies the buying and selling process.
There are also many other bitcoin wallets available. Blockchain.com is another top wallet connected to a bitcoin exchange. Mycelium is one of the most secure mobile wallets, but it can be a little harder to use. Blockchain Wallet is a popular mobile wallet, while Electrum is an excellent open-source choice for desktop users.
Hardware wallets are a little more old-school but are generally considered to be more secure because they are kept offline. Trezor and Ledger are two of the leading hardware wallet manufacturers. These wallets store a user's private key on a physical hardware device similar to a flash drive, which prevents hackers from accessing a user's private key through an Internet connection.

Step Two: Connect a Bank Account

In order to purchase bitcoin, you need to connect your wallet to a bank account, debit card, or credit card. Although these payment methods all perform the same function—exchanging traditional currency for bitcoin—they each carry their own set of fees.
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Transactions made using a bank account can take four to five days to process on Coinbase, but are generally recommended for first-time investors.6 By linking a bank account to your wallet, you can buy and sell bitcoin and deposit that money directly into your account. Bank accounts are generally recommended if you are dealing with larger sums of money. At the time of writing, bank accounts let users spend as much as $25,000 per week.7
Debit and credit cards, on the other hand, allow you to buy bitcoin almost instantly. The drawback is that on Coinbase and other popular exchanges, debit cards can only be used to purchase crypto—and even then, only in smaller amounts. Users cannot sell bitcoin or deposit money into their bank account when their wallet is connected to a debit card.6

Step Three: Join a Bitcoin Exchange


Bitcoin exchanges are online marketplaces where you can trade bitcoin for traditional currencies, say BTC for USD. Just like when you go to make a purchase online, you have options. There’s eBay, Amazon, Etsy, and Alibaba—to say nothing of the millions of private retailers who use these websites to sell their products. The same is true of buying bitcoin.
Even when two exchanges trade the same cryptocurrencies, they usually offer slightly different services. Exchanges can vary in reputation, reliability, security, processing fees, exchange rates, and cryptocurrencies available for trading. Before settling down with an exchange, look around. Here are our top recommendations for where to start.

Best for Beginners: Coinbase

Coinbase is the most popular and respected digital currency exchange in the United States. Coinbase lets users securely buy and store cryptocurrency in one location. Coinbase charges a 1.49% fee for U.S. transactions from a bank account or Coinbase USD wallet. Purchases made using a credit or debit card are charged a 3.99% fee.8 Plus, Coinbase secures cash balances up to $250,000 in the event of theft or breach in online storage.9

Best for On the Go: Square Cash

The Square Cash app is a leader in peer-to-peer money transfers, right alongside PayPal's Venmo. The Cash app comes from Square, the company that makes those mobile credit card readers. Square is a huge financial technology company that includes many other services—one of which is trading bitcoin. Unlike most online exchanges, the Cash App stores your bitcoin in your Square Cash Account, rather than a separate digital wallet. If you're worried about security, however, you can send the bitcoin in your Square Cash Account to another wallet of your choosing. Square limits deposits to $10,000 per week, but there is no limit to what you can sell.10

Best for Bitcoin on a Budget: Robinhood

Robinhood launched in 2013 as a fee-free stock brokerage. In Feb. 2018, the company expanded into the Bitcoin and Ethereum markets, along with market data for another 15 currencies, allowing users to trade cryptocurrency without a fee. As is the case with Square, Robinhood stores bitcoin in the same Robinhood account that is used for stocks. Robinhood is mobile-first and just recently added a web version, so it is best for people comfortable managing money from their phone or tablet.

Best for Big Spenders: Coinbase Pro (Formerly GDAX)

If you feel comfortable trading on Coinbase and want to step up your trading volume, you may be ready to switch from Coinbase to Coinbase Pro. Formerly known as Coinbase Global Digital Asset Exchange (GDAX), the trading platform uses interfaces similar to Bloomberg terminals and active stock, commodity, and option trading platforms. Coinbase Pro offers options to make market orders, limit orders, and stop orders in addition to traditional buying and selling. Coinbase Pro also allows users to trade between cryptocurrencies, say between Ethereum and Bitcoin. Coinbase Pro charges fees ranging from 0.04% to 0.50% based on your trading volume. Most people trade less than $10 million per month and will fall into the 0.20% tier. If you want to try Coinbase but with much higher volume, this platform is the way to go.11

Best for Buying in Cash: Peer-to-Peer

If you have a wallet, but it isn't connected to a bank account, debit, or credit card, you can buy bitcoin using cash through a peer-to-peer exchange. Unlike typical bitcoin wallets, peer-to-peer exchanges work similarly to Craigslist for cryptocurrency. They allow buyers and sellers in the same areas to find each other and meet up to trade bitcoins for cash. With peer-to-peer exchanges, it's important to remember that you are trading high-value currency with strangers you have never met before. If you choose to exchange bitcoin in this way, we recommend that you meet buyers and sellers in a public place with high visibility.

Step Four: Place Your Order

You’re now ready to buy bitcoin for the first time. It is crucial to keep in mind that although one bitcoin costs several thousand dollars, bitcoin can be divided up to eight decimal points. The smallest unit of bitcoin is known as a satoshi. Even if the price of bitcoin skyrockets, you'll still be able to buy a satoshi for a tiny fraction of a cent

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