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3 Reasons Why This Could Be Your Last Chance To Buy Bitcoin Before It Skyrockets

Bitcoin Price Jump Puts It at 28-Month High. We just recorded a 1 hour double podcast episode discussing how you can get in before it's too late.

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On Thursday, the price of Bitcoin reached its highest level in nearly two-and-a-half years when it moved to over $750 during the session of the day.

The recent, significant upward move in the price of Bitcoin has been attributed to a variety of factors, including:

  • Investor reaction to the strategic devaluation of China’s yuan by that country’s central bank.
  • The uncertainty surrounding a (very) possible exit of Britain from the EU (“Brexit).
  • The anticipation surrounding the upcoming “halving” of Bitcoin.

In the latest edition of the Christian Money Plus members-only video double podcast, Jim Paris and co-host Bob Yetman address the influences presently exerting so much of an effect on the price of Bitcoin right now. Additionally, Jim discusses the most exciting development in digital currency since the advent of Bitcoin, something called Ethereum.

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By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large

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