Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency - how it work
Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency - how it work for all

TIME TO BUY CRYPTOCURRENCY

Add Cryptocurrency to your IRA or 401K today. Digital One IRA makes it easy to roll over your retirement account into a Digital Currency IRA. We will handle the entire process for you and ensure that you don't miss out on the Crypto buyers' boom.

IRA-APPROVED DIGITAL CURRENCIES

Thanks to a new law from the Internal Revenue Service, you can now place your retirement savings in the world’s most popular and fastest growing Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple. Digital One IRA makes it simple and secure to purchase these digital currencies. We ensure ...

– Transactions are executed through our affiliate exchange platforms.
– Multiple layers of digital wallet security are provided with multi-signature verification.
– You can view the value of your coins in your secure wallet 24/7.

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BITCOIN IRA

Here is what makes each of these digital currencies unique:
Bitcoin is a digitally based currency that can act as a means of exchange. It has been around for several years but it is now showing as a mainstream traction, already being an accepted form of payment for several large retailers (both online and 'brick and mortar'); including Amazon, Expedia, Overstock, and Target, among others. This increase in popularity is thanks to the variety of benefits offered through Bitcoin. In addition to being accepted at major retailers, it is a significantly cheaper and quicker way to complete digital transactions. It further serves as an excellent retirement purchase opportunity. Bitcoin’s value moves independently of the dollar and so it acts as a great hedge against traditional IRA assets. With a limited supply and increasing demand, the value of Bitcoin is poised to rise over the next several years. When Bitcoin was established, a computer protocol system known as Blockchain was crafted as a timestamp server to generate computational proof of the chronological order of digital transactions – further facilitating an encryption ledger method to make transactions verifiable.

Ethereum IRA

Similar to Bitcoin, Ethereum is distributed as a part of the Blockchain network where its cryptocurrency, a token called Ether, can be traded. It is also used for paying transaction fees and services. This is a major advantage of Ethereum which is a ledger based technology.

Ripple IRA

Ripple offers an open payment network where its cryptocurrency, named XRP, can be exchanged more quickly than any other digital currency. Ripple connects banks, payment providers, and digital asset exchanges via RippleNet to deliver one smooth way to transfer money globally. This is particularly important for a large number of international payments. Whereas it may take traditional financial institutions a few days to make expensive transactions, but Ripple can make these same transactions at no cost and within seconds.

UNDERSTANDING BLOCKCHAIN

A Blockchain is essentially a digital ledger in which transactions made in a cryptocurrency are recorded chronologically, publically and securely. It uses a peer-to-peer distributed timestamp server which generates computational proof of a transactional order. Since this process uses very strong encryption methods, the ledger of transactions (Blockchain) is made visible and verifiable without providing the private, protected information behind transactions to anyone beyond the individuals involved. Bringing added value to a cryptocurrency exchange, the Blockchain offers a rare combination of being both secure, and transparent.
Its name comes from transactions verified in ‘blocks’ that are both publicly viewable and accepted in consensus. Once the majority of users accept a block of transactions as valid, which occurs approximately every ten minutes, the block is considered confirmed. So those transactions can never be undone, reversed, or altered. They are immutable. Ask your Digital One IRA specialist for more information about the digital currency spectrum.

DIGITAL IRA - KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

How to Put Cryptocurrency into Your Digital One IRA?
Digital IRAs are unique retirement accounts that allow you to purchase digital currencies (known as cryptocurrencies), like Bitcoin and Ethereum; in addition to conventional assets such as stocks and bonds. If you are looking to take advantage of the speed, freedom, and privacy offered through digital currencies, all while being able to better hedge against a falling dollar, risky stocks, and economic volatility – then a Digital One IRA could be well suited to meet your retirement goals.

More about Digital IRAs - Digital IRAs, such as a Bitcoin IRA or Ethereum IRA, feature the same rules, regulations, and benefits of traditional IRAs, including tax responsibilities and distribution rules, though feature two key differences:
They are ‘self-directed’ accounts, which mean you are completely in control of all your purchase decisions. You simply decide which digital currency you would like to buy, and Digital One IRA will act as a certified custodian for your account by carrying out your instructions and handling your account’s administration.
They can hold a wider range of assets (in addition to digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum); as self-directed digital IRAs are capable of holding several asset types that are strictly prohibited in conventional retirement accounts.

Traditional asset classes typically address one or two purchase goals at a time. But when you set aside a piece of your savings in a digital currency, through a self-directed IRA, you are benefitting from a unique opportunity to accomplish several crypto placement goals at once. If you have questions or are ready to get started, please contact your Digital One IRA specialist today. Please call us to learn more: (888) 830-2557

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There is no assurance that Digital Currencies will achieve their objectives. Return and principal value will fluctuate and your portfolio, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Clients should make certain that they understand the correlation between risk and return. Clients should consult an attorney or tax advisor for specific tax or legal advice. Crypto Currencies involve risk and are not suitable for all investors. BITCOIN DIGITAL ONE IRA (bitcoin.digitaloneira.com) connects consumers to qualified custodians and facilitates Crypto Currency exchanges. The company is not a custodian, is not a digital wallet, and is not an exchange. The IRS nor any government or regulatory agency has not endorsed self-directed investments processed through BITCOIN DIGITAL ONE IRA . The IRS does not review, approve or endorse any investments, including Bitcoins, in an IRA. BITCOIN DIGITAL ONE IRA facilitates the self-directed transfer from an existing IRA or 401k to the IRA Custodian. The IRA Custodian is a non-fiduciary third-party custodian, registered and regulated in the United States. The IRA Custodian is a passive, non-discretionary custodian that does not provide, promote, endorse, or sell investment products. BITCOIN DIGITAL ONE IRA will attempt to but cannot guarantee that customers will receive tokens derived from “hard forks.” Crypto Currencies are very speculative investments and involve a high degree of risk. Investors must have the financial ability, sophistication, experience, and willingness to bear the risks of an investment, as well as a potential total loss of their investment. By using this website, you understand the information being presented is provided for informational purposes only and agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. BITCOIN DIGITAL ONE IRA relies on information from various sources, including clients and third parties, but cannot guarantee the accuracy and completeness of that information.
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