It’s been a little over a month since I saw one of my friends posting on his FB wall about doubling your bitcoin in 90 days.  I saw it a couple of times and was a little skeptical. Finally, curiosity won out and I asked for more information. That is when I started my journey with cryptocurrency.

Gladiacoin is the company that will double your investment in 90 days starting with as little as .1 Bitcoin all the way to 4 Bitcoin. You are able to invest more by holding multiple positions.  After a couple of days of learning how the system works, I became hooked. The best way to explain Gladiacoin is not as a company but more as an automated trader. Gladiacoin has automated software that trades around the clock. This is where the money comes to pay out the 90 day doubling. The daily return is 2.2% and pays out like clockwork at 4PM UTC.  This here is my first position that I started on April 4th

I say my first position because I now have 7. I’ve been building up one position as my main. It is now at Spartacus 4, which is a .5 Bitcoin investment. As I stated, the ROI is 2.2% per day. The return for a .5 investment is .0111111 per day. Gladiacoin will deposit your daily return to your wallet once it reaches .03 or higher. That means my .0111111 daily return is deposited in my wallet every 3 days. Below is a screen shot of my earnings statement on this .5 position.  The green numbers show my daily return. The blue numbers are the Bitcoins that I have accumulated that has not been sent to my wallet yet and the red numbers show the deposits to my Bitcoin wallet.

For now, this has been doing what was stated. Like any investment only invest on what you are willing to lose. If you want more information on Gladiacoin, you can follow this link http://pauljgodin.com/gladiacoin/ which has a video describing the program.

I’m the type of person that will dive in all the way on a subject that I’m interested in. This means browsing the web for any articles, listening to podcasts and even buying books if I find any that I believe would be useful. During my research, I’ve discovered that there are over 700 different cryptocurrencies. The more I researched the more I realized that while Gladiacoin is great as a passive investment I was interested in something more active.

I’ve taken some of my returns from Gladiacoin and started investing directly with cryptocurrency.  I bought some Litecoin (LTC) at $15  a coin. At the time of this writing, it is sitting at $26.20. Pretty cool, I kind of like this stuff. I started reading about different coins with a goal of find one worth pennies. Something about owning thousands of coins appeals to me for some reason.

One of the first coins I researched was Dogecoin (DOGE). Right now it is trading at $.0.000861 US dollars. Very easy to buy 100k coins here but my research shows that the developers stopped development on this coin. I’m still watching it and it seems that the community that uses this coin is more or less keeping it afloat. I decided that it was not for me.

Feathercoin (FTC) is the next one I researched. For whatever reason, I haven’t been able to find a lot of information on this coin. The information I did find was out of date and there hasn’t seemed to be much updated information. I decided to buy in anyways and bought 3000 coins at $0.0267. I held onto this for a few days and saw that there wasn’t much movement at all compared to some of the other coins. I decided to sell out yesterday at $0.0303 for a whole profit of $10.

I’ve been hearing a lot about Ripple (XRP) over the last month.  I looked at some of the charts but did not do much research other than that. I bought 750 coins and I’m up 4% right now. I’m looking to get a 50% return on this then flip it for something else.

I’m really enjoying this but have a lot to learn. I stumbled across some schooling that deals directly with investing in cryptocurrencies. I tried to sign up for their summer semester but it is already sold out. I’m on the waiting list for the fall session. Until then I will learn as I go, soaking as much information as I can from the interwebs.

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