The saying goes like this, and its the same in Monaco or any where in the world. With any investment there is risk involved, Bitcoin investment is no different. But, as an expert in the Bitcoin field, I will be helping you to minimize that risk. So perhaps take this lecture on as a disclaimer, saying that the value of Bitcoin will rise and fall, but as I’ve mentioned I’ll be showing you how to ensure you remain protected.
It’s hard to deny that there are indeed security issues with bitcoin in Monaco. However, a recurring theme is the fact that these security breaches and issues have less to do with the protocol itself, and a lot more to do with the people and services handling and storing these bitcoins - until now Thing is though, this doesn’t mean that you should blindly jump into Bitcoin investing. Aside from the high price of entry, a string of events over the past year have shown that while the Bitcoin protocol itself may be secure, the wallets and services used to store and exchange Bitcoin may not. Mt. Gox filed for bankruptcy and was subject to a class-action lawsuit in the United States. It is expected to award $91 million in compensation to thousands of claims made against it, which is far below the amount claimed by investors, reports ZDNet. Some users believe this page lists the illegal transactions that's crippled Bitstamp, since they're worth 18,868 BTC in all made over the weekend. But we still don't know what exactly went down, especially since no group of hackers has stepped forward to claim the security breach. Seeing as authorities still don't have a clear picture of the Mt. Gox fiasco in 2014, we might have wait a long while before we find out what happened to Bitstamp.
Mt. Gox blamed it's hacking on a security issue called transaction malleability. But Japanese prosecutors charged CEO Mark Karpeles in September 2015 with embezzlement for allegedly transferring some funds from the exchange into accounts he controlled. It remains unknown who stole the majority of the bitcoins, and Mt. Gox is still in liquidation proceedings. “We are investigating the breach to determine what happened, but we know that some of our users have had their bitcoins stolen,” writes Bitfinex, the largest US dollar trading exchange in the world, after it too was hacked. “We will look at various options to address customer losses later in the investigation,” is all that Bitfinex has said so far to reassure investors who were hacked. Bitcoin Investing What we are suggesting is an investment company called Regal Assets who have offices in the Almas tower in the Dubai DMCC zone. They began their business in the United States and rapidly became the most successful company helping investors buy gold with their retirement funds. Now they have branched out globally and have licenses from the UAE government to not only sell and store bullion and precious metals for customers, but also Bitcoin and Crypto-currencies. Check the video and follow the links or banners to find out more about how they have the best level of security to protect the investments their customers make. There is NOBODY ELSE who has processes so good that they can provide 100% insurance against loss with Lloyd's of London. With their fully licensed ability to manage both precious metal AND crypto investments, they provide not only world class security for Monaco Bitcoin Investments, but the ability to move money between investments types when needed by a customer. It has become very normal for profits made from buying Bitcoin are reinvested back into less risky gold buy clever investors in Monaco. Should the "Bitcoin bubble" ever burst, customers can take money out of Bitcoin, and watch as gold then goes up. There are so many ways investors are exposed if they are not with Regal Assets.