The Blockchain technology is already revolutionizing the world and how it works.  It brings with it some very exciting features and some very scary features.  It has proven it's power in that money can be sent and received more rapidly than on the traditional platform that banks and credit card companies use.  For most that is the exciting part, but for the banks and credit cards that is the scary part because they are not in control of how the system works.
Blockchain technology is going to be working in many areas of our world very soon.  It has possibilities in Human resources, industrial, social, marketing, transportation, and the list goes on.  It has brought about the DAC or DAO, which stand for Decentralized Autonomous Corporation or Decentralized Autonomous Organization.

Here's what David Morris has to say about how the blockchain and crypto-currency will change everything.



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Bitcoins, How & Where To Buy

How & Where To Buy Bitcoins


Buying Bitcoins can be quite a confusing process if you are new to the digital currency. This guide was created to give you a very simple process to help purchase your first Bitcoin safely and without too much headache.

Even though many people are becoming familiar with the name Bitcoin and the concept of crypto currency, few still understand how to buy Bitcoins safely or even how to use them. Up until recently, it has been quite hard to purchase Bitcoins with standard payment methods we are so used to such as; credit & debit cards or a Paypal account. But as new technologies and companies emerge, the process of getting your hands on your first coin has become more simple.

Over time, more and more people are coming to the realization that crypto-currency may be a legitimate choice of currency in the future. Some are buying it to begin using it, while many others are still looking at Bitcoin purely as an investment opportunity since the currency trading market has witnessed such dramatic highs and lows in the USD/BTC price. At it’s peak, a single Bitcoin was worth just over $1200.

What ever your reason for wanting to purchase Bitcoins, let this article and our research serve as your safe guide to getting into Bitcoin.

Step 1. Obtaining A Bitcoin Wallet

The first step to purchasing Bitcoins is getting a wallet for you to store your new Bitcoins in. Your wallet will serve just like your own bank account. The Bitcoin wallet will enable you to hold your Bitcoins securely as well as allow you to receive and send Bitcoins to and from others.

Getting a wallet is extremely simple as most Bitcoin wallet providers will only require you to provide your email address. Obtaining such a wallet will take just a minute or two, and you’ll be ready to safely purchase and store Bitcoins. is a industry pioneer in providing secure wallets with many rich features. As a beginner, this is a great place to get your first free wallet.

This wallet can be software on your computer hard drive or even a web-based service. Both have their own vulnerabilities. If stored locally on your computer, it is important to make sure that you back up the wallet regularly. This will position you on the safe side in case your hard drive becomes corrupted. Almost all web-based wallets employ a high degree of security against hacking. In case a theft from your wallet occurs due to a password or security lapse on your part, you will not have any guaranteed way in which you can recover the funds.

Once you have a wallet, you can safely move to the next step of buying your first Bitcoin. Now comes the choice of where to buy and for that you have 3 main choices.

Step 2. Purchase Your Bitcoins From An Exchange, A Person or a Bitcoin ATM.

Crypto currency exchanges offer a way in which one can buy and also sell Bitcoins.

You should bear it in mind that these exchanges and wallets are not regulated the way banks are. Ultimately, you’ll have no insurance for your account and this will be an issue in case of any hacking and robbing. Although several larger exchanges have undertaken many security measures to ensure your Bitcoin safety, and even to replace customer funds in the event of theft.

First, you will have to register, providing some proof of residency and identity. This can become an intimidating process for many, as some places may ask for personal information and copies of your drivers license, passport, email or phone number. However these are protective measures to ensure your safety as well as make sure that you will not perform illegal purchasing activities, since your identity can be traced back to your purchases.

Once you are confirmed, you will then be required to set up a payment method with the details provided at the exchange. Some exchanges will allow you to make deposits in person to their bank account via a human teller. Other exchanges will offer various payment options that are more common such as credit or debit cards as well. Any transfer of funds done online, will require different forms of verification documents depending on the exchange. Also you may incur transfer fees depending on your funding source, when moving funds into your new exchange account. However, all fees are clearly stated at the time of purchase. At this point, you can fund your account, enabling you to purchase some Bitcoins.

Bitcoin exchanges would be the best approach to take if you wish to engage in regular Bitcoin trading and speculation. However, the best exchange option will depend on your specific location.

Below is some of the most respected exhanges from which you can obtain your first Bitcoins.


Over-The-Counter (OTC)/ Face-to-face Trades in Person

This is the easiest option, especially if you live in a big city and prefer being anonymous. This also helps avoid many bank hassles, document verifications and fees. There are numerous ways through which you can arrange a face-to-face trade with a local seller. There are several sites or rather, P2P marketplaces on the Internet that work to arrange such meet-ups and allow for negotiations on the prices. Such platforms will match individuals who wish to trade Bitcoins. is one of the top market places in which you can find people willing to buy or sell bitcoins in person.

If you decide to adopt this approach, it would be best to meet in a busy public place and take all necessary precautions you would take when carrying large amounts of cash. Also keep in mind that you should be able to have access to your wallet when meeting face-to-face. It would also be much wise to check whether such trades are legally allowed in your local area.

You may be prompted to pay a certain premium of around 5-10% on top of the exchange price, depending on the seller. This is essentially done for all privacy and convenience needs. A reputable trader is one who will negotiate the price before the meeting.

Bitcoin ATMs

Bitcoin ATMs are growing drastically in number despite being a relatively new concept. This is similar to the face-to-face trade, with the only difference being that you are interacting with a machine. In such ATMS, you are required to insert your cash before the Bitcoins are loaded into your wallet. They might require you to scan your mobile-wallet QR code or issue you a paper receipt having codes necessary to load Bitcoins onto your wallet. The exchange rates in this case vary widely, and may be between 3%-8% on top of the standard exchange price. Some machine models will allow you to send Bitcoins and withdraw cash.

In conclusion…

As a newcomer, you’ll find that buying Bitcoins does not have to be as complicated as you first may have imagined. The number of safe, viable payment options is increasing with time. There are also plenty of incentives for creative entrepreneurs to invent convenient options. You can expect a lot of developments to be witnessed in the Bitcoin industry within just a short span of time.

The good thing about Bitcoin is that it is truly the future. It will easily subvert bank monopolies, cross borders and governments at the blink of an eye. A new era of trade, business growth and prosperity are set to be with us. It will be to your advantage if you are involved in this amazing life-changing phenomenon.

And now a new kid on the block. A new ICO (Initial Coin Offering), MyCryptoCoin (MCC) by It is in the final stages before release. Your opportunity is ending on December 31, 2016 so there is not much time left.

If you want in on the action attend these informative webinars conducted by There are more than one every day during the last week of December 2016. Right now they are scheduled at 10:00 AM 2:00 PM and 6:00 PM and that is U.S. A. Mountain Time. You will be able to log-in at this URL:

Dennis Roeder
Skype: daroeder



Google’s Year in Review – in terms of search

I don't think it is healthy to dwell on the past and spend time lost in nostalgia, but it is good at the start of a new year to reflect on the passing year, and determine to make sure that the coming year will be much better in terms of every measure that can be used.  In that spirit, I encourage everyone to do their best to make 2017 their best year ever, in whatever terms you feel are important to you.

Here is a Google review of 2016 in terms of search that may inspire you to do your best in 2017.

Year in Search 2016 – from Google

Have a fantastic New Year!  Celebrate wisely!

John Lombaerde – VP-NJ for Markethive



The Rise of CryptoCurrency

MyCryptoCoin  MCC

The world is changing. FAST

Worldwide, we are becoming more and more interdependent
on each other everyday.

Anyone who is informed about cryptocurrency knows that
it is the future of world commerce.

Although many cryptocurrencies exist already, all but a handful
of coins are merely bitcoin copies which have deficiencies with
respect to transaction speed necessary for use in daily commerce.

Those inside the cryptocoin scene know, when the copycat
coins have come and gone, that there will be a handful of
coins remaining that will provide everyday use cryptocurrency
to the entire world.

They are, bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), NXT, 
and the soon to launch MyCryptoCoin (MCC).

Thankfully, during growth our members have enjoyed
enormous gains every step of the way.

Of these top few, MCC is the coin designed for mass distribution
and usage due to its “heavy load” blockchain technology that
improves its lightning speed performance with each new user.

This separates MCC from the rest, making it a perfect fit for 
everyday transactions.

MCC features a Universal wallet which allows for worldwide
bridge payments and transactions using any type of currency
including fiat paper money, electronic payment systems, and

Advanced capabilities in smart contracts, micro-services, and
decentralized applications are a few of the amazing possibilities
interwoven within the MCC core technologies.

Take the first step now by registering your interest at

Then remember to come to our webinar @ 1400Hr hrs MT on Monday 26th December (Use enter Denver as location 1 and your own location to check your local time)

Join our live Webinars Every DayFor times and Webinar logins on go to the Markethive calendar:

Direct access to our webinar room is at: https://www.TheHiveRoom

David Ogden
Owner @ My CryptoWorld



Characteristics of Money-Does Digital Currency Have Them?

  Money, according to Wikipedia is any item or verifiable record that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a particular country or socio-economic context, or is easily converted to such a form.  

So if that is true, then MONEY needs to have some undeniable characteristics.  Typically there have been five of them through the centuries for any money to last any length of time. Scarcity, Recognizeability, Divisibility, Fungibility, and Portability are the original five, but there have been some more added over time and by necessity,  that will be mentioned further in the blog.

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Scarcity is one that has to be in place for money to work properly in any economy.  If it wasn't there would be no value to it and it would not be trusted as payment for goods and services.

  Recognizeability is another major factor in what money must be.  Whether it is paper, or coins, or cacao beans, it must be recognizable by the accepting party to trust it as payment.

  Money must have Divisibility be into smaller units, but still equaling the same value when the smaller parts are together in the same payment.  The decimal system has made this very simple with the money we know today.

  The next characteristic has to be present, almost more so than the others, for money to work as it is intended.  Fungibility is the property of a good or a commodity whose individual units are capable of mutual substitution.  So basically it has to look the same across the board according to the denomination.  It's kind of hard to tell now what the different money is and what it looks like anymore because governments are constantly changing the printing or design of it.

Portability is the last of the original 5 but still very important.  Money must be easy to carry around with you.  Would a 55 gallon drum of oil or a 100 dollar bill be easier to carry? Yeah, no brainer right?

Durability has come into play as a factor for any money to valuable in the different economies of the world.  For instance, coins had to be able to withstand time and wear.  But then over time the power that money extended to governments and rulers, made quality of that durable money became an enormous factor in its value and if it could be trusted. 

Today digital currency has brought with it some more characteristics that need to be in place.  Security being of great importance, there has to be a very secure way to transfer digitally from one party to the other.

Stability is the outcome, or benefit of a secure system that delivers digitally around the world through the technology of a block-chain that is decentralized and independent of control be any governing body.

We are about to to be a part, NO, WE ARE ALREADY IN one of the biggest disruptions of all world currencies the planet has ever seen.  The Roman Empire experienced it and is no more because of it.

Currency is the language that allows for the expression of transactional value between two parties.  So, in the digital age we are in, the coming of digital currency was always inevitable.  Thanks to Satoshi Nakamoto, known for inventing bitcoin, implementing the first block-chain, and deploying the first decentralized digital currency, it is becoming a reality.  Learn more here.


Patrick Tate

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As Bitcoin Price Surges, Phishing Attacks on Cryptocurrency Wallets Intensify

As Bitcoin Price Surges,
Phishing Attacks on Cryptocurrency Wallets Intensify

Today's Bitcoin to US Dollar exchange rate has reached $902, the first time Bitcoin price has gone above the $900 mark since January 2014, almost three years ago. Nobody knows what's driving this sudden surge of Bitcoin popularity, but cyber-criminals won't bother looking into macroeconomic factors when deciding that the market is ripe and ready for the taking again.

Bitcoin price surge reverberates through cybercriminal landscape

Over the past couple of months, as the Bitcoin price was slowly coming out of the $200-$400 price range where it spent almost two years, cyber-criminals took notice.

The first to do so were ransomware authors, who had to cut down the ransom demands they asked from victims. They had to do this because a ransom of 2 Bitcoin that once meant $400, all of sudden became $1,200, or more, a sum that very few users could afford to pay.

But ransomware victims are occasional Bitcoin users. A more lucrative operation is the phishing market sector, where crooks have yet again turned their full attention to Bitcoin wallet services.

The culprits behind these phishing pages targeting Bitcoin users are your regular career phishers. The Cisco OpenDNS team has tracked the operators of some of these Bitcoin phishing sites to numerous other phishing domains, used for collecting credentials for other services, such as Google, Dropbox, Apple, Amazon, and others.

What Any Cryptocurrency Needs to Achieve Mass Adoption

    5 Things Any Cryptocurrency Needs to Achieve Mass Adoption

Bitcoin, the giant in the world of cryptocurrency, continues to defy all expectations of an early demise and rises higher and higher in value and use. Its adoption as everyday money, however, remains negligent among the common people, almost eight years after the digital currency first emerged.

While the title of “ the first cryptocurrency” is no longer up for grabs, the title of “digital cash” still remains unclaimed, ready to be seized by another up-and-coming digital money. In order to become the common medium of exchange for large swaths of the world, a cryptocurrency first needs to fulfill a few crucial requirements.

Easy and inexpensive transactions

Forget about cryptocurrency for a second. Right now, regular people use either cash or card for day-to-day transactions.

Cash has no transaction costs but requires you to be physically present and have adequate change, and card transactions are relatively instant, though final confirmations often happen the next day, although fees are relatively high it is enough to disincentivize very small transactions. Any cryptocurrency wanting to make inroads with the common people has to beat this by having faster and cheaper transactions.

Bitcoin already offers this advantage, though the margin by which it does is growing slimmer by the day, and even now it may not be enough to entice the public to abandon traditional financial means. Any cash or card replacement has to be better by a large enough margin to warrant a change.

The same goes for fees. Cash has no fees. Other money transfer tools, like cards and bank accounts, are able to charge a fee because they are able to function across great distances with greater efficiency. Cryptocurrency has those same advantages over cash, and as such can be expected to have an associated transaction fee. However, that fee must be significantly lower in order to entice your average consumer away from banking systems. Large companies can afford to make major payment changes in order to save a few cents per transaction because of scale, but regular people cannot.

Improvements to Bitcoin’s basic model

Bitcoin retains an enormous lead in adoption ahead of other cryptocurrencies. Compared to traditional financial systems, Bitcoin provides enough benefits and improvements to warrant a switch. If a currency wants to beat Bitcoin as the new money, it has to be objectively better. Faster or more inexpensive transactions, more anonymity, a better governance structure, and other features are needed to set another coin apart to justify its use and adoption. If a cryptocurrency does similar things as Bitcoin in the exact same way, its chances of taking over as the digital money of the future will be extremely slim.

A streamlined Bitcoin substitution mechanism

Right now, Bitcoin maintains a massive lead in adoption over every other cryptocurrency. That lead was earned on the promise and hype, not of Bitcoin alone, but of cryptocurrency and of the Blockchain technology itself.

Attempting to best the great front-runner of digital currency from scratch, and without a truly staggering level of difference between the two, simply won’t happen. The only way to compete with Bitcoin, as previously mentioned, is to provide at least as much utility, and a large chunk of Bitcoin’s utility is its adoption lead. What another cryptocurrency needs, then, is an easy and efficient way to be used in Bitcoin’s place such as an automatic exchange built into the wallet.

An easy fiat currency conversion system

Like it or not, the world still currently runs on government-issued fiat currency. Living entirely off of cryptocurrency, without any method of conversion into fiat, it is extremely difficult at the present time, and not a viable option for most people. The average person will need an easy way to buy and offload a cryptocurrency for it to be a practical option for them. Most cryptocurrencies are only easily accessible through first acquiring Bitcoin. In order to become dominant and widely accessible, that crippling reliance on Bitcoin needs to end.

An aggressive adoption campaign targeted at the common people

Finally, in order to entice the world at large, the digital currency needs to presented in a way that resonates with most people. While some technical users will care about hash rates, cryptographic keys, smart contracts, and ring signatures, the common folk will not. They need to be reached with the language of cheaper fees, faster access to funds, more security, less paperwork, etc. The only way anyone will know why cryptocurrency makes sense for them is for someone to tell them why. In order to achieve that, a successful marketing campaign is needed.

The cryptocurrency world, while new, is wildly diverse. However, in terms of a tool for everyday use in financial transactions, Bitcoin has almost exclusive reign. In order to dethrone the king of digital cash, any competitor has to bring their A-game.

David Ogden



Make Money with Cryptocurrency

The past few day has seen bitcoin reaching towards the $1,000 per coin level after more than doubling its value this year. People in the know have been transfering some of their saving into Cryptocurrency to ride the wave. Citizen in the like of India, Venezuela, Brazil, Nigeria have started to purchase coins to protect themselves from losing their savings as government play around with fiat currencies declaring some notes as no longer legal tender. The Philippine government is thinking about its need to license exchanges in its country where many overseas workers  use bitcoin so send money to their families, rather than expensive bank transactions. Banks are starting to get concerned and are starting to look at blockains,. the software technology  behind Cryptocurrency to protect their business.

Now the question is  if you have money in you bank, is now the time to buy bitcoin. $1,000 is a barrier which may take a month or or more to breach with bitcoin trading at $847-915. In the longer term the coin is expected to rise.  The problem is that Bitcoin is not perfect and will not become a mainstream product until it resolves its latency issues, because commerce  in this fast moving world and cannot afford to wait minutes or hours for transaction to be completed. Time is Money.

One short/ long term option is to place your savings into another coin which is running a crowd funding campaign and ICO for mycryptocoin (you can see a white paper here) This coin has not only resolved the latency issue but will revolutionise the way customers wallets work. The tokens are valued at $0.1 but on first day of trading coins will trade at $1.0. If you put your money into the crowdfunding project the gains will be enormous however due to the fact the project closes at the end of the month you need to take action  now to complete the purchase of tokens.

Take the first step now by registering your interest at

Then remember to come to our webinar @ 1200Hr hrs MT on Friday 23rd December (Use enter Denver as location 1 and your own location to check your local time)

Join our live Webinars Every DayFor times and Webinar logins on go to the Markethive calendar:

Direct access to our webinar room is at: https://www.TheHiveRoom

David Ogden
Owner @ My CryptoWorld




Will Latency Slow Bitcoins Rise?


Will Latency Slow Bitcoin Rise

Yes bitcoin has doubled in value over the past year, however as more people turn to bitcoin then more miners are required to ensure transactions are completed quickly. China has a large share in mining pools, however in the past months some pf them have been shutdown for stealing electricity to power the computers required to solve the mathmatics which builds blocks in the blockchain. the longer it takes to produce blocks the slower the transaction becomes.

There has been talk of fork to update the blockchain but there is no consences for this. Implimentation might also prove challenging due to its widespread distribution which perversly adds to it security.

Waiting in the wings is a new coin Mycryptocoin (MCC), which brings together the best of bitcoin and ether, but using Proof Of Stake(POS) to replace mining as all coins will be allocated at launch. Smart contract and application csn be run on the blockchain. Owners walletscan hold MCC and these can be brought and sold within the wallets with links to all other ccyptocurrencies, banck accounts, cards and other payments sytems such as paypal. Truely a one stop wallet complete with its own Visa card.

Are you interested to join a brave new world, if so you are just in time to join an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) cloud funding project which is about to close.

MyCryptoWorld, has a lucrative offer at the moment which is going to be explained TODAY


Take the first step now by registering your interest at

Then remember to come to our webinar @ 1000 and 1300Hr hrs MT on Thursday 22rd December (Use enter Denver as location 1 and your own location to check your local time)

Join our live Webinars Every DayFor times and Webinar logins on go to the Markethive calendar:

Direct access to our webinar room is at: https://www.TheHiveRoom

David Ogden
Owner @ My CryptoWorld



Bitcoin Investing A Smart Long Term Move

Bitcoin Investing, A Smart Long Term Move


We're going to talk about Investing in bitcoin, and if it’s a smart play or not. There’s a few factors at play other than the price of bitcoin that you should be aware of before making your decision. We’ll also cover a few ways to invest in the digital currency.

Bitcoin has been one of the most amazing currencies to watch in the history of mankind.

First of all, the value of Bitcoin is only as strong as the trust that the Bitcoin community places in it, which means it holds an intrinsic value and not a real value such as gold, silver or land. Those commodities will always hold value, and can be traded no matter what happens in the world. If someone were to pull the plug on our power grid, bitcoin would literally become absolutely worthless in an instant. So would paper currencies however, so their existence has actually provided precedence for the creation of the new digital currency.

So while the faith we maintain as a society in our technological advancement grows, it also paves the way for this new phenomenon of Bitcoins and all other alt-coins.

The value of a single bitcoin rose quickly in 2013 to a record $1200 per bitcoin. This was mainly due to a large number of quick profit opportunists jumping on the new gold rush. It’s value has since fallen to less than half of it’s high, while the world still tries to figure out what exactly is bitcoin, and how it will become useful to the general public.

However the speed at which the currency is being adopted by huge corporations is staggering. Some of the compaines accepting bitcoin include:

  • Amazon
  • Subway
  • Victorias Secret
  • Fiverr
  • Zappos
  • Tesla Motors
  • Home Depot
  • Sears
  • Kmart
  • Expedia

This coin is simply not going away anytime soon. The true value of the coin is still yet to be seen. Until the entire world understands how the coin works, and what it really is useful for, we won’t know what a bitcoin will be worth in a stable manner.

Should You Invest In Bitcoin?

That’s a decision you’ll have to make on your own, but what you should consider are the fact that Bitcoin still remains one of the most watched and speculated currencies of all time. Here are a few very interesting facts regarding bitcoin, and something to think about when pondering if this coin will rise to astrnomic heights, or shrivel and fade away.

It’s had it’s fair share major setbacks such as the Silk Road scandal, Mt Gox collapsing, which was one of the worlds biggest Bitcoin Exchanges, and a host of other problems. Yet it remains a new method of payment solution for a quickly growing number of large companies around the world. There are only so many Bitcoins available in the world. We cannot create more bitcoins, like we do with money, which only serves to deflate the actual value of paper currencies. Once all the Bitcoins are released into the systems, they will actually go UP in value do to supply and demand. If bitcoin is adopted on a mass scale, it’s value WILL in fact go up. Just how much no one knows. Bitcoins work as a payment solution like Paypal, Payza or those types of sites. It eliminates the need for the typical banking transaction fees associated with large volume transfers of money. With Bitcoin, any two parties can do business without borders, and without fees. The general public still doesn’t understand this fact. Bitcoin is now processing more transactions than Paypal, and is less than 1/10th of it’s age.

Deciding on whether to invest in Bitcoins or not, should not be based on it’s USD-Bitcoin pricing valuation at the moment. That number is no where near it’s real mark.

Research Bitcoin, what it is used for, what it would do for society, and if you believe it’s going to be adopted, then invest in it. Never purchase what you cannot afford to lose, and don’t take more risk than you are comfortable with.

Decide how you want to invest in bitcoin as there are many ways to acquire it. You can buy and sell bitcoin, and ride it’s price value. Many currency traders use Bitcoin Bots to handle their trades for them automatically. You can buy a select amount of coins, and hold onto them. You can try your hand at mining bitcoins and generate them that way.

No matter what you do, Bitcoin is sure a fun and interesting thing to watch!

There is still a few more days left to participate in a new and upcoming entity in the cryptocurrency world. That is the ICO (Initial Coin Offering) of MyCryptoWorld. This offering for MyCryptoCoin will end on December 31, 2016. If you hurry you can still get in. For more information go here.

Dennis Roeder
Skype: daroeder



Time is running out to complete MYCryptoWorld ICO

Time is running out to complete MYCryptoWorld ICO

MyCryptoWorld is a crowdfunding venture, behind the ICO launch, which closes on the 31st December and the billion mycryptocoins will be fully allocated in January to people holding it tokens.

The ICO has to be paid in bitcoins which may require payment by wire or international transfers which can take a number of days, on top of that you may need a wallet or wish to to use a cryptocurrency exchange to purchase bitcoins a the best price.

If you are interested in the ICO you need to take action now

Living in the UK or Europe I would open an account with Kraken.

For the USA I recommend Gemini

Both of these will take 1-3 days to verify your email, phone,ID and where you live needing for example passport,driving licence, Social security no (USA) and a recent utility bill or bank statement (kraken).

Exchanges only accept payment by wire so this again can delay you by up to 3 days before you can purchase bitcoins.

One alternative is to open up a blockchain wallet which takes a day to become verified after which you can purchase up to £200 of bitcoins a day via credit card instanltly or large amount via wire transfer requiring 3-4 working days.

The value of Bitcoin is on the rise so even if you miss the ICO deadline you will have a cryptocurrency which you can iether use or sell later at a profit.

Are you interested to join a brave new world, if so you are just in time to join an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) cloud funding project which is about to close.

MyCryptoWorld, has a lucrative offer at the moment which is going to be explained TODAY


Take the first step now by registering your interest at

Then remember to come to our webinar @ 1000 and 1300Hr hrs MT on wednesday 21th December (Use enter Denver as location 1 and your own location to check your local time)

Join our live Webinars everyday days: For times and Webinar logins on go to the Markethive calendar:

Direct access to our webinar room is at: https://www.TheHiveRoom

David Ogden
Owner @ My CryptoWorld