I have joined a new project called Swan Bitcoin as an advisor.
Swan Bitcoin is a great new project, that allows everyone to buy Bitcoin through dollar cost averaging. Bitcoin is extremely volatile when it comes to the value
What is Dollar-Cost Averaging?
Dollar-cost averaging is an investment strategy in which an investor divides up the total amount they want to invest across periodic purchases of a target asset in an effort to reduce the impact of volatility on the overall purchase. The purchases occur regardless of the asset's price and at regular intervals; in effect, this removes much of the detailed work of attempting to time the market in order to make purchases of equities at the best prices.
Swan Bitcoin allows you to but as little as $5 every week, every other week, or whenever you want.
I believe in this project or I would not be involved so take a look at Swan Bitcoin and see what you think.
If you know me at all, then you know that I have become pretty involved with Bitcoin and the Bitcoin Community.
One of the issues that Bitcoin needs to overcome is to make it easier for people to buy, sell, and give friends Bitcoin.
People have been giving money to friends and family as gifts for many many years.
I remember when I was a kid my grandmother would give me a one dollar bill every Christmas. That sure did seem like a lot of money back then, not too much now.
Today many young people want to own Bitcoin and would love for their parents or grandparents to give them some Bitcoin as a gift.
The problem is that their parents and grandparents may not know where to buy Bitcoin, much less how to give it as a gift.
That is where GiveBitcoin.io steps in. The website is designed to make it so easy that a person who knows nothing about Bitcoin could give Bitcoin to another person who knows nothing about Bitcoin. In other words it is pretty easy to use.
I love the concept so much I joined as an advisor and even own a small piece of the company.
I recommend you check it out today at https://GiveBitcoin.io and see what you think.
Maybe it is time for you to give someone Bitcoin as a gift?