Bitcoin Wealth Alliance Review Chris Dunn

Created by Chris Dunn, Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is a product that teaches users about bitcoin and how to use the currency to generate a profit.

What is the product?

Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is a training program that introduces users to bitcoin and how to make money from it. Chris Dunn basically says that this can be done in two ways. The first is sitting back and waiting for your stash to increase in value (something that he claims is a dead cert) or to alternatively trade speculatively. This is what much of the information for Bitcoin Wealth Alliance concerns itself with. Chris Dunn claims that Bitcoin Wealth Alliance will show users how to obtain and store bitcoins and ultimately, show his own private method of trading. This is shown through a single (and extraordinarily easily doctored) screenshot highlighting trades at peaks and troughs. This is rather worrying for me and makes me wonder just how much substance Bitcoin Wealth Alliance has to it.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

Whilst Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is marketed at a cost of $47, there is a discounted rate available at $37 for a limited time. There is a 60 day money back guarantee in place Bitcoin Wealth Alliance as it is sold through ClickBank. In terms of income, Chris Dunn says that by using what Bitcoin Wealth Alliance shows you, you can expect to turn a $100 investment into $5,000.

Does the product provide value for money?

I don’t believe that Bitcoin Wealth Alliance does provide value for money for reasons I shall explore below.

Conclusion

Whilst there was a point where bitcoin was a guaranteed money maker and the values skyrocketed, the fact is that it is now somewhat more volatile. The claims that you can profit just by sitting on a horde of bitcoin just doesn’t sit true anymore. Nowadays bitcoin is up and down at the same rate as any commodity that you would trade and that means that it has to be viewed in the same light realistically. The difference is however that bitcoins are only worth what the market will pay. This is something that Bitcoin Wealth Alliance doesn’t ever discuss in its presentation and whilst a year ago, bitcoin was promising it now appears to have fallen somewhat into obscurity and this is mostly down to the fact that the value that it once held has fallen away.

 
 

 

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