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Our bet is that the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem could soar 10 times from here.
Bitcoin’s use is set to explode… and it could make you a fortune.
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A “secret” currency market has been born.
He took $25,000 and bought 25,000 bitcoins at $1. At the peak of the market, those coins were worth $30 million.
Just $100 invested in bitcoin when it was trading at one penny is worth $7.5 million today.
It could soon be a critical tool in your international diversification toolkit.. and it could also make you a fortune.
It could soon be a critical tool in your international diversification toolkit… and it could also make you a fortune.
You don’t necessarily need to leave your home country to achieve international diversification. You can do a lot of things from your living room.
A tax haven with an almost squeaky clean reputation, Bermuda plays a pivotal role in tax planning.
An often overlooked ingredient of international diversification is spreading your digital presence across multiple friendly jurisdictions. This will help you secure your privacy and ensure that no government can pull the plug on your digital life.
When you look at everything that Estonia offers—a reputable EU jurisdiction that uses the euro; the most competitive tax system in the OECD; a business-friendly and tech-savvy atmosphere that opens its doors to productive foreigners—planting an offshore flag there can make a lot of sense.
Can you protect your digital data from the ever-encroaching government?
When properly executed, an international email service can be a reasonable bulwark against those that would invade your privacy. It all depends on proper implementation and execution, however.
A court ruling involving Microsoft’s offshore data storage offers an instructive lesson on the long reach of the US government—and what you can do to mitigate this political risk.
Offshore cloud storage can help you to diversify your digital assets.
Web hosting is a key aspect of any global business today. Hosting in the right location can be just as important as choosing an offshore jurisdiction for incorporation or banking.
The Turkish government responded to the leaking of its senior officials plotting a false flag operation in Syria by throwing a childish fit, futilely trying to block YouTube and Twitter. Here’s how you can ensure that no government can pull the plug on your digital life.
You can obtain political diversification benefits for yourself and your business by spreading your digital presence across multiple friendly jurisdictions. One of the most important parts of doing that is internationalizing your website’s server.
By internationalizing domains, services, and all other digital footprints, businesses and private citizens can better protect themselves from unreasonable searches and seizures.
Real world privacy is perhaps more valuable today than ever before.
In light of sweeping revelations about the email, telephone, and internet surveillance activities of the NSA, it’s time to take a look at FATCA’s implications for personal electronic privacy and the growing power of the US intelligence agencies’ global surveillance state.
Thanks to Edward Snowden, we now know that the US has traveled much further down the road of becoming a complete Orwellian surveillance state than even many had initially feared.
Keeping your digital presence under the jurisdiction of only one unfriendly country, such as the US, is not prudent strategy.
In the same manner in which you can offshore your business incorporation or your financial accounts, you can also internationalize your domain names. And it’s easy.
Paul shows us how Bitcoin can be useful for the International Man and offers a guide on how to use them in the most anonymous way possible.
An often overlooked ingredient of internationalization is spreading your digital presence across multiple friendly jurisdictions and out of intrusive ones – like the United States.
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