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What is the Accredited Investor Scam?


Did you know governments prevent ordinary people like you from investing your money in opportunities that are not registered with the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission)? They say it’s for your own good, that you’re not wise enough to invest without being taken advantage of.


So unless you are an accredited investor with a net worth of $100 million you must be protected from making your own decisions and choices. The government “protects” individuals by making it impossible for them to access early-stage investment opportunities… Crazy, right? How does that make you feel?


What’s more, they are perfectly content with you going to Vegas and risking all of your money through betting. There are no regulations to prevent this, but investing in a startup is “too risky.” But, why do they do this?


Well, if you ask us. It means that big institutions can take the cream off the top for themselves while everyone else gets the leftovers. The system is designed so that ordinary investors never see these opportunities.


Only when these assets have already risen significantly and institutions have already taken the best gains, are they listed on the New York exchange or the NASDAQ. What if there was an alternative? What if you could invest in the likes of Apple, Tesla, Amazon at their inception? How much would you be up by if you got in early?


That’s where Crypto comes in.


The future of money

The beauty of crypto is that it allows anyone to be an investor in the future of money. This is the first time ever that average investors get to front-run big institutions. It’s always been the other way around. With crypto, there are no fees, no middlemen, and power is truly distributed. This is a system that doesn’t work against ordinary people but for them for once.


Disclaimer: THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL NOR INVESTMENT ADVICE. Only you are responsible for any capital-related decisions you make, and only you are accountable for the results.

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