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Mainstream advertisement: Invest in Bitcoin now

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Now is the time to invest in Bitcoin. Readers of Financial Times had a chance to see a big advertisement.

It’s a great step in the right direction of adoption and showing people there is nothing to fear.

Galaxy Digital

Readers of the Financial Times had the opportunity to see a large, full-page advertisement in the newspaper about investing in Bitcoin from Galaxy Digital.

Galaxy Digital is a commercial bank based on cryptocurrencies. It is led by bitcoin bull Michael Novogratz. The bank has offices around the world, such as in San Francisco, London, Tokyo and other cities.

You can’t miss the URL of Galaxy Fund Management in the ad. It’s the cryptocurrency division of Galaxy Digital

A step forward

Advertising in such a large international financial magazine is another step forward in the adoption of cryptocurrencies. It can reach many people and adds credibility because of the magazine’s prestige. The ad also says that in uncertain times, Bitcoin is independent. Which is true. In times of crisis, Bitcoin and other digital currencies have proved their worth.

Scammers are not behind

It should also be remembered that not all advertisements for cryptocurrency investments lead to real investments. You still need to be careful and look for information about the investment instruments you would like to invest in. New and new scams are emerging daily to get money out of people.

Scammers usually use the names of celebrities to put in fake ads. People who click on the ad will find that the celebrity has made a lot of money in a very short time, and those who are not careful or careless will fill in their bank account or credit card details.

Conclusion

Investing in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies is a good solution if you are looking for other ways how to diversify your portolio. However, always remember the golden rule – invest only as much as you can afford to lose.

Source: cryptoglobe.com

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