Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Bitcoin and Bitvice

Common Questions asked of the BitVice team. Get Your First Bitcoin Using Bitvice's Services
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If you don’t want to buy your bitcoin on exchange like most people do AND you want to buy a minimum of R20,000, then pay attention to the video above and what’s written below because this is a super easy way to buy and secure your Bitcoin to secure your wealth.

Because I spend my time looking for ways to earn more bitcoin, I recently became an adviser on BitVice, which helps people to buy and self-custody Bitcoin in their own wallets without going through an exchange to buy the coin and expose yourself to exchange risk.

So I decided to check them out some more and came across this video they uploaded to their YouTube channel.

Here they outline 8 of the most common questions and answers to help you understand Bitvice’s offering and Bitcoin’s value proposition.

Bitcoin to one’s portfolio at certain allocations, over a 3-year period could have equaled an increase in return:

J200: 99% BTC: 1% Increase in return of 19.5%

J200: 90% BTC: 10% Increase in return of 72.2%

J200: 80% BTC: 20% Increase in return of 130.9%

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