The cryptocurrency space is on fire and everyone is looking to get a piece, but sifting through the madness can be a challenge.
Cryptocurrencies have officially returned to a full-blown-frenzy.
Everyone is trying to get a piece of the crypto-pie. Corporate coins, government coins, and even commodity coins are flooding the market on every level, and investors are scrambling to sift through the madness.
But not all coins are created equal. Knowing which cryptocurrency is worth the investment can be tricky.
Adding to the confusion are companies making big promises to investors with no more than a whitepaper and a dream.
Assets are important in this race. It doesn’t matter if a company is planning to build a billion-dollar crypto-mine or wants to build a portfolio of hundreds of cryptocurrencies – if they have nothing, there’s no reason to invest.
Not only does HashChain already have mining rigs, they’re building up an array of assets within the space, beginning with the acquisition of Node40 which is poised to revolutionize the sector.
And the best part? Investors can gain exposure to HashChain’s stunning array of assets with a single call to their stockbroker.
But HashChain’s promise doesn’t stop there…
Here are 5 reasons HashChain Technologies is poised to take over the crypto-world.
#1 – Cryptos Have Huge Upside Potential
Over the past year, cryptocurrencies have seen incredible gains, with the sector averaging 20,000 percent price increases.
The mind-blowing growth of the crypto-sector has minted its share of millionaires, even leading Forbes to publish the very first “Crypto-Rich List.”
Despite media claims suggesting that the bubble has burst, cryptocurrencies still have tremendous upside potential, and HashChain knows it.
Cryptographically secure, transparent, and globally available, cryptocurrencies are poised to give cash a run for its money.
Even governments are racing to get in on the action. Arizona is already preparing to accept tax payments in bitcoin, and other states are sure to follow suit.
But right now, there are so many cryptocurrencies drowning the market, it is difficult for investors to gain their bearings. It’s true – the cryptocurrency does matter. Each coin serves its own purpose, runs on its own technology, and ultimately, these factors will determine a coin’s value and impact on markets.
That’s where HashChain comes in.
In addition to mining DASH, bitcoin and bitcoin cash, three of the markets’ most innovative and top performing coins, HashChain is carefully considering other coins to pursue in the future. And with the mind-blowing gains seen in 2017, investors can expect the potential exposure to these expertly chosen cryptos to pay off.
#2 – Mining that Matters
2017 was certainly a good year to be a cryptocurrency miner. Profits hit the $2-billion mark for bitcoin miners at beginning of 2017, but by the end of the year, during the surge in prices across the board, total profits generated soared to $50-billion. That’s a 2500 percent increase in profitability in just one year.
Investing in a crypto-miner is a lot like investing in traditional miners, except crypto-miners have a much larger profit potential.
Gold mining, for example, only returns an average 11 percent, while cryptocurrencies are seeing huge returns, averaging 20,000 percent.
Currently, HashChain is operating 100 dash mining rigs in their Vancouver location, which enjoys cheap and environmentally sustainable electricity from nearby hydropower dams, and another 770-brand new bitcoin mining rigs are being set up at this very moment.
But HashChain’s ambitions don’t stop there.
Using cash on hand and profits generated from mining, HashChain is planning an aggressive expansion strategy, aiming to grow into a 40MW operation, consisting of approximately 26,500 mining rigs by the end of the first quarter 2019. And, in the process, begin mining other handpicked cryptocurrencies, as well.
What’s the point of mining other currencies if Dash and bitcoin are performing so strongly, you might ask?
Over time, mining difficulty increases, leading to smaller profits and less return on investments.
HashChain is looking towards the future. Understanding that both the popularity of coins and the profitability of coins could change at any time, they are looking to avoid the inevitable before it becomes necessary. Not only do they aim to dodge the bitcoin bullet but capitalize on the potential growth of up and coming cryptos.
This could make HashChain one of the largest and most diverse crypto-miners on the planet.
HashChain Technologies, according to CEO Patrick Gray, gives investors the opportunity to profit from a volatile market, “that they can’t take advantage of themselves.”
In addition to HashChain’s huge mining operation, they will be running a Dash masternode. These masternodes are essential in the Dash ecosystem. They perform specialized transactions like InstantSend and PrivateSend, which set Dash aside from other cryptocurrencies.
Most importantly, the masternodes earn 45 percent of each block reward split between all nodes, providing the owner of the masternode a 7 percent yearly return on investment – a steady source of income for the owner.
#3 – Wall Street Exposure
As the cryptocurrency craze reaches a full-blown frenzy, Wall Street has definitely taken notice. Institutional investors, however, have favored more traditional platforms over investing directly in cryptocurrencies.
Blockchain pivots and cryptocurrency adoption by listed companies have proven to be huge investor magnets, with some companies surging by nearly 400 percent after adding “blockchain” to their name.
And these aren’t all small companies.
Retail giant Overstock.com saw a 30 percent boost in share prices after announcing an ICO for one of its blockchain subsidiaries, and Kodak, a household name in the United States, saw its share price nearly triple after announcing the KodakCoin.
The most surprising, and maybe even humorous pivot, however, was Long Island Iced Tea’s name change. After renaming itself to Long Blockchain and announcing the potential acquisition of new blockchain projects, its share prices soared by 183 percent.
New crypto and blockchain companies are exploding onto the market, as well. OTC listed First Bitcoin Capital saw an insane increase of 6000 percent YTD before trading was temporarily suspended by the SEC.
It’s clear that investors have been infected by the Fear Of Missing Out – but they’re still not quite sold on the loosely regulated nature of cryptocurrencies.
That’s why HashChain is poised to garner a lot of attention in the coming months.
With plans to build a diverse mining ecosystem, HashChain will allow investors to gain exposure to the growing crypto-space without getting burned if one currency takes a nosedive.
#4 – Bringing Order to the Crypto-Space
In a recent report, it was revealed that almost no one is paying taxes on cryptocurrency earnings.
It’s estimated that over 7 percent of the population in the United States has made taxable gains on their cryptocurrency holdings, yet only 0.04 percent of U.S. tax filers actually reported any earnings or losses to the Internal Revenue Service. And it’s almost understandable.
The process to calculate cryptocurrency earnings is beyond difficult. With cryptos reaching all-time-highs in late 2017, followed almost immediately by 50-80 percent losses the very next month, would-be taxpayers simply do not know what they owe.
Even tax professionals are struggling to keep up.
But, HashChain is already looking toward the future.
With its recent acquisition of the assets of Node40, a blockchain solutions company, HashChain is at a particular advantage in the space. Node40 offers the most sophisticated crypto-tax software on the market.
In such a complicated sector, it can be hard for investors to track their gains and losses, but with Node40’s software, users simply enter their blockchain addresses and the program does the work for them.
The software tracks, add value to and totals each cryptocurrency transaction on a user’s blockchain, which will dramatically simplify the entire process.
With this revolutionary software, HashChain has a leg up on its competition.
This acquisition not only puts HashChain ahead of the pack, it brings regulation into the hands of the crypto marketplace rather than from pressure from governments.
#5 – The Crypto Dream Team
HashChain Technologies is special. They have some of the brightest minds in the game, and with years of experience in the sector and hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of deals under their belt, it is fair to say that the team is battle tested.
Patrick Gray, the CEO of HashChain, is a computer whiz who has mastered the art of the deal. Primarily involved in the tech industry, Gray knows the space through and through.
Patrick’s very first startup successfully sold for over $200-million, and that was just the beginning. Since then, he has been involved in a number of high-profile deals, and with his extensive tech know-how, investors would follow him to the end of the earth.
Sean Ryan is another expert in the field. As CTO of both HashChain and Node40, he is widely regarded as an industry leader in the development of blockchain infrastructure services and cryptocurrency accounting. Under Ryan’s technical guidance, HashChain is prepared to scale significantly to meet the demands of the growing blockchain industry.
HashChain’s Chief Strategy Officer, Perry Woodin is a cryptocurrency guru. As a Dashboard member, one of the top cryptocurrencies in the market, Woodin is as connected as they come.
Not only that, he has changed the way people invest in and profit from blockchain-based networks.
As the founder of Node40, Woodin created an entirely new way to incentivize network participation that is set to revolutionize the entire sector. His experience in data management and his app development expertise makes him a prized asset in HashChain’s already stacked arsenal.
With this tech dream team, the possibilities are endless.
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