He championed Bitcoin when it was worth only $12 back in 2011…

Even when mainstream media laughed it off as a “fad”.

And when some pundits declared it “dead”, even as recently as a few months ago…

His message was loud and clear: Back the truck up and HODL.

Today a single bitcoin is worth over $48,000.

Now he’s revealing a “back door” investors could use to capitalise on the Bitcoin boom…

Without buying Bitcoin.

And this “back door” could help investors turn a £500 grub stake into a £10,865 payday.

Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.

But remember, the crypto market is volatile and unregulated, so only invest money you can afford to lose.

If you want to hear more about it…

Click here to unlock this crypto guru’s number one crypto play for 2021


Paolo Cabrelli

Publisher, Southbank Investment Research

PS. You should know, that our in-house crypto expert wasn’t just right about Bitcoin…

He also bought Ethereum, another crypto giant, when it was just $10.

But he believes we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg so far.

He even dropped a hint on his Twitter recently…

Source: Twitter

And there’s more…

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