I decided not to over stay my welcome with CoinWallet and kudos to the Admin. Gained 20% profit and requested my principal back instantly. My first successful venture of 2020 although short term and being a HYIP.
Meanwhile, I registered and fundedBynamic, a HYIP with a similar compensation and a low $1 USD withdrawal limit, Approx. $5 for Bitcoin.
So far so good with my treaking into 'staking' with Kraken. I got my feet wet so I'll probably expand into that area of DeFi, where I can earn an interest rate on my crypto holdings instead of gathering dust.
Meanwhile, Sanze Profit, which started back in October 2019, sent me a quick USD payment today and I further funded.
WithOneAdPack, the first term of 30 days has elapsed and good to see a profit with extra packs built up thru their repurchase option. A source for advertising as well.
CoinWallet, sent me a couple more USD payments since the last update about that HYIP. I can request my principal now and walk away with a profit if i wish.
With the long running Diversity Fund, I received a USD payment yesterday afternoon
My Passive Trades sent me a Bitcoin transaction yesterday as well.
Got my first USD payment from CoinWallet instantly. I'd consider this site high risk where it's a HYIP.
Got into that gambling mode today that comes with an initial bit of excitement. I came across the first HYIP for 2020 I'm playing in and funded. CoinWallet just launched and a plan where members can deposit $10 and up that's locked in for 24 hours; then can be requested. 3.6% is the daily earnings as long as the site runs or principal is requested. $1 minimum cashout.
OneAdPack continues to perform at this time, where I gained 2/3 of my principal back and gaining additional 'packs' with repurchasing. Revenue is up from last week's report. Risk Level ... medium.
With Bitcoin price up today, I decided to swap some BTC to USD Pax on Blockchain.com, a stable coin equal to the USD 1:1.
I gained a 'same day' USD payment from a withdrawal to start the new year with Diversity Fund and funded as well in turn.
So far, so good with the other ventures shown on this page.
Been exploring the newest thing to come along in the crypto world called 'DeFi' or Decentralized Finance, which will probably grow in 2020. For example, setting up accounts/wallets and earn interest on 'coins' as long as they stay 'deposited'. More on that interesting sector to come.
Entering 2020, it will be a new year of opportunities and trend changes in the financial markets out there. What will happen in the stock markets? More of the same or will factors weigh on returns such as interest rates, the economy, the price of oil, etc.
What will happen with Bitcoin and the Crypto Markets? I saw a change from previous years in 2019 with BTC staying at a level longer between the bulls and the bears. Libra and the China coin still making some noise.
Meanwhile, Diversity Fund sent me a 'same day' USD payment with a previous week gain of 5.7%.
The rising price of Bitcoin peaked my interest today as I scan over the 2 Trading sites I use. Charts look positive but possibly a short term spike today after a lull during the Christmas break.
OneAdpack... increased it's weekly earnings from the previous starting week. A good sign so far and I got my first payment from that venture.
Sharing their 4th Christmas online with members, Diversity Fund paid me quick in USD today.
Bitcoin is floating around the $7,300 USD range on Christmas Eve and good to see entering the Holidays, although it's a 24/7 'international' market place.
I decided to 'pass' on Mind.Capital for a couple reasons. Three actually, where it is a HYIP although with reasonable daily earnings. The steep $100 min invest is not what the average venture seeker is into and never was really. The $5 to $50 range is what attracts folks. And the also, the steep $50 minimum withdrawal where again ... the average venture seeker wants to start collecting back their principal (looking for a gain) sooner than later; where the average withdrawal amount is around $10 USD or equivalent in BTC.
There will plenty more to look over and debate on in 2020
I enjoy 'Trading' with crypto, namely BTC but since mid November, not the greatest possibility of steady success with unknown factors acting on the price that comes to light later. Like scammers in a defunct scheme selling of millions in BTC with more to be sold off (driving the price down and an uncertainty with the fallout bringing on an uncertainly with the crypto markets) as schemers try to shift the 'coins' around and hide their identity ... like laundering crypto. Not something you see in other market places so issues to be aware of.
I do swap to a stable coin (1:1 with USD) as well when I can catch BTC heading south in price. At times swapping back when BTC 'bottoms out" and begins to climb looking for gains.
OneAdPackhas lowered it's minimum withdrawal to $5 for those with $10 or less funded. So far, so good with that project.
It's Day 1 with OneAdPack and looking forward to a profit with that new venture although nothings guaranteed.
More news about Mind.Capital ... as of now, the minimum withdrawal is $50 in Bitcoin so that is high compared to the norm but things have been known to change on the fly. Minimum deposit is $100 worth of Bitcoin.
What's trending with some folks may vary depending on the investment niche they are involved in.
On my end, among other things, I'm into high risk ventures that deal with the volatile Bitcoin, which comes with it's own degree of risk. For example, I could receive a Bitcoin transaction from one of the sites shown on the right sidebar in the early AM, but if Bitcoin falls at lunch time ... I'm in a loss already but if BTC spikes, that's a double gain in my crypto wallet.
Next on my list to fund with Bitcoin isOneAdPack , launching in a few hours. The only site that Diversity Fund (paid my in USD today) doesn't have in it's 'shared with members' portfolio, which are below the Diversity Fund banner on the right that I funded.
I'll concentrate more on crypto and current events on my 'Home' or "Blog Notes' page going forward.
What's behind a website offering gains involving crypto currency? If your not sure if the info provided is true about how the outfit is producing returns and no other resource available to verify, treat it as a game and high risk. There's several news stories out now about scam sites and ponzi schemes raking in millions with ploys such as making steady gains with doctored info thru mining contracts. Be careful out there and if you decide to accept the risk, always wise you use funds/crypto that you can afford to throw away or lose.
Looking at the Bitcoin charts, this November is a different candle of wax, colored mostly in red and falling compared to the first few years with a steady rise starting in Sept. of 2015. In 2018, there was also a steady deep drop in price in November that leveled off at the start of 2019 and started a steady rise in Feb of 2019, peaking in the summer ... July.
Hopefully, at the least, Bitcoin will somewhat repeat that cycle specially with a 'Miner's Halving' in May of 2020 but a lot of different factors weigh on the coin currently. As always ... unpredictable.
The ventures and companies I present on my site have no guarantee of producing a profit for members involved. It's always wise to follow the Golden Rules of investing such as setting aside funds for 'investment' account(s) separate from household and family money.