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Bitcoin IRA offers silver rebates to commemorate $500K milestone
Bitcoin IRA, a financial conduit pioneering the use of bitcoin as a retirement tool, has announced that it has exceeded $500,000 in total investments since its launch in June and to commemorate this, the company is offering investors a limited-time rebate of 1% in real silver for each new account.
According to the official release, the rebate of 1% in silver applies to all accounts that are opened through the end of August 2016. The rebate offers $150 in real silver in exchange for a $15,000 investment, $250 in real silver for a $25,000 bitcoin investment, and so on.
“Bitcoin is one of the most important currency innovations in decades. It's a decentralized, global form of money, so its value isn't tied to the economy of any one specific country. That makes it an excellent way to diversify your investments. I'm proud to be part of Bitcoin IRA," Ed Moy, Chief Strategist for Bitcoin IRA said.
This year, two of the top performing assets namely precious metals and bitcoins are becoming popular choices for investors who are increasingly rolling their 401(k). In order to safeguard their financial future, IRA accounts into these alternative investments.
Bitcoin IRA offers IRS-approved retirement plans that allow individuals to invest in real bitcoins via self-directed IRA’s. This makes it different from other bitcoin-based retirement options, which only offers investments in bitcoin-based stocks and bonds. Bitcoin IRA also uses best-in-class cryptocurrency solutions from BitGo to ensure a high level of privacy and security of user funds.
The rebate offer of 1% in silver is available only for a limited time, and can be redeemed by requesting the FREE Bitcoin Guide from Bitcoin IRA.