Category Archives for "Cryptocurrency"

Apr 14

CryptoSuite Review – The Best Thing I’ve Seen in Crypto Trading Yet

By Mark Attwood | Cryptocurrency

I’ve just spent 2 hours this evening going through the video training of this new software I just bought that allows you to ARBITRAGE crypto currencies easily and it’s mind-blowing.

Here it is:

If you’ve been on my list for any amount of time, you’ll know that I’ve been working in crypto currency for a while.

– I invested in BitCoin in 2014 on, which made stupid returns.

– I was on a stage in December in London with the founder of, Simon Dixon

– I am an advisor to two potentially MASSIVE ICOs/Blockchain projects. Check them out here: and

I would NOT call myself an expert on Crypto, but I would say I know a bit and I would also say this: whatever you think about it, it ain’t going away.

Yes, I know the market has been down for a few months – that’s called a correction.

I am 100% sure Bitcoin at least is going to skyrocket in value again soon. It simply has to.

This is what John McAfee has to say about it:

That’s why I’ve been HOLDING for nearly four years now.

I’ve met traders who literally spend 15 hours a day glued to their laptops.

They’ve made and lost massive amounts in this super volatile and crazy market.

Not my cup of tea at all. I spend too much time on my laptop as it is.

So, along comes Luke Maguire.

Luke is a guy from Australia I really admire.

I came across him a couple of years ago, and he’s impressed me ever since with his problem-solving tenacity.

He started with nothing and sold his car to start his business after graduating when no-one would give him a J.O.B.

He’s made millions from social media marketing software which we’ve used here at Attwood Digital, and I’m pretty sure he’s not even 30 yet.

Like all of us, he was hearing about all the money being made from crypto, but he didn’t understand the first thing about it.

So, he got on plane and went around the world to meet the leading crypto minds he could find to get to the bottom of how it works, and how others were making millions, even in down markets.

Then, he AUTOMATED it.

I’ve never seen anything like this. The really cool bit is how it helps you do risk-free trading with arbitrage, which can be especially easy with new altcoins and ICO presales.

If you are even vaguely interested in making more money, I urge you to at least check out the video on his sales page here:
If you buy it, I get paid. If you don’t buy it, I don’t care – you’ll still enjoy his video 🙂 Here it is again:

Click here for my Viddyoze 3.0 review

Jan 29

How do you get started investing in cryptos?

By Mark Attwood | Cryptocurrency

How do you get started investing in cryptos? How do you do your research, and how to pick the right coin? What do you watch out for?

This question was asked on Quora today, and this is my answer:

It sounds like you’re just starting out. If that’s the case, I’ll share some experience based on being involved in bitcoin for just over 4 years.

For a complete beginner, Coinbase is the easiest way into the market, where you can buy Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Btcoin Cash (BCH) and Litecoin (LTC) using Fiat currency from your bank account.

If you use this link, we both get $10 free BTC: Coinbase

It is just my opinion, but although BTC has many limitations in terms of transactional speeds, it is limited in supply and demand is still in its early stages. As a store of value, it has yet to reach it’s potential so the advice (I’m not a professional financial adviser in any way, so please take this as my opinion only) I’m giving to friends and family is this: buy an amount of BTC and ETH (only an amount you’re willing to lose) and forget about it.

It’s entirely possible that the value of BTC at least could surpass $500k (especially if you listen to John McAfee):

I think ETH will continue to rise also simply because of (a) the amount of practical use it currently provides, especially to ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) and (b) because Vitalik Buterin and the other guys behind it are aware of it’s limitations and are constantly evolving it. This is a really good interview with Vitalik which gives a great insight into his thinking and philosophy:

The other thing to note is that when “forks” happen, like BCH, you get free coins if you’re already holding a stake, so it’s all Brucie Bonus from that point of view.

In terms of trading on exchanges, this is really not for the feint-hearted or those with time limitations. I know traders who have made and lost fortunes in seconds and really it’s a full time job for them, getting up at all sorts of weird times to maximise gains on Eastern exchanges like Binance. The place most traders go to when they wake up in the morning is here: CoinMarketCap

The biggest financial opportunities for an average guy like me at the moment is in ICOs. These are the mechanism by which where Start-ups are using crypto to raise the money they need to get their projects off-the-ground.

They create new tokens – a limited supply – then issue them privately or publicly to investors at a discount. The majority of these investors are “flippers” who want to see a big and fast return on their investment when the tokens start trading on the exchanges.

In 2017, ICOs raised over $3.3 billion.

It’s an insane market, and this article gives great insight into how it’s possible that a coin like NXT got 1,477,000% ROI (that’s NOT a typo, and it’s not the biggest ROI in the space): Top 5 Biggest ICOs (by Return on Investment) – Bitcoin Market Journal

This infographic explains ICOs very nicely as well: Initial Coin Offerings – Infographic

The way to judge which ICOs are the best in 2018 are simple:

1. Subscribe to as many newsfeeds as you can to increase your daily intake of general knowledge about ICOs and Crypto

2. Follow people who have been around for a long time and know what they are talking about. People like Simon Dixon who has done a huge amount of work in bridging blockchain with the mainstream, wrote one of the best books on crypto Bank To The Future, and also runs BnkToTheFuture which first got me personally investing in crypto. Watch some of their videos here:

3. Remember to only invest in things you (a) understand and (b) trust. I had the chance to be a seed investor in a company 3 years ago which is now soaring, but I declined because I didn’t fully understand what they were trying to do at the time. Am I kicking myself now? A bit, but the risk was too great then for me, so I made the right decision. A good ICO is all about the idea and the team working on the idea. The best Start-ups and biggest opportunities for me are all about those that are providing the shovels in this gold rush (actual coders) and those that are creating the blockchain collision i.e. bringing the blockchain to the masses – something that will happen when privacy issues are resolved.

4. Stay away from Ponzi schemes or MLM

5. Hang out at crypto meetups – this is one of the best ways to get information on what is hot in the crypto community. I’ve learned more in bars after meetings than any amount of online research can ever provide.

6. Understand blockchain is not a fad and try to avoid mainstream media opinions on “bubbles” and such-like. This is a great interview with James Altucher that explains this perfectly:

This is why I recently recommended investing in CommerceBlock because they are all about infrastructure, and why I’ve given over six months of my life into making HiP Interactive Property a reality, because that idea will make the property market liquid, open up an entirely new capital market, bring fairness to the way we buy and sell property, get young people onto the property ladder faster through partial ownership and allow people to access their equity without selling, moving or taking on extortionate interest rates on further debt. To learn more about HiP go here:
The HiP project will be in Singapore at the Blockchain Economic Forum next week (details here: BEF 2018 | Blockchain Economic Forum 2018 Singapore 4-6 Feb)

As HiP is a blockchain collision project that’s truly decentralising and bringing this technology to the masses, it’s summed up nicely in this short video:

The kind of standard you should be looking out for can be summed up in recent/current ICOs like WePower and BeeToken. Take a look at them and use them as a benchmark for anything you research in the future.

Blockchain is still a puppy, it ain’t going away and it really can shake the world up, maybe beyond anything we can currently imagine.

Personally, I like to recommend investing in things that have the potential to make the world a better place and that make the system a fairer place for everyone to participate in, rather than the 0.001% who control the banks and global corporations. It’s an entirely new way of thinking, but once the penny drops….

So, you can make short-term gains, but it’s my opinion that the whole crypto space is just getting started and vastly under-valued, which is why I’m a long term holder in the main.

Whatever you do, welcome to crypto and best of luck on your journey!

If you get a moment to upvote this article on Quora, that would be appreciated here.

Or check my Cryptosuite review here.

Jan 28

What is Ripple’s future?

By Mark Attwood | Cryptocurrency

I thought this was an interesting question on Quora recently, so this was my answer:

No-one can completely predict the future, but I can share an opinion about Ripple that I think has validity.

Firstly, it should be understood that Ripple is not a cryptocurrency in the strictest, philosophical, sense. It has a CEO and is therefore not decentralised. Secondly, it is there to support the centralised banking system. If you refer to the work of people like Jeff Berwick of, you will find that many people see crypto as the end of the existing financial system, or at least a major player in it’s downfall.

If they are right, then Ripple is as doomed as they are.

If you also realise that the majority of the earliest adopters of Bitcoin are deeply motivated by decentralisation and helping to bring about huge social and economic changes to the world. These people (about 10,000 of them) are currently worth half a trillion dollars.

In their future, Ripple would have no place.

The cynical, but probably correct, viewpoint is that Ripple is part of an attempt by the old system to barge in on the new but they have fundamentally misunderstood it. If your question relates to whether or not you can make money from Ripple, my answer would be yes in the short term but probably not in the long term. You’d also have to think about whether or not you would want to support such a project which is so antithetical to what the world of crypto stands for. Or, you might not care 🙂

(If you thought this an interesting answer, give us an upvote on Quora here)