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Finally you can add Bitcoin in an IRA within an ultra-secure fully-insured vaulted wallet.

Designed from the ground up to be compliant with all proposed laws, this future-proofed Bitcoin IRA is fully insured by Lloyds of London against hacking and data loss – and thanks to our unique crypto-vaulting process it’s 100% in line with IRS regulations.

With dangers of theft, loss and IRS clampdowns removed, our specialized Bitcoin IRA means you can concentrate on building wealth within your retirement account in the most tax-efficient way possible.

And even a small holding has been shown to create massive gains…

Some Bitcoin IRA accounts are up over 1700% in 2017 alone

Our Free Guide to Bitcoin IRAs is Essential Reading

Setting up a Bitcoin IRA to be fully in line with IRS requirements requires specialist knowledge and is not something that can be done with just any old wallet.

The IRS is very particular with how IRA assets can be held, and much like so-called checkbook IRAs or home-storage IRAs almost nobody selling Bitcoin IRAs is in compliance with these rules.

This means that one day very soon there will be a lot of IRA accounts being hit hard with fines and back-taxes – or even worse!

Your Bitcoin IRA should be held by a custodian in an ultra-secure vaulted depositary in exactly the same way as gold and precious metals are held in an IRA.

Our Bitcoin IRA guide tells you EXACTLY what to do to and how to do it for full IRS compliance.

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Why CryptoVaulting For your Bitcoin IRA?

Our Bitcoin IRA account is unlike any other secure wallet in the world:

  • Bitcoin IRAs are insured at market value by Lloyds of London
  • Your Bitcoin are stored in a proprietary physical device
  • This device is then stored in an ultra-secure vault
  • The vault is one of the top 5 most secure in the world
  • A bomb-proof vault, it’s buried deep underground
  • With 24-7 manned patrols and state of the art security systems
  • Access your IRA in a matter of hours not days
  • Transfer between cryptocurrencies – or precious metals
  • Convert profits to gold and silver with IRA tax efficiency
  • Turn digital assets to physical and back – with ease.
  • Can be stored offshore in a high privacy jurisdiction
  • Fully compliant with all upcoming cryptocurrency rules

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Why Should Bitcoin Form Part of Your IRA Portfolio?

Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoin Core is the name of open source software which enables the use of this currency.

Excerpt from Bitcoin definitions on GitHub


How would a $1000 investment in Bitcoin have helped your IRA over time?


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2011, you’d have been able to buy 3333.33 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $62,458,604
Of course this is very unlikely because in 2011 very few people had even heard of Bitcoin and adding Bitcoin to a self-directed IRA was almost unheard of.
Jan 1 2011
1 BTC = $0.30
$1000: 3333.33 BTC
Now: $62,458,604


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2012, your dollars would have bought 189.75 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $3,555,459.60
By 2012 Bitcoin was seeing wider uptake – but still almost nobody but the most contrarian investor was thinking to add BTC to their IRAs yet.
Jan 1 2012
1 BTC = $5.27
$1000: 189.75 BTC
Now: $3,555,459.60


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2013, you’d have bought 75.18 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $1,408,692.70
2013 saw Bitcoin enter mainstream news with the Mt. Gox hack and Silk Road’s 170,000 Bitcoin confiscation by the FBI. Investors were now recognizing the investment potential of Bitcoin as part of a diversified portfolio and addition of Bitcoin to self-directed IRAs began to see early-mover uptake. Had you been one of these early Bitcoin IRA investors you’d be looking at a $1.3m gain on every $1000 invested in BTC.
Jan 1 2013
1 BTC = $13.30
$1000: 189.75 BTC
Now: $1,408,692.70


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2014, you’d have been able to buy 1.298 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $24,358.88
2014 saw some new all-time highs and huge drops in Bitcoin’s price – your $770 per BTC on January 1, would have dropped to $309 by December 30. This was the first time retail investors saw major price corrections create big losses on their account. However provided you held your Bitcoin IRA through this correction you’d now be holding over $24k per $1000 investment.
Jan 1 2014
1 BTC = $740.30
$1000: 1.928 BTC
Now: $24,358.88


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2015, you’d have bought 3.185 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $59,679.26
January 2015 was seeing Bitcoin plummet and retail investors were running for the hills. By now Bitcoin IRAs were becoming a more acceptable part of investment portfolios – although long slow declines until October 2015 saw a lot of nervous investors drop the cryptocurrency at a loss.
Jan 1 2015
1 BTC = $313.85
$1000: 1.928 BTC
Now: $59,679.26


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2016, you’d have owned 2.304 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $43,174.19
2016 saw the first wave of Bitcoin mania take the public’s eye seeing an all time high of $773.94 – and by now Bitcoin IRAs were becoming almost commonplace. Analysts warned that prices were unsustainable and there was a major correction due – and the price did indeed drop to $638.22. Nevertheless, had you held your investment from then till now, you’d have seen a gain of 4217.4%
Jan 1 2014
1 BTC = $433.98
$1000: 2.304 BTC
Now: $43,174.19


Had you invested $1000 in Bitcoin on January 1, 2017, your money would have bought 1.001 BTC and your Bitcoin IRA would now* be worth $18,756.35
By the start of 2017, Bitcoin had captured the public’s imagination and Bitcoin IRAs were becoming very popular. Despite near-constant concerns of an imminent crash, BTC continued to grow and grow throughout 2017, seeing a new all time high of $19,187 per BTC on December 16.
Jan 1 2016
1 BTC = $999.00
$1000: 1.001 BTC
Now: $18,756.35

With analysts predicting anything from $50,000 to $1,000,000 per bitcoin over the next few years – who knows where Bitcoin could end up?

Looking at potential profits like this, is there a better vehicle to hold Bitcoin than an IRA?

After all an IRA set up correctly allows for any profits to be moved from Bitcoin into gold, silver and other assets within the IRA over and over without capital gains tax on the transfer.

If you’re looking to profit from Bitcoin, it makes sense to do so within a tax-efficient vehicle.

Our free guide shows you how – safely – quickly – and with a minimum of hassle.

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*at December 18, 2017