If you had 1 million dollars, what would you do with it?
If that’s too hard to imagine for you, what if you just had an extra $1,000?
Would you save it? Invest it in land? Put it towards a wedding, family, bills, travel?
The world is filled with “get rich quick” scams, and conversations that start with “if I had X amount of money, I would…” are so common today. Having the finances to do what you’ve always dreamed of (or need to do) is sadly rare.
We learn to accept the fact that we’ll never actually have the funds to live the life we’ve always wanted.
So we settle.
Settle for a smaller home with no room...Settle for “vacations” to neighboring states instead of going overseas...Settle for working overtime so we can pay a child’s medical bill...
We settle for anything that somewhat resembles what we dreamed about when we were young. Oftentimes, we give up on our hopes, dreams, and desires in order to fit them into reality. But does it really need to be this way? The common sentiment seems to be that you can’t have stability, and the life you’ve always wanted, at the same time.
The main thing is that success is hard, and achieving your dreams does not come with a small price tag. Many have chosen non-traditional paths to fulfill their dreams, and some succeed...and others fail.
Ultimately, big dreams come at a high cost.
While becoming a business owner and working hard to earn rewards is most definitely an option, not all will choose that path. Others will try investing in the stock market or even into cryptocurrencies, but normally, anyone getting rich in that arena needs a large stack of cash to start with...which isn’t an option many currently have.
Another option has been 401Ks, retirement plans, etc. Save money now, let it gain interest, and achieve your goals and dreams when you retire!
But let’s be honest - we have dreams to accomplish now… not when we’re 70. What about our first homes? Starting a family? Buying a car? Or taking our families on vacations while we’re young?
The other problem? Interest rates don’t even keep up with inflation rates in the US.
Seems like no matter what anyone tries, they run into a brick wall that either stops them in their tracks or takes them years to climb.
What if you could get paid in crypto….and earn up to 4% interest annually on your savings?
While crypto is still fairly new and unexplored, there are options that make investing in crypto safer and allow you to save up money faster than the average individual. Companies such as Celsius Network even allow you to invest stablecoins and earn 100s of times the amount of interest as a traditional bank.
At Digifox, we will soon be offering the ability to Get Paid In Crypto - meaning you can set up a portion or all of your paycheck to be converted to cryptocurrency every pay period!
Yes...Dollar cost averaging isn’t anything new. But being able to set something up that automatically converts your fiat currency into crypto to start immediately earning interest is.
As an example, if you invest just $300 every month into a crypto asset that is earning 4% annual interest, you would have roughly $7,800 after 2 years due to compound interest alone (that’s $600 worth of interest). That’s not counting if you invest in an asset that’s been proven to increase in price over time, as many cryptocurrencies tend to do!
If you had invested $100 USD monthly into Bitcoin starting 2 years ago, it would be valued at $7,954 USD today. And that’s without it sitting in a protocol like Celsius to earn interest!
Imagine what would happen if you combined dollar cost averaging and compound interest together?
Suddenly, your dreams cease to be just dreams. Saving money quickly and efficiently suddenly becomes not only feasible, but easy to do. Being able to live the life you always wanted is now completely within the realm of possibility.
In fact, it could very well be within your grasp.
So what are you waiting for?
*NOT financial advice - please seek a professional financial advisor if you wish to obtain any official financial advice. Digifox does not offer financial advice, and any usage of GPIC does not guarantee financial success.