Neil here.

Last week, I gave you the scoop on blockchain… one of the fastest growing technologies out there right now.

Blockchain is what I consider to be a once-in-a-lifetime technology. These are the tech breakthroughs that sneak up on you. They come around when you least expect them, grow exponentially, and eventually change the way an entire generation lives for the good.

We’ve seen interest in blockchain skyrocket over the past few years. In 2018, about 90 percent of banks in the Unites States and Europe had considered integrating blockchain into their technology systems. Now, the financial sector alone makes up over 60 percent of blockchain’s global market value… and nearly every institution has adopted blockchain for some of their operations.

Even through blockchain’s meteoric rise in the market, a lot of people are still lost on how the tech actually works or why it’s going to be so important.

This is especially true for retail investors, who have largely sprung into the Bitcoin investment game with little to no knowledge, even though they make up a crucial part of Bitcoin’s market growth.

And retail investors aren’t the only ones who don’t understand the ins and outs of blockchain. Some find it difficult to trust, others are confused by mining, and some simply reject it by saying it’s “worthless” or “not real money.” All the while, a single Bitcoin has swelled from pennies to almost $60,000.

Truthfully, I get it – blockchain is complex. But here’s the thing… this isn’t the first time that revolutionary new technology puzzled the world during its debut.

We’ve seen this trend repeat itself throughout history, and there’s a healthy catalog of technologies that people didn’t “get” at first.

Take Facebook, for example.

When the social media giant launched globally to the general public in 2006, social media hadn’t yet been realized as a legitimate form of communication. Other sites before it, namely MySpace, had only hosted a couple million users, and most of them were teens.

Facebook was testing new waters for social media… and a lot of people were not on board. Some of the platform’s features, like News Feed and the Beacon ad program, sparked outrage over privacy concerns from users. Others just didn’t see why a massive online network was necessary or useful.

Meanwhile, the platform’s user base was growing by the millions… and so was its value. Just one year after it became accessible to the entire world, Facebook struck a $240 million deal with Microsoft. That investment valued the company at $15 billion.

Now, seventeen years after its inception, Facebook is valued at about $434 billion, and it’s ubiquitous in our social lives. Alongside it are other social media platforms like Twitter and Snapchat that users wasted no time integrating into their daily routine.

You see, we’ve observed this trend countless times. Television, personal computers, online shopping… all life-changing technologies that were first met with negativity and naysayers who swore they would never stick.

And those naysayers are the ones who are kicking themselves now for missing the greatest opportunity to receive the return of a lifetime… all out of fear of the unfamiliar.

Blockchain is the most recent tech to draw the skeptical straw from those who don’t understand how it works.

What’s different about blockchain, though, is that there are now true technology experts out there – those who dedicate their time to learning the ins and outs of new tech, and share that info with others so they can follow the momentum.

Right now, this is especially true for blockchain and crypto. And I have an in with one of these experts who is ready to help you jump head-first into the crypto world right now.

See, he’s eyeing some smaller, lesser-known cryptocurrencies at the moment, but don’t get me wrong… these coins are outperforming Bitcoin and Ethereum as we speak. For example, one of the coins on his list was priced at just $0.20 in Q1 of this year. By the end of 2021, he’s predicting an almost 2000 percent increase to $29.

Taking advantage of crypto at a time like this, when blockchain is just beginning to bourgeon, is an opportunity that could send your returns sky high in a relatively short window of time. In other words… you’re not going to want to miss this.

That’s all I have for you today.

Until next time,

Neil Patel