Ian King has been trading cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, for quite a while now. He is also an entrepreneur who has spent over 20 years trading in the stock markets. He is now Banyan Hill Publishing’s foremost expert on the topic of cryptocurrencies and how best to put your money into them.
As an experienced trader in cryptocurrencies, Ian King has developed a platform that regular investors can follow in order to participate in this digital currency market. He shows how to trade Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Monero, and many of the other cryptocurrencies that are out there.
Ian King’s professional career began at Salomon Brothers. He was in the mortgage bond trading department where he served as a desk clerk. His next career stop took place at Citigroup where he became an expert in credit derivatives. He then worked at Peahi Capital as the firm’s head trader for its hedge fund for 10 years.
It was in 2017 that Ian King joined Banyan Hill Publishing. His goal is to use his experience with cryptocurrencies in order to help average investors make money. He is presently putting together a course, expected to be out by the end of 2018, that will guide other investors when trading these types of assets. View more on Ian King at Stock Twits for more updates.
It was in 2013 that Ian King first heard of Bitcoin. He says that he had a Libertarian friend who owned some of this type of digital currency and who thought it would change the world. Bitcoin is based on blockchain, a type of digital ledger that keeps track of who owns a Bitcoin, or a share of one. As the Libertarian friend explained it, it doesn’t rely on central banks and, in fact, can replace them. It also replaces a lot of government bureaucracy which is highly inefficient.
Bitcoin zoomed ahead in value in 2017 by around 1500%. Ian King says it’s still in the early days and there is plenty of money still to be made in this cryptocurrencies as well as other ones that have been created. He says that one of the best signs is that institutional money is now flowing into these digital currencies which means that the rally can continue for years.
He thinks that the reason people are skeptical about cryptocurrencies is two-fold. One, they can be difficult to wrap your head around. And two, it’s the first time in history that Wall Street didn’t arrive until the party was already in full swing which is very unusual. Learn more:https://www.crunchbase.com/person/ian-king-4924