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Why I Just Bought a Ton of Salt
Salt is a lending platform & cryptocurrency token designed to connect borrowers and lenders for collateral-backed (Bitcoin) loans. The collateral is cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Right now, there is no platform and hence there is zero use case for the Salt tokens. However, Salt is intending on launching their platform this month and if it is successful, I anticipate Salt tokens will appreciate in value hence I am taking a chance. The risk is very high - we don't know for certain that they have the lending network required to make this work or that they actually have a platform to connect these lenders with borrowers. In addition, regulatory risks are much higher as lending has some of the tightest regulations of any industry. However, I find the team to be professional and view it as a real practical use-case that will be used immediately IF the platform is operational. The Salt tokens essentially act as membership on the website and allow one to take out these collateral-backed loans. They can also be used to reduce the interest rate of the loan or to integrate API in event that an exchange wants to introduce leverage onto its platform without having users interface with Salt. The team holds a substantial amount of Salt, which is a fair criticism, although it appears the funds are being put to good use. If the project is legitimate, I suspect this will lead to a huge influx of capital into cryptocurrencies as people leverage their existing Bitcoin positions to purchase more Bitcoin (which I DON'T recommend doing, but suspect many will anyway). If this is the case, it will inflate the bubble much faster than before and it will be an interesting development to watch through December. If it isn't legitimate, then I'm willing to lose my entire stake. There are also circumstances where it is legitimate, but the lending terms are not attractive so the platform never takes off. I'm interested in your opinion as always. Make sure you read the disclaimer lower in this description. Thank you for watching. ================ If you like my content, you can support me through using ANY of the affiliate links below (I receive small compensation). The beauty of affiliate links is that I can pick and choose what I like rather than have companies approach me - everything I linked below (with the exception of Trezor since I like Ledger), I use myself frequently. ================ My Recommended Hardware Wallets: If you want to store your cryptocurrencies safely, the best way is through a hardware wallet. Seriously - look it up and you'll find plenty of information supporting this claim. There are alternatives such as paper wallets, but these are convenient and my choice for cold storage (offline): Ledger Nano S: Ucenter Dress ball styled items to wear in the winter of the party http://amzn.to/2hZPj0q Trezor: http://amzn.to/2AxD9TN Ledger Blue (expensive): http://amzn.to/2hk7xst I personally prefer the Ledger Nano S, but the Trezor is such a close second that it really doesn't matter which one you go with. Ledger Blue is premium and convenient, but not necessary. ================ My Favorite Book for Investing in Crypto: Cryptoassets: http://amzn.to/2zKDdCF This book is, bar none, my favorite book for investing in cryptocurrencies. It doesn't bog you down with technical jargon, but instead focuses on all the elements you should understand before you invest. It's a comprehensive book for both beginners and experts. Beginners will find information about major cryptocurrencies (not just Bitcoin) as well as details on historical market events (that you can draw on for future) and events to watch for moving into the future. Experts will find the chapters on valuation particularly useful. For those of you involved in traditional investing, this book is even more of a godsend as finance info is explored (correlations with other asset classes, ETFs, etc). ================ My Recommended Exchanges: Coinbase / GDAX / Bittrex http://ift.tt/2zC86Z1 If you sign up to Coinbase using link above, you and I will both receive $10 each after you buy your first $100 of Bitcoin using Coinbase. Coinbase is much less intimidating for beginners. Once ready, move up to GDAX for cheaper or zero fees. For altcoins, I recommend Bittrex. ================ Legal Stuff: I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. None of what I provide in my videos is investment advice. Please do your own due diligence. ================ My Platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Truth_Investor SteemIt: http://ift.tt/2yilNeD Medium: http://ift.tt/2x8UGiu Seeking Alpha: http://ift.tt/2xFgwPg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J11raVdL1gY