Cryptocurrency has found itself at the center of the RussiaUkraine crisis, with both countries fully realizing the benefits of a digital asset that cannot be controlled by outside sources.

In Russia, Western sanctions have battered the ruble to cut it off from the global financial system. But Russia has long been one of the biggest Bitcoin (BTC) mining countries in the world, and crypto trading has soared as the country looks to crypto to avoid a crashing economy.

Meanwhile, Ukraine has received some $100 million in crypto donations to support the its army and protect its people. That money cannot be hacked, controlled, or taken away by the Russians.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a bill into law earlier today that will ensure those donations get put to use – legalizing crypto and setting a regulated digital asset market into motion.

As this war unfolds, a new narrative around crypto is forming and accelerating mass adoption around the world. Cryptocurrency is not just a hypothetical asset – it is a seizure-resistant, policy-independent, longer-term store of value.

And when it comes to protecting your OWN wealth during a crisis, there’s one crypto every investor should make sure they own. This is it…

No matter what’s going on in the world, if Chief Crypto Strategist Nick Black only had one place to put his money in crypto, this would be it:

Crypto enthusiasts like Nick have long seen Bitcoin as digital gold, a convenient place to store money during war or disaster. It’s the clear choice during a time of crisis, and you can easily buy it through Coinbase.

We’ll even walk you through the entire process in this step-by-step guide.

But mass adoption of cryptocurrencies is quickly accelerating – and there are plenty of other assets out there to build your wealth. In fact, these two cryptos could beat Bitcoin, stocks, even the gold market in the same period. Click here for the details.

Take care,

The American Institute for Crypto Investors Research Team


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