“I invest in not only bitcoin, but another cryptocurrency called ethereum, which has also done pretty well for me”
If this young woman was able to do this, does she really need college? Why not go into investments full time?
The FOX Business Network reports:
College student uses single bitcoin investment to pay tuition
Early bitcoin investor Nikki Beesetti said a single transaction funded her entire second semester of college.
“I was able to buy one bitcoin with $2,000 which ended up turning out to be $19,000 by the end of 2017,” she told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on “Varney and Co.” “And that was just enough for me to pay my tuition.”
Beesetti said as a “great believer in cryptocurrency,” her interest first started while she was in college.
“I was studying electrical engineering and at the time I saw bitcoin being a computer science and engineering breakthrough,” she said. “I knew I really wanted to be part of something like that.”
Beesetti said she’s still betting on cryptocurrencies today.
“I invest in not only bitcoin, but another cryptocurrency called ethereum, which has also done pretty well for me,” she said.
The trick to investing in the market, she explained, is following the rule that no more than 20% of a person’s net worth should be in one asset class. She has invested less than 20% in bitcoin and her other investments are primarily in ETFs and Big Tech stocks.
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