Bitcoin has been around since 2009 and since then has seen dramatic rises and falls in value. These changes in the market for these coins has led to a lot of the early adopters making money in trading, mining, buying and selling Bitcoin. The earlier people joined in purchasing Bitcoin, the more profit they made from it as the prices skyrocketed through the years.
Nowadays, it is a lot harder to make money mining and buying Bitcoin as its price stabilises somewhat but with the correct timing and patience, traders should still be able to capitalise significantly on these fluctuations. Even still, there is likely not going to be as great a change in the prices of this Bitcoin cash as there was in the early adoption phase and so it is still these individuals that have the lion's share.
Probably the richest and most involved Bitcoin miner and entrepreneur is Barry Silbert. Given the title of 'The King of Crypto' he has not only made a fortune off receiving Bitcoins but he has gone further and set up his own currency group. From this position he has invested in all manner of buying and selling Bitcoins and other digital currencies businesses, bank accounts and other opportunities.
With multiple investor accounts now set up throughout countries such as South Africa and beyond, there are a lot of individuals with some Bitcoin to their name. This is why more and more brokers offering South_African traders e-money options have sprung up. The different financial systems, payments systems and platforms available for these e-money options are testament to the reach these assets have.
All over the place there are those that are willing to risk it for the prize at the end of the rainbow and those that see it through, with a bit of luck, end up reaping the golden rewards at the end. This is why digital currency trading is so popular and will likely only get more so as people around the world realise the impact it is having on our economy and the potential value to be made off investing on its changing prices.