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How a cyber-virus could make you a fortune

by , 21 September 2017

Today I'm going to prove how a simple computer virus gives investors - who know where to look - a great opportunity to make money.

It sounds unbelievable, doesn't it?

But it's true.

In just a few moments…

I'll explain exactly how a cyber-computer virus could drive one investment's prices to new highs, and make savvy investors a fortune.

Let me explain…

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Ransom payments to cyber criminals skyrocketed 4,000% in 2016
The Ransomware computer virus has made headlines across the world.
In the latest cyber-attack, a Ransomware virus hijacked more than 100,000 organisations systems in at least 150 countries were affected.
Simply, this virus gets into your system, locks up your files, and then tells you to send the hacker a certain amount of money, if you want the files to be unlocked again.
Companies that analyse cyber threats say the use of ransomware has exploded, and payments have soared.
According to US Threat Intelligence Firm Recorded Future, ransom payments to cyber criminals skyrocketed 4,000% in 2016, reaching $1billion.
Even worse, another firm, Kaspersky Lab, estimates that a new business is attacked with ransomware every 40 seconds. 
Unfortunately, companies that get affected by a ransomware virus are basically forced to pay the criminals.
Chief technical officer at Intel Security, Raj Samani says, “If you're hit by ransomware today, you have only two options: You either pay the criminals or you lose your data."
So what are companies doing to repel this cyber-virus?
In the age of cyber threats, companies are stockpiling digital currencies in preparation of future "ransomware" attacks.
in fact, in 2016 a third of UK companies stockpiled digital currencies in the event they have to pay criminals to retrieve their data.
Just take a look at the chart below…

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This news is one catalyst that could send Bitcoin higher
As you know, one of the most popular cryptocurrencies is Bitcoin.
Companies that are stockpiling digital currencies are scooping up Bitcoins to avoid losing their data.
This means, there will be an increase in demand for Bitcoins. And if more people buy bitcoins, the price goes up.
Although Bitcoin is somewhat experimental, it’s survived without a glitch since 2009. And each day that it survives, it gains popularity and squashes a few more doubters.
In fact, there are more than 200,000 transactions a day. It’s still tiny compared to Visa, but the Bitcoin revolution has only just begun.
Since I last spoke about Bitcoin as an investment opportunity in October 2016, Bitcoin has soared over 200%.
And as I’ve just explained, I believe the Ransomware cyber-attack could push Bitcoin’s price even higher.
How high?
Until next time,
Always remember, knowledge brings you wealth,
Joshua Benton, South African Investor

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