Often people are frightened by the word “cryptocurrencies”.
For most of us it sounds like computer coding for bank security systems.
Cryptocurrencies are not a traditional financial services investment and is not regarded as “money” by the SA Reserve Bank but instead, they are seen as assets.
Cryptocurrencies is a form of “digital money” that operates similar to Bitcoin.
Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency of its kind that came to life in 2009.
It has its own blockchain which is a public record of all transactions. Traditional banking services have a closed record of transactions which only they have access to.
Anyone can buy TFC coins which will hold their value or increase in value over time.
TFC came to market with a working product that will either hold its value or increase in value and has already started generating income for their investors.
The TFC network is serviced by powerful servers called masternodes.
The price of 1 TFC is currently valued at about R42.
Income is generated by holding the coins in a wallet.
A wallet is a software program that digitally stores your coins on your computer.
Investors who buy into a masternode earn more profits including from the investment trading fund. Therefore you benefit more from owning a masternode than not having one.
TFC provides a range of services including a trading fund that generates additional profits for investors as well as investing into new technology ventures to grow the fund holdings.
You have full control over your investment and can sell at any time. Everything is done in a transparent manner.
There is also no fixed return as the returns fluctuate according to the coin’s performance.
“We are really pioneers with this product. There is no other service out there that we can compare TFC to. It is simply unique in what it does and the multiple streams of income that it generates for our clients.”
“People do not have to be afraid of new technology or when they hear the word “bitcoin”. The world is changing at a pace faster than we can imagine.
“Every major industry in the world has been disrupted by some new idea. Now it is time to change our perceptions on what banking really means.” said Bothma.
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