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Bitcoin Wealth Alliance Review

Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is a training product on bitcoin and how to make money from the currency. It is operated by Chris Dunn.

What does the product offer?

Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is a course that according to creator Chris Dunn will teach you everything that you need to know about bitcoin including how to trader successfully. Bitcoin Wealth Alliance covers everything from the basics like how to buy and store bitcoins through to the aforementioned trading. From what I have seen in the sales material Bitcoin Wealth Alliance seems to have a substantial lack of substance.

How does the product work?

According to Chris Dunn, Bitcoin Wealth Alliance will almost guarantee huge profits by taking advantage of an alleged guarantee that the value of bitcoins will go up in the immediate future. There is plenty of evidence provided such as an “endorsement” from Forbes magazine on the currency although for various reasons I shall explore below much of this is dismissible.

What is the initial investment?

Access to Bitcoin Wealth Alliance costs $47 although there is a countdown that allows you to get it for $37. Because Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is sold through ClickBank there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

Direct figures aren’t particularly discussed. Instead Chris Dunn makes plenty of references to $100 investments becoming $5,000 as well as a few likely cherry picked trading examples.


Chris Dunn is already late to the bitcoin party and the fact that he continues to try and push the currency as a guaranteed investment through Bitcoin Wealth Alliance is disappointing. All of the examples that he cites of bitcoin becoming a global currency (such as a bitcoin ATM) are generally one offs and not representative of a larger picture.

The fact is that bitcoin has remained a volatile investment since the back end of last year and there is nothing (contrary to what Chris Dunn tries to say) that suggests that it will stabilise any time soon. I don’t doubt that there is still money to be in bitcoin but it is no longer the free for all that it was, and that Bitcoin Wealth Alliance paints it as. I would personally completely avoid this and frankly, the majority of bitcoin related products.



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From: Simon Roberts