Richard Branson Invests £135 Million in New Bitcoin Technology

Discussion in 'UK and World News' started by classic33, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. classic33

    classic33 Senior Member

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    Real life ironman - Richard Branson, has just announced that he is about to quit his position in Virgin Group in order to make room for a new business venture which he believes will change world more than any company in the world ever could. His new venture is called One Bitcoin A Day although he didn't come up with the idea, he invested £135 Million in it which allowed him to control all of the One Bitcoin A Day decisions.

    Before we go into details of One Bitcoin A Day, let us explain who Richard Branson is exactly. Richard Branson is a visionary, some call him the smartest enterpreneur of our century. He is a businessman, billionaire, investor, and philanthropist. He believes in Worlwide Wealth Redistribution and although his ideas seem too radical and impossible to many people, Richard Branson is proving them wrong year after year. He has made it his agenda to make the world a Wealthier and better place.

    Some of his ventures include airlines (Virgin Atlantic), cheaper and publicly available space travel and colonization of Mars (Virgin Galactic) and rapid hype transportation (Virgin Hyperloop One).
    But now, Richard Branson has decided to partly withdraw from running Virgin Group, in order to focus on his new venture in the financial sector. That's why he acquired One Bitcoin A Day.

    https://lifefitwork.com/branson/index.php.html
     
  2. Welsh dragon

    Welsh dragon Senior Member Staff Member

    Mmm. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck....... this story smells very fishy.
     
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  4. Welsh dragon

    Welsh dragon Senior Member Staff Member

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    Okay Cynical, doubt anyone would actually do that though. Keep it for themselves maybe.
     
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    Scotland has no banks, they're all owned by outright by English banks. Except the Clydesdale, it received US Dollars prior to the referendum to save it.
     
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    Bad investments by those in charge, in Scotland, was the cause. Nothing to do with those South of the Border, who now own them.

    Please explain what poor choice by the Scottish has to do with Bitcoin though.
     
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    Che.ck your first post on this thread, two scottish formed companies named by yourself.

    We can wait.
     
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    Do ducks smell fishy?
     
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  10. Welsh dragon

    Welsh dragon Senior Member Staff Member


    Very. ^_^
     
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