Martin D. Weiss


With Bitcoin soaring ten-fold since last year ...

And other cryptocurrencies surging many times more than that ...

Investors are scrambling, trying to get a piece of the action before they miss out (again).

But too many are making a COLOSSAL MISTAKE.

They’re buying the latest, hyped coins that look good on the surface ...

... but we believe are destined to crash and burn!

In our newly released exposé, we name seven crypto dogs which are among the ones many investors are getting sucked into right now ...

... but that you should run from like a cat on hot asphalt!

On the other hand ...

If you feel like you’ve missed the boat again with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, you may want to reconsider ...

Because we believe we’re on the cusp of the greatest money revolution — and the single greatest investment opportunity — the world could see for centuries to come.

And to grab your share of the profits, you want to invest in only the top SUPERCRYPTOS now taking their place as the leaders of this revolution ...

... and which have a proven history of rising 3x, 10x, even 29x more than Bitcoin.

My team took an early interest in Bitcoin — and how Bitcoin has created, or could have created, thousands of instant millionaires ... and even a few billionaires.

That’s when we embarked on a monumental new project:

To develop the world’s first and only cryptocurrency ratings.

At the time, investors were going bonkers for Bitcoin. Crypto markets were in bubble-land, grossly overpriced and extremely risky.

So our message to investors was crystal clear:

“Stay away or get the heck out.”

Bitcoin lovers erupted in rage. They even mounted a cyber-attack on our Weiss Crypto Ratings website.

Fortunately for us, the attack failed.

But unfortunately for Bitcoin owners, we were right.

Bitcoin crashed. And investors who failed to heed our warnings saw their portfolios lose most of their value.

Then, one year later, on December 12, 2018, when the price of Bitcoin was hitting rock bottom …

... that’s when we announced to the world that it was finally time to start buying Bitcoin!

Our announcement went viral.

Coin Intel News broadcast it all over the internet ...

“Weiss Ratings calls the bottom.”

Bitcoin News wrote …

“Weiss Ratings declares now best time to buy Bitcoin.”

Sure enough — three days later — Bitcoin hit rock bottom and that was the end of the crypto bear market of 2018.

Now the crypto crowd doesn’t hate us anymore.

One crypto commentator wrote ...

“Your transparent and unbiased ratings will bring light to the darkness and murky crypto world.”

Forbes, CNBC, Fortune, The Motley Fool, and many others told their readers about the importance of the Weiss Crypto Ratings.

“The Weiss Crypto Ratings are not based on fashionable trends, friendship, or opinions. They’re based on tens of thousands of daily calculations on each cryptocurrency. They are scientific and 100% objective. That’s what opens the door to the truly greatest profit potential in several generations.”
— B.C, Editor of Oil & Energy Investment Report

And crypto blogs all over the world have praised our Weiss Ratings experts for their uncanny accuracy in pinpointing the best cryptos to buy …

... and the right time to buy them.

Now, in case you’re wondering, getting started in crypto isn’t difficult. Once you’re up and running, it’s like investing online with your broker.

Click here to find out more.

Good luck and God bless!

Martin D. Weiss

Dr. Martin D. Weiss, Founder
with the Weiss Crypto Ratings Team



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