The Oxford Club: Investing in ICOs and AltCoins

The Oxford Club is a business and investment publisher focusing on financial and corporate topics. The independent financial publisher’s headquarters can be found in Baltimore, Maryland, and they are giving their 80,000 strong members a number of opportunities to invest and grow their money, and they are also providing tips, techniques and strategies on how to acquire more wealth and preserve them. The Oxford Club is known in over 100 countries, and they continue to provide financial information is benefiting people worldwide. The present chief executive officer and executive director of the Oxford Club is Julia Guth. The Oxford Club releases a series of publications every month, and they are also directly involved in hosting seminars, conventions and conferences that talk about finances.

One of the most recent topics that the Oxford Club tackles on their podcasts and newsletters is the investment opportunities in initial coin offerings, or ICOs, and AltCoins, or alternative crypto currencies. The industry of crypto currency is taking the world by storm, and many people are already investing in the highly volatile investment material. The most popular example of crypto currency is bitcoin, which now has more than $130 billion total value. The Oxford Club explains the importance of learning about crypto currencies, and they are also showing their customers how investing in the crypto currency can be risky, but at the same time, giving the investors a lot of opportunities to earn more money. The Oxford Club is also advising their readers to learn more about minor crypto currencies, and see where they can invest to earn more money. Aside from bitcoin, which is a major player, the Oxford Club is also recommending Etherium and Litecoin, but also warned their readers about the volatility of these investments.

Aside from investing in crypto currencies, the Oxford Club also explained to their readers about how ICOs are formed, and how they will reshape the economy of the future. Because of the availability of the source code of bitcoin, many programmers are copying it and creating their own version of crypto currency, introducing new ICOs, bringing the current number of crypto currencies to thousands.