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Watch Me Buy Gold With Bitcoin – HODL GODL

More: Can you buy gold with Bitcoin? What about other cryptocurrencies? The answer to both questions is a resounding “Yes!” Since Bitcoin was established in 2008, its price has soared. As a consequence of its increasing value, its acceptance as a method of payment has spread, too. Small wonder why: Bitcoin is both a currency and an online payment system rolled into one. And the crypto revolution has led to an explosion in both the number and value of other digital currencies, including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and hundreds of others. As this new sector has evolved, GoldSilver has witnessed incredible growth in the “pair trade” between gold and cryptos—investors who swap their digital coins for physical gold and silver, and sometimes back again, using precious metals for both diversification and as a stable value store during turbulent times. That’s partly because it’s quite easy to do, even if you own a token other than Bitcoin. In fact, GoldSilver was among the first global e-tailers to offer bitcoin-based purchases. That continues today, as we accept Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash directly—along with many other cryptos via convenient swap services. Download Mike's best-selling book for free here: Thanks for sharing and clicking that 'Like' button. For those wondering why our videos don't appear in their subscription feed immediately – we release our clips to our free weekly email readers first, then later we publish to YouTube. Sometimes it's just hours, sometimes it's a couple of days later. This is to encourage people to join our free newsletter – because one day, we may not have YouTube to rely on. Join our free newsletter list by going to and entering your email address in the 'Get Market Alerts' box at the bottom of the page. As always, thank you for your support. M.

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38 Comments on Watch Me Buy Gold With Bitcoin – HODL GODL

    • @Marky Mark : prove me wrong then instead of just saying ” I don’t know what I’m talking about ” I bring facts and you guys just have opinions . 😂😂😂. Show me I’m wrong . I’ll be waiting

    • @Adrian Segura here is a fact, bitcoin is capped at 21,000million and no btc can be mined after the last one is mined, but you didn’t even know the simplest thing like that .

    • @Adrian Segura I’ve been doing this for the last 8 months and accumulated a lot of gold by doing so. It’s not that difficult. It’s like transfering money over paypal if you use things. Or as Mike said you just buy with bitcoin.
      And yes you have to pay capital gains on silver, gold, bitcoin, bonds, stocks, real estate, everything.

    • @Metal Bum : you.dont have to pay capital gains tax when you buy physical gold or silver . Just sale tax . Or when that day comes and we use GOLD and silver as money to.buy things . It is anonymous money. Bitcoin and cryptos are not. They can see every transaction you do

  1. Is there a way to sell gold for bitcoin? Easily safely and reliably? Anyone know a company? Large amounts or small?

  2. Apparently, gold vaults are asking a lot more questions when it comes to removing physical gold lately. Just putting it out there.

  3. Apparently, gold vaults are asking a lot more questions when it comes to removing physical gold lately. Just putting it out there.

  4. I was really hoping we would hear fake good news on trade for a few weeks until fed meeting .. but suddenly yesterday damnit silver/gold/crypto spiked

    • RkicF8 , there were only 4 days Bitcoin was above 18,000.

      92% of people who bought bitcoin are in profit

  5. I regret not buying bitcoins in 2008 when it was still very new. If my memory was correct, the value per BTC was just about a dollar during that time (might have been more but it was pretty cheap compared to today’s value).

    I didn’t believe its price would go up because during that time, there were already huge scams called HYIPs (high-yield investment programs) that used so-called “virtual currencies” like Liberty Reserve, which was later on taken down by authorities.

    • I doubt you heard about it in 2008 considering the first block wasn’t even mined until Jan 3, 2009, the official start of the Bitcoin blockchain.

  6. “I like 3D things that have weight” yet you promote buying gold and keeping it in the vault. This is no different from buying BTC (in fact it’s worse bacause you have to trust some company). You just have a virtual ownership confirmation.

  7. Awesome, Mike. That would create an easy-to-use hedge against a steep crypto market price correction/crash.

    Your video follows along exactly with the video I made recently regarding hedging one’s crypto losses with stablecoins and gold.

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