A MAN who urged people to invest in Bitcoin at just 71p a piece ten years ago saying it could make them millionaires is now flaunting his lavish lifestyle on social media Fast cars, private jets and yacht trips with glamourous women are a day-to-day reality for smug investor Davinci Jeremie who jumped on the cryptocurrency bandwagon before it became mainstream – allowing him to build his $10million (£7.2million) fortune. The Chilean software developer first spoke about Bitcoin on his YouTube channel back in 2011, hailing it “amazing stuff” as he encouraged people to get involved. Then, in 2013, Davinci implored his viewers to buy Bitcoin for $1 (71p) – advising they were more likely to have success from it than gambling on a Lotto ticket. “Look, for the price of (a) lotto ticket you can hold Bitcoin for 10 years and become a millionaire,” he said. “It’s time you stop living in fear. If it goes to zero you lose $1, who cares. “But if I’m right I want all of you to thank me, it will not make me happy if you come back to me in 10 years saying ‘dude, I wish I listened to you back… Read full this story
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