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Dan Henry: (00:00)
Hey, everybody in today's episode, we're going to go over how to crush it by investing in cryptocurrency. I have a very, very special guest. Somebody who showed me how to make amazing returns in crypto, and I don't even know anything about crypto and I'm making better returns than in the stock market. So we're going to really dive in here, and this is going to be an amazing episode. Can't wait to get into it.
Dan Henry: (00:45)
All right, everybody, this is an episode I'm really excited about because I have a good friend of mine. Who's going to be coming on in a second. He is a specialist in not just cryptocurrency, but cryptocurrency investing. I'll be honest, I've always put it aside and I've never bothered to learn it until I met this man. His name is Jason BTO. Jason, welcome to the show.
What's up. What's up? How are you guys doing?
Dan Henry: (01:16)
So this is going to be fun, let me give a little bit of background to my audience. We've been friends for what, three years now?
Yeah, at least that.
Dan Henry: (01:27)
Yeah. So, this is how this happened. You can interject if you want, help me tell the story of how we met, but I was hanging out at Water in Tampa, which is like this like sort of like pool party bar type of thing. We had rented out a private area in this VIP area and I'm sitting there. Right? And I'm just hanging out with a buddy of mine, by the way, guys, I had just got divorced all this and I'm hanging out with a buddy of mine and he's got a few girlfriends coming and we're just going to have a good time. Right? So I'm sitting there and all of a sudden I hear something like, "Is that Dan Henry? Is that?" And I looked behind me and here's Jason and...
I had the table right next to you.
Dan Henry: (02:17)
Yes, you did. We had actually, funny enough, we had spoken like maybe a year before that briefly when a buddy of mine, JR just happened to say like, he was on a call with me and you were in the background.
You know what it was, it was because he came to our office and he saw all the Batman and all the stuff. He was like, "Yo, my boy, Dan is all into that two you guys should meet." So it's kind of like that.
Dan Henry: (02:40)
Yeah. Yeah. So, and then we talked for like two seconds, but nothing really came of it. Then you're sitting behind me at this pool party, yeah. Yeah. So, we start talking and about two hours later, we're popping bottles and just having this great old time. So now this is where it gets interesting over the next three years, and you gotta think, right, I've got my business, Jason's big into affiliate marketing and crypto. He educates crypto, we're both internet marketers, and you would have thought that we would, at some point have talked business or even done business. Right? Well, over the next three years we didn't, but we always hung out. We went to bars, we went to nightclubs, rented out nightclubs, partied, did some, you know, post-divorce stress relief at nightclubs just getting wild, which I don't really do anymore.
Dan Henry: (03:38)
That was, you know, I had my phase, Jason definitely helped me through that phase.
We cured it, we cured it.
Dan Henry: (03:46)
Yeah, and so we did a lot of hanging out and all that, but then one day I'm sitting there and I'm thinking like, we've never done business, you know? Now here, and Jason, this is where it got weird for me because I work very hard for my money and all of my money is until recently it's been from me going out there selling and building my company. I didn't get very big into investing until maybe a year ago and I've made some great returns in the stock market and in funds and things like that. But, a lot of people were telling me about cryptocurrency, and.
I was like, all right, I don't know anything about this.
Dan Henry: (04:30)
And I follow Warren Buffet's advice - Don't invest in anything you don't understand. So one day, and this wasn't even that long ago, man. This was like, what a month and a half ago. I call you up, and I'm like," Hey, you know, a little bit about crypto right?" And I was obviously joking, cause that's your thing, and I said, "Can you explain it to me?" So you hop on a call and you actually explained it to me where I understand it. So I said to Jason, "Do you have like a, a course or a mastermind or something I can buy?" And you said, "Yeah. " So I buy it, Right? And because you're my boy, you spent a little extra time with me. Let's just be transparent here, and I'll give you the floor in a second, but this is the funny part.
Dan Henry: (05:13)
You get on a call with me. You show me how to set up my wallet. You show me where to put the money and how to do all this. I'm not going to get into numbers here, but I will say this out of every, literally out of every investment I've ever made, okay, we're talking real estate, we're talking stocks, we're even talking, investing in companies. I looked at everything and what you showed me how to do with crypto far and above exceeded in return, anything I'd ever done. I've worked with investment advisors, top people that have managed big hedge funds and the guy that I get drunk with is the guy that makes me the most money. So, I just wanted to say that when it comes to cryptocurrency, man, you've made a believer out of me. You are the man. So I'd like to just sorta have you take the floor and just tell my audience, how did you even get involved in this? How did you learn about crypto? Get into it to where you're at the point now where you're just absolutely just crushing. It.
I'll be honest with you, man. It came out of necessity because you know, like, as you said, we were both doing internet marketing. At one point I had an offer and I had 15,000 people paying me 30 bucks a month. So we're doing some good numbers and all of a sudden PayPal and Stripe just turn off our account and shuts us down, so the whole business just completely goes away overnight. I was frantic about how do I collect money, because these places where I've been used to, just turn it off. It's kinda crazy 'cause come full circle, Paypal now is saying, "Hey, we're gonna let people invest with crypto and everything in 2021". Back in 2016, 2015, they were actually strikes against you when they found out that you were selling anything related to crypto education or anything like that now automatically just ex'd you.
I was actually selling information on social media like Snapchat and Instagram and how to grow your brand and social media related stuff and they turned me off. So I actually found crypto that way because I was trying to figure out a way to collect money, I was doing high-end masterminds and stuff like that. I hated when people would pay PayPal and then they'd go through the course and everything, and then they'd have a bad month or whenever things would be, and they would just charge back. It just blew my mind that I would be able to spend all my time and put all my work up and then so they can just come in, 'cause they made a bad decision or whatever and charge it back. So I really, I kind of fell in love with crypto because of that.
Then I started looking at the world's finances and seeing how money really works and how inflated our dollar really is. It's just amazing to me how much of an I.O.U. system there is out there in the world and how the governments and the powers that be, so to say, play such a big role in how society views every single part of our financial system. Let's just put it like that and crypto to me is like a breath of fresh air because for the first time it actually gives the responsibility to the person. You are your own bank and you're in charge of your own stuff. You're not dealing with the middleman, paying all these extra fees and all this extra stuff. Fiat currency as a whole I've watched entire countries where their dollar's like paper in the street, where the government doesn't even add value to the money anymore.
I'm not saying that's what's gonna happen to the American dollar, but I'm saying they're out here printing billions and trillions of dollars giving it away for relief and this money's got to come from somewhere. So I liked the fact that the cryptocurrency was actually a deflationary safe route. The Fiat seemed to be inflationary where everything was getting more, the dollar buying power was going down, and then the power of the digital dollar, I guess you could say is going up. Even with the stock market, recently whenever the coronavirus had happened and Trump shut down everything, and the stock market crashed and crypto crashed, to this point where we're at now, we've already 300% back from where crypto was to where it is now. That was just amazing to me that in the biggest economic downturn the world's ever seen pretty much, I would say this has been, crypto and everything to do with digital currencies is shining above everything else, to the point where Venmo and PayPal and the biggest companies in the world, Facebook's making a coin, everybody's tapping into the blockchain and here I've been doing it for years and years and years.
So I'm just really excited that this passion of mine that I've been working on for so long, has started to become more mainstream where everybody's trying to figure out how to do it. Then we've been crushing it for so long that it kind of puts me in a great position. So that's pretty much how it went down.
Dan Henry: (10:51)
So let me ask you this, so the reason you got into this was that you needed to take payments and, we all know that with PayPal and for that matter Stripe and a lot of these different payment processors, they ultimately at any point can just say, "Nope, we're keeping your money."
Yeah. They hate affiliate markers, especially. Right?
Dan Henry: (11:12)
Right. Or I mean, it's not just affiliate marketers they hate really, there are other industries, but honestly, it's any offer they deem that they...Really it's just up to them. Honestly, they can just change their mind at any point. I find it ironic that now they're accepting it, think about this for a second. Look back at the dotcom boom, right? Way back when 20, 30 years ago, I remember my father, he's like, "I don't know about this internet thing. I think it's a flash in the pan, you know?" Now it's literally a part of our everyday lives. Then you have, of course, social media and in the beginning, social media, people didn't take it seriously. "Oh, this is a fad, you know?"
Dan Henry: (12:00)
Now literally everybody checks their social media probably 50 times a day. So I believe that cryptocurrency is another instance wherein the beginning everybody's like, "Oh, it's a scam" and, "Oh, it's this and it's that." Now all of a sudden you got PayPal announcing that they're going to accept cryptocurrency as payment. I mean, you don't get any more validation than a company that says, "If you have anything to do with crypto, or if you have anything to do with this thing, we are banning you." And then a few years later, they're like, "Hey, well, we'll accept this as payment.
So a Chase bank guy did the same thing. He denounced crypto and said that's a scam or whatever and then now he's coming out with his own coin. So it's just really coming full circle and to add on to your point, Airbnb, Uber, it's like the evolution of the world. You know, Netflix put Blockbuster out of business. We're in a society where they don't even want you near each other no less passing around cash that's been through a million different people's hands or whatever. With all this social distancing and things going on in the world, it would make sense to have a digital currency, a digital way to send money back and forth. The fees are less, it's more secure and it's got a lot more potential as far as development-wise.
You know, what's really happening is people at the largest scale of business are building blockchain projects behind the scenes and I know because I'm in the top masterminds of the world with this, and I see what's happening. We're moving towards a society that's going to rely on the blockchain for a lot more things and because of the way it's built, there's only so many, Okay. So supply and demand when the demand goes up and the supply decreases, the price goes up.
Dan Henry: (13:50)
Well, let's talk about that for a second. Think about this, right? I was thinking about this earlier, imagine if you would've gotten into Uber when it was really low, right? When they went public or imagine, think of all the people in the dotcom boom, that bought up domain names that are now worth millions of dollars, they got in early, and that is the key. Those who move fast, reap the rewards, people who got into dotcom early reap the rewards, people who got into Facebook early reap the rewards, people that got into Uber early reap the rewards I mean, Tim Ferris is a well-known early-stage investor. He invested in all those different types of companies. You just saw, I forget who it was, but didn't somebody just put something like a billion dollars into crypto or something like that?
Yes. I've seen that. It was recent.
Dan Henry: (14:52)
Do you remember who was who? It was a big news story about some big investor or something like that. Not sure I have to look that one up. Yeah. It was some, I don't remember. It was some, they put like a billion dollars into it. Here's the thing right now we are at a moment where there is an opportunity just like there was with the dotcom boom. Just like there was with social media, just like there was with Uber we're at this moment. As well, think about this, our entire society and the world just got changed by this pandemic. Think about this. You have coins and I mean like physical coins, paper, money that is exchanged through hands. I mean, if there's one way to spread a virus, that's it. You know, it's not unreasonable to think that one of the ways to move forward in society is through a digital currency, because of a cashless society, right? If you studied human evolution, you know that that's where we're going to go eventually, no matter what, whether this pandemic happened or not, this simply accelerated it.
Dan Henry: (15:57)
So here's the thing I w w we don't have to cover exact investment strategies because that can get pretty complicated right now, because I know that there is more, and I know, cause you showed me there, there's more than just buying coins and waiting for them to go up. That is one that is a popular one, but there are other ways to make money with crypto that you've shown me. I want to give our listeners a chance to get more information about that at the end of the show. We're going to give you a special link. I'll tell you why that link exists because I had to get on Jason's case about that for a second.
Dan Henry: (16:45)
Jason, you're a very good educator. Okay. You sat down with me and you showed me stuff that I just instantly understood. Whereas for the last three years, I really haven't been able to understand anything about cryptocurrency. Let me just say the opportunity right now, if you're sitting there saying, "I wish I'd got into Uber, I wish I would've got into Facebook. I wish I would've (if you're old enough) I wish I would've got into the dotcom boom." If you're yet again, sitting here wondering, "Am I going to miss the next big thing?" Well, yeah, you are going to miss the next big thing if you don't pay very close attention to this podcast, because crypto, in my opinion, is the next big thing. All roads point to it. And so...
Well, let me step back for one second and it's more than just crypto. It's the blockchain technology.
Dan Henry: (17:37)
Can you explain that? What is the blockchain?
So the blockchain is a ledger of basically who gave what to who, and it can be used in a million different circumstances, but it's just an indisputable way to track exactly who gave who to what and ownership of what. Whether it be a financial thing, like some of the cryptocurrencies are financial, some are in health, some are in games, some are in education, some are in fundamentals like post office related, mechanical things who owns what, some are in validation because look how much knockoff stuff there is out there. Every major brand has knockoffs.
Well, imagine if you could validate because it's on the blockchain, you know your pair of Red Bottoms or Gucci or Louis or whatever is real because it's tied to a blockchain NFT, Non-Fungible Token that says it's a certificate of authenticity to that shoe. You know it's real because you can go right in there and look at it. What I really love about blockchain is it's transparent. So you can literally see exactly what has happened, and where it's going. There's no way for people to lie, cheat, and steal because it's all right there on the blockchain. So I think when it comes down to like voting, maybe taxes, maybe how people spend budgets, there are a million different ways that crypto or blockchain specifically will help make the world a better place. So there are all these developers that are making over 2,000 crypto projects right now. It's not just Bitcoin, Bitcoin's the granddaddy, but there are all these other projects, very similar to what happened with the dotcom boom, where AOL and some of the big ones took off first, and then all of a sudden, there's all these other, dotcoms now there's hundreds of millions of dot-com names out there. That's the direction we're going in with blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Dan Henry: (19:38)
Awesome. Awesome. By the way, I did look up the investments and there's a ton of them. Stoneridge put 115 million into Bitcoin, the founder of Square put 50 million, the billion-dollar company, MicroStrategy did 250 million. There's actually a huge list and it all happened in August and October. Now let me ask you this, let's do some rapid-fire questions here. I think what we've covered so far is that Bitcoin and not just Bitcoin, but cryptocurrency, in general, is a massive opportunity and it's an opportunity that you need to get in now if you don't want to miss the train yet again, but let's do some rapid-fire questions. Okay. Let's I'm gonna fire some rapid questions at you. Let's try to do like a 30 second or less answer and really try to just tack on the value here. So, number one, because I know this is a huge objection to have, why is holding money in cryptocurrency safe and secure?
Why is it safe and secure? There's absolutely no way for someone to hack into it. The privacy of a cryptocurrency transaction is literally the safest place that could ever be. Mathematically speaking there's not a safer place to keep any amount of money than in a cryptographic, because of the way it is, it's a math problem. You have to have the key in order to open the vault. So it's very similar to you getting in the car with your little key that turns your car on without having that key, you get in, the car does nothing.
Dan Henry: (21:20)
Well, one could argue, "Okay, well, what happens if somebody hot wires, the car?" Is there any way to hotwire your wallet, per se?
No, there's not really a way to hotwire. Somebody could steal your private keys and then they would have access to the coins. That happens with anything you could get stolen, your password, not even your password. It's a huge long chain of letters and numbers, right?
Dan Henry: (21:46)
It's like 12 words, right?
Yeah, that'd be your mnemonic phrase and there's also a private key to each wallet, which is 60, 70 characters long. There's no way anybody could come up with that. They would have to literally take it.
Dan Henry: (21:59)
So what's the safest way to protect that key?
Well, what I do is I put it on hard wallets, which basically means that I have to actually plug the device into my computer. Then I have to type in a code on my device to unlock the device and the device holds my private key. If I were to happen to lose the device... I use a Trezor, Trezor, not IO about a hundred bucks, and if you happen to lose the Trezor device, they have a backup phrase that you could keep in your safe or something like that, and that would allow you to just reinstall it on a new Trezor device. So that's what I think the safest way is because you have a physical device that you literally have to plug in your computer, type in your code, and that unlocks the wallet. That's the best in my opinion.
Dan Henry: (22:51)
Okay. So ultimately if you had that and I mean, you could put it in a safety deposit box, you could put it in your safe, but ultimately in order for somebody to steal your crypto, they would have to pretty much put a gun to your head and make you type in your phrase. Right?
Yeah. Well, and they've got to have your computer with the thing plugged in, type your code, and yeah.
Dan Henry: (23:14)
Got it. Okay. But really there's no difference between that and holding somebody for ransom. I mean...
For that matter, you can keep your device in a safety deposit box in the bank too. Right? We're safe, you know?
Dan Henry: (23:28)
Yeah, that's what I was thinking. And that's where you would store the money, or not the money.
Well right, 'cause you don't have to physically have the device in your hand to send money to it. So you could keep your device in the bank and have your wallet address and when money comes in just send it over to your device that's in the safety deposit box.
Dan Henry: (23:51)
You know, what's funny is I've done so well with it from what you showed me and I still don't even know the specifics of it. So if anybody out here is a beginner and wondering if this could work for you, I mean, I'm definitely still a beginner. I asked the dumbest questions. I'm pretty sure Jasons super annoyed with me.
Speaker 4: (24:12)
I pretty much feel like there's no such thing as a dumb question. The only dumb question is the one unasked. I do have, you know, 500 members that I've gone through from start to finish with, it's something I really enjoy to do though. I feel like it's a passion of mine. So it's kind of like, I'm not really at work because I enjoy talking about this stuff and there are not that many people. If you look at the big scheme of things, this is a very small niche. There are not that many people so I love talking about it when I find somebody that's interested I love talking about it 'cause I don't really get to talk about it in my daily life.
Dan Henry: (24:47)
Most of the people that I've seen talking about it, they're kind of like these little scammer marketers that you hear about it, something from Nigeria or whatever and I'll be honest with you, man. I probably would not have believed it unless I hung out with you and literally you're like showing me your phone. You're showing me the money. That's what made me believe just because I'm so unfamiliar with it. So that's why I decided to do it and it's funny because after you explained it to me you told me to start out small and I might've started out a little bit bigger than you expect that. I remember you laughing about it, but it paid off. So let's do another rapid-fire question. Okay. So in terms of not just Bitcoin, right? There are all these different coins other than Bitcoin. In terms of investing in coins and them going up, can you give me an example of perhaps a coin that you invested in or maybe just people invested in and it went up and maybe why it went up? Can you talk a little bit more about that?
Speaker 4: (26:06)
Yeah. So recently, the one that I got in that did pretty well was Chain Link, and whenever Trump basically said that we're banning travel to Europe and declared a state of emergency and everything like that, Bitcoin and the stock market, Bitcoin, crypto, everything fell. So, Chain Link went down to $1.50 and I got quite a bit of it. Actually, my mom who's over 60 years old, got in it and was able to make her first chunk of change because it went from $1.50 to over $10 in a matter of a couple of months.
Dan Henry: (26:54)
Hold on, go back. So let me just whip out my calculator. Let's just say that you took, I don't know, 10 grand. Okay. So you took 10 grand and if I divide $10,000 by $1.50 that's 6,666. I don't know what it's called, it's not shares, right? It's just coins. Okay. So 6,666 coins. So you said it went from $1.50 to what? It's like $12.50 right now. Okay. So that is 11.50 profits. So if I multiply 6,666 by 11.50, that is a $76,666 profit on a $10,000 investment. And in what time period did it go from 1.5 to 10 or 12?
Three months, three and a half months.
Dan Henry: (27:47)
Three and a half months, three and a half. That's like a 760% return in 90 days.
Yeah, it's just getting started too, but there's a lot of projects like that, man, that I've just really exponentially grown. That's just one of the more recent ones that just happened, in the last six months. What I look at is where their all-time high was and where they're at now. You know there's been several times that the crypto markets have dropped down where people like, "Oh, it's a bubble it's crashing." There are these coins that have stuck right there, even during those times, they didn't go out of business. They kept to being strong, secure coins. Then as the market went back up, they shot right back up too. So there's a lot of projects, not only new projects that are when I say new, the past couple of years, but there are ones that have been around for five, six years, that have gone through a couple of cycles as we'd like to call them, of the up and down markets and they stayed strong.
So those are the kinds of projects that I diversify my funds in. As I make all these passive investments every day on the income every day I take and I reinvest into these secure coins, as I like to call them, for the long-term haul, because I'm a little, I'm a long term believer in this. You know, what it really is, to be honest, and Dan, you could probably feel my pain here, but we got little ones, man. I was thinking so in 20 years or so, or 30 years when, you know, maybe my daughter or your son needs the money if I've been holding cash all this time and, you look at the past history of the American dollar gas used to be super cheap milk used to be 5 cents.
Everything used to be super cheap. Now it's $5 for a gallon of milk. It's two, $3 for a gallon of gas. So the buying power of a dollar over the last 30, 40 years, where has it gone and, and where's it going? And so I was trying to look at well, what can I invest in gold? Okay. Precious metals. Okay. Real estate. Okay. Let me get some digital stuff that could have that exponential growth. That way when I come to leave my hard-earned life savings to my family, they actually have something that's worth something or worth way more than me just putting it into a 401k or some kind of retirement plan. So it was more about my family's financial future generational wealth is where I was kind of, you know, the passion burns deep inside me because I want to leave my kids something that's actually gonna be worth something.
Dan Henry: (30:26)
Yeah. That makes a lot of sense. Okay, so on that point, one of the reasons, people, talk about penny stocks is because you can get in for such a low price and they can have such upside, but anybody that invests in stocks knows that for the most part, penny stocks, there's no real basis for them. They're like people who own companies in their garage. This is an opportunity where the same upside exists, but this is real stuff here. These are real projects. Let me just ask you, you told me about something a while back that I was very interested in and it was called "the halving", can you explain what the halving is and why it causes the value of these coins to go up when the last having was, and when you expect this to happen again?
Okay. So basically every four years the halving happens and what that is, it's the number of Bitcoins. So every 10 minutes of the block gets mined. What that means is all the transactions that happen in those 10 minutes get recorded, and all the computers that are mining the block, they basically agree on who gave what to who, and whoever solves that problem gets a reward, which, I believe it was in may that the last halving was 12.5 Bitcoin that got given out. Then the halving means that only gives them half. So now there's only 6.25 and four years from then, three and a half years from now, they'll have another one, then they'll only give away 3.25 Bitcoin. So basically they give away less and less reward, but the electricity costs and all the costs of creating the Bitcoins, stay the same.
So, you know, with the law of supply and demand, when you have an asset that basically is getting less and less produced every 10 minutes by a half. So there's been now three halvings. So as this goes on, there's going to be less and less Bitcoin produced every 10 minutes, but the same cost to keep everything going, it's going to make the price go up because that has to, it has to go up too, because the miners, the people that are actually keeping track of all the transactions, they're the ones that touch it first. So they kind of put the price on it because they say, "Okay, well, we're willing to sell it for this much based on how much it costs us to create it." Okay. So as time goes on, it's actually a deflationary project because people lose access to private keys where they can't access their crypto anymore so it's literally dead. They also give away less and less of them per 10-minute block. Okay? So those two aspects amount, plus with the fact that there's going to be so many more people now that PayPal and Venmo, and...
Dan Henry: (33:42)
Oh, that's right. Venmo accepts it now or will be accepting it now too, as well.
Speaker 4: (33:46)
Paypal and Venmo and there are a lot of really big companies exchanges, major exchanges, where you can buy, sell, and trade crypto, just like you do everything else. You know, whether it be a Forex exchange or a stock exchange, the crypto signals are on there and they're able to be traded against. So as more and more awareness happens for cryptocurrency and Bitcoin, and there's less and less supply the price goes up.
Dan Henry: (34:15)
I know I saw a coin that you showed me 58% in three weeks, man where do you get returns like that? 58% in three weeks, that's nuts.
I don't want to give away what that is, but what I like best about that project is not only do I earn money as the coin value goes up. I also earn daily dividends, which helps me offset some of my cost of living and stuff like that. I can actually spend that money each day two times a day, I get paid on that. So not only is the value of the coin going up but also I get paid for holding it basically, which is kind of a cool concept. So I like it, it gives me daily passive income, that I can spend on whatever I want or I can invest in other coins or I can put back into the project and multiply my bag, I guess you could say.
Dan Henry: (35:15)
Well, I'll be reinvesting. I know that.
Exactly you can stack your bag up. There's a, there's a bunch of different ways to do it. There are all these cool projects, well let's talk about this for second, smart contracts. So what a smart contract is, it's basically a computer program that does exactly what it's told and once it’s started, it can't be changed. So there's a bunch of smart contracts and crypto projects that are coming out or have been out that are really taking the world by storm, in the DeFi, The Deregulated Finance space, and the decentralized app space, which all the games and stuff.
Dan Henry: (35:56)
Let's do this now. I don't want to make people's heads explode, but let's do this. I think that if we can give people a little bit more lengthy training on this and a little bit more organized training, it'll really help people understand it. I came to you about two weeks ago and I said, "Jason, you have a really great cryptocurrency mastermind. It does really well." I bought it. It does, it did well for me. I know the people in it do well. I said, “How do you sell it?" You told me you sell it over freaking an order page and you tell people about it or whatever. And I said, "Jason, why don't you do a webinar?" And I know you've done webinars in the past, but for this particular one, you hadn't done a webinar yet.
Dan Henry: (36:50)
Right? I’ve made 15 million doing webinars, and I know that you were planning on doing it, but I said, "Jason, dude, do the webinar. Like you got to do a webinar for this right now. This is such a great product. The fact that it doesn't have a webinar is painful to me." So I think I little fire under your butt and two weeks later you had the webinar done. You sent it over to me, I thought it was fantastic. I'd really like to share it with my audience because it really breaks things down tremendously and if somebody would be interested in getting into your crypto mastermind, which by the way, I think you are massively, massively, massively, massively undercharging for, we'll have to talk about that later, what they can do is they can watch this webinar, get some education, and then if they feel like they want to get even more education and get personal help from you and your team, they'll have an opportunity to do that.
Dan Henry: (37:53)
So I’d like to share that webinar now with your permission.
That's fine. We'll do it.
Dan Henry: (37:59)
All right. Awesome. So if you go, and I already set you up a link here, if you've got to getclients.com/crypto, you can watch a very well put together training by Jason. That will take what you learned in this podcast and sort of organize it and really allow you to wrap your head around it. If you decide to get into his mastermind let me just tell you that the sooner, the better. You should honestly do it right now, and here is why. As soon as we end this podcast, I'm going to try my very best to convince Jason to 5 to 10 X his price on this mastermind, right? Because you guys know me, you know, I believe people should raise their prices.
Dan Henry: (38:42)
So if you are interested in learning how to do this and believe me, the time is now, the opportunity is here. This is another Uber. This, in my opinion, it's another Uber. It's another Facebook. It's another. And look, I am not an investment specialist, but I am a very, very good entrepreneur and I know opportunities when I see them. I have personal growth in this with Jason's advice and help. If you're interested in getting in and not sitting there two or three years from now saying, I can't believe I missed that. This is your opportunity. As well, like I said, Jason is massively undercharging for his help.
I'll tell you what I'll do too, Dan, just because it's your people, I'll give a crazy bonus man to like 10 people, man, I'll get a crazy bonus in there.
Dan Henry: (39:32)
First 10 people. So let me, hold on. I'll ask you what the bonuses in a second, but let's just make this clear for the first 10 people that listen to this podcast episode, go to getclients.com/crypto register for your webinar, watched the webinar and take the offer and get your mastermind, what is the bonus they're going, gonna get?
I'll give them free One-On-One coaching the same way I did for you, Dan.
Dan Henry: (39:54)
Are you kidding me right now?
Where I'd jump on zoom and just screen share and make it so easy. Only the 10 people though.
Dan Henry: (40:00)
What? Dude, first of all, you're already undercharging for this program and that's another reason why I'm encouraging people to get it because I am going to convince you to raise the price dramatically, but you're actually, the first time people you're going to jump on and... I know I misheard you. You and them One-On-One like you did for me? Well see, now I don't feel as special, hahaha!
I'm gonna pay it forward Dan, that's what I'm gonna do.
Dan Henry: (40:31)
Guys, if you don't hop on this right now, you crazy, because this is a guy that earns some serious coin, no pun intended. He's willing to open up his laptop, get on a Zoom session with you and show you how to do this if you get into his mastermind, which is again just so underpriced. I don't know what to say. We're going to fix that, but you need to jump now guys, go to getclients.com/crypto. I give my endorsement to Jason simply because of this: this is not a situation where he and I met at a conference and he's like, "Hey Dan, promote my webinar and I'll give you half." No, no, no. This is a situation where he literally showed me how to invest in crypto. I did exactly what he said, and I got a better return than any stock, any company, any fund, any real estate, anything I've ever done and I'm not joking.
Dan Henry: (41:25)
So this is a personal recommendation simply because I know what he teaches works and look, I am not experienced in crypto. I am a beginner and he still explained it to me in a way that I understood it and I was able to do it and it was quick. It took me like six months to learn how to do stocks. You explained this to me in a couple of days. So I'm very grateful for that and that's honestly why I brought you on to, as you said, pay it forward. I wanted to interview you. I want to give you some exposure to my audience and I wanted to recommend your product...
We're going to do what's right by everybody because, at the end of the day, this is literally the future of money, man. So you guys definitely check it out because you're definitely going to get some value.
Dan Henry: (42:26)
Awesome, man, thank you so much for coming on and taking your time and sharing. I hope, well, I know that in a few years, we're going to look back on this and go, boy, we were right. You know, because I mean, all signs point to it. The way society is going, you've got PayPal jumping on it. You've got billionaires jumping on it. You've got Venmo. I mean, these companies would not start accepting it and not invest hundreds of millions of dollars into it. If they didn't believe, I mean these are the smartest people in the world.
Let me tell you one more thing, this also works for the guy that only has a hundred bucks too. So that's another big thing 'cause a lot of people that are out there are like, "Oh, I don't want to get in." 'Cause the Bitcoin's $13,000, they don't have the money to get it. You don't have to buy a whole Bitcoin. You can get in and put a hundred bucks up and it'll work the exact same as if you put in a hundred grand. So that's another big thing too, is it doesn't really matter the amount of money you have to put up and it's all exactly the same.
Dan Henry: (43:23)
Right. Right. Whereas with other investments, there are minimum investments. That's a great point. I'll just leave you guys with this. If you sit there at the end of this podcast, you say "This all sounds great, Dan", but maybe you're saying, "You know what, Dan, you and Jason, I don't think you're smart enough to know that this is going to blow up." Well fine. You don't think we're smart enough to know it. Well, let me tell you this, as I said, you got billionaires, you got CEOs of Venmo, CEOs of PayPal. They are smart. I don't think we're dummies, but I think...
You could always short it too. If you really feel like it's going the other way.
Dan Henry: (44:03)
You got some of the smartest people in the world, investing hundreds of millions of dollars into crypto and starting to accept crypto. Everybody's always saying, "Oh, they know something we don't." Well, look, they know that this is the future of money and early adopters, just like in the dotcom, just like in Uber, just like in all of that, people who get in first reap the most rewards. I'm in, I'm ready. You know, you may not see me doing this podcast in a few years if these coins keep going.
Dan Henry: (44:36)
So listen, man, thank you so much for coming on. Once again, getclients.com/crypto, watch the webinar, and for the first 10 people Jason's going to hop on a one-on-one with you and get you all set up, show you how to do your wallet.
You got to go through Dan's link to get the bonus though. I'm not doing that for everybody.
Dan Henry: (44:52)
Yeah. Yeah. Oh my gosh. We'd never get to hang out again, but he will, he'll show you how to set up a wallet, all that stuff. So, all right, guys, thank you so much, and hope you enjoy this episode. I will see you in the next.