Case Study: Chris & Lisa

Crypto Doubters Double Super In Under 2 Years…

A bit about Chris & Lisa:

Chris & Lisa were introduced to NGS through a friend, and initially had a bit of scepticism towards cryptocurrency and Bitcoin. After a few more conversations with their account representative, Chris & Lisa decided to invest a small amount of $2000 in mid 2018.

While this amount didn’t seem like much at the time, Chris & Lisa’s small amount of $2000 has to date generated an incredible $4995.91 – that’s a 228.43% ROI in just 3 short years.

It was this level of success that lead them to invest further with NGS, this time using their superannuation. After setting up an SMSF, Chris & Lisa started with $40,000 in their first super-based IMA just over a year after their first investment. The results?

In under 2 years, Chris & Lisa were able to double their invested super – pulling an incredible $44,516.99 in profit!

This successful return of 113.52% has lead them to continue with NGS, setting up another IMA in their super. We couldn’t be happier for Chris & Lisa and what they’ve been able to achieve, and can’t wait to see the results of their new IMA over the next 5 years!

Invested
Invested WithCash & Superannuation
Total Agreements3
First AgreementJuly 2018
Starting Amount$2000.00
Total Invested$86,400.00
Currently Invested$86,400.00
Withdrawals To Date
Withdrawn0.80891272 BTC
Approx. Value$44,516.99
Current Position
Current Balance0.20552337 BTC
Current Approx. Balance$64,525.14
Overall Position
Total Rewards1.01443609 BTC
Total Gain$49,978.59
Overall Position$136,378.59
Total ROI57.85%

Case Study Disclaimer:

The information in this case study is for educational purposes and is general information only. It should not be taken as constituting financial advice from the website owner – NGS Crypto (NGS Crypto PTY LTD). Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance. NGS Crypto is a technology company and we always recommend that you do your own research and seek relevant independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice to see how this case study and information relates to your unique circumstances. NGS Crypto is not liable for any loss caused, whether due to negligence or otherwise arising from the use of, or reliance on, the information provided directly or indirectly, by use of this case study. All names, photos or other identifying information has been altered to protect clients’ identities and privacy and therefore, will not be accurate, factual or correct. All clients current account balances have been calculated based on a Bitcoin (BTC) price of $31,726.80 USD, as calculated on 19/07/2021. All clients’ account withdrawals have been based on the ‘Close’ price of Bitcoin, in USD (US Dollar), from information provided by Yahoo Finance (finance.yahoo.com). As this information is provided by a 3rd party source, it is taken in good faith, however, should not be taken as factual nor relied upon for complete accuracy of results, returns or profit.

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