Cryptocurrencies are a speculative investment and involve a high degree of economic risk and burden including, without limitation, the possibility of complete loss of all invested capital. Investors must have knowledge and experience in financial and business matters, including knowledge regarding the cryptocurrency market, must be capable of evaluating the merits and risks of an investment in cryptocurrency, and must have the willingness to bear the risks of their investments.

Information provided by, Inc is not intended to be, nor should it be construed or used as investment, tax or legal advice, a recommendation, or an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, an interest in cryptocurrencies., Inc and its directors, officers, managers, agents, representatives, consultants, independent contractors and employees have not made and will not make, at any time, any representations, guarantees, or warranties to any investor, expressly or implicitly, with respect to the cryptocurrency market or any investments made therein. Investors are expected to conduct their own independent examination of the cryptocurrencies market, and are advised to consult with their own legal counsel or tax advisors. All investors should keep the following factors in mind when deciding whether to invest in the cryptocurrency market:

  • An investor could lose all of his or her investment in cryptocurrencies. As such, an investment in cryptocurrencies is suitable only for investors who can afford the total loss of their investment in cryptocurrencies.
  • The federal income tax consequences of an investment in cryptocurrencies are complicated and, may be in some instances, uncertain. In addition, the income tax laws may change in the future, possibly in ways that could adversely affect an investment in cryptocurrencies. Any change in the law or in any interpretation of the law could be retroactive with respect to the investment transactions commenced or even completed before the date of the change.
  • The income tax consequences of an investment in cryptocurrencies may be examined by the Internal Revenue Service (the “IRS”) or by state or local taxing authorities. Any such examination could result in an adjustment of items shown on an investor’s tax returns.  An investor could incur substantial legal and accounting costs in challenging an IRS adjustment, even if that challenge ultimately were successful.
  • An investment in cryptocurrencies should be made only with discretionary capital set aside strictly for speculative purposes.
  • Cryptocurrencies have limited operating history or performance.
  • Fees and expenses associated with a cryptocurrencies investment, including but not limited to, legal and accounting fees and expenses as noted above, may be substantial.

The above summary is not a complete list of all risks associated with investing in the cryptocurrency market. Any investment in cryptocurrencies is subject to all the risks and disclosures set forth in any and all definitive customer agreements by and between an investor and, Inc, or between any of, Inc’s integrated partners or any other third party service provider that will perform all custodial, cryptocurrency trading, and electronic wallet activities and services for investors.

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Effective as of: December 27, 2017
Last updated: December 27, 2017

Invest in bitcoin, ethereum, & more in your IRA or 401(k)


How it Works

  • 1Complete Your IRA Application
  • 2Transfer Your Funds
  • 3Buy Your Cryptocurrency
  • 4Set Up Your Wallet