‘How we make money? AML Bitcoin giveaway’

By WND Staff


WASHINGTON – What’s the game plan for a struggling pioneer in independent media facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles erected by the “Digital Cartel”?

How will WND beat the odds and raise enough money not just to survive but prosper?

WND founder Joseph Farah is betting the answer is a Bitcoin giveaway campaign.

How can you possibly make money giving away Bitcoin, the hottest investment in the world today?

Farah is resuming a fund-raising campaign for WND today, but this time he’s not just begging. He’s offering a premium of free Bitcoin – not just any, mind you, but the latest entry into the cybercurrency sweepstakes with patented anti-theft and anti-hacking technology – to donors based on the amount they give.

“This may be the first fund-raising campaign in which donors end up getting their money back and maybe then some,” says Farah.

Take part in in WND’s AML Bitcoin giveaway! Click here!

The new player in the cybercurrency marketplace is AML Bitcoin, which recently unveiled a TV commercial the company made for the Super Bowl that was snubbed by NBC and the NFL.

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AML Bitcoin is relying on patented anti-theft technology designed to foil hackers – whether they are common thieves, terrorists, or even rogue nations like North Korea. The company is banking on its unique advantages turning the AML Bitcoin into the new gold standard of cybercurrencies.

WND has purchased a limited quantity of AML Bitcoin with this patented anti-theft technology and is today offering them as free gifts to those who donate to WND $100 or more. The offer is likely to change if the price of the new Bitcoin rises as expected.

“While no one has an ability to predict digital-currency prices, which seem to soar daily, it is very likely that the AML Bitcoin, the world’s only patent-pending digital currency with anti-terrorism and anti-theft features, will be worth more in a week, a month, a year from now than it is today,” said Farah. “Original bitcoin was worth 8 cents 10 years ago – today it is valued at almost $10,000!”

Farah just wants to be clear that WND is not selling these Bitcoin tokens.

“We are offering them to donors as a premium for their donations to WND, to ensure that we can continue to do our bold work and carry out our mission – bringing you the truth without fear of favor. It’s a gift – a way of saying thank-you, no strings attached.”

For a $100 donation to WND, contributors will receive 10 AML Bitcoin tokens. How much is that worth? The introductory price is expected to be $1.25 each, but the value is unlimited, depending on the demand of the marketplace. Sale prices fluctuate with some Bitcoin products exceeding thousands of dollars per unit. For a $250 donation to WND, contributors will get 25 AML Bitcoin tokens. For a $500 donation, they get 50 AML Bitcoins – and so on.

“Because we are so grateful for the donations we received from our subscribers in January and February, we just want to give back,” said Farah. “Remember, we are in the battle of our lives to preserve the free press in a hostile environment controlled by a new class of Cyber Overlords who would like to bring about our extinction and the demise of all independent media.”

Farah adds: “The very name AML Bitcoin is derived from an important term – ‘anti-money-laundering.’ This is the unique advantage the company brings to the marketplace – and it’s a big one. Criminals, terrorists and rogue nations drive down the value of digital currencies because of their hacking efforts. It stands to reason that the first company pioneering patented technology that stymies the theft will raise the value of its product. That would allow governments and large corporations to use digital currency without fear of terrorist infiltration.”

Because of its unique features, AML BitCoin has the potential to become one of the world’s most valuable digital currencies, overcoming the challenges facing other cryptocurrencies.

Why? AML BitCoin is the first and only digital currency that cannot be stolen, hacked or compromised.

“I hope you will take us up on this offer,” says Farah. “I don’t know how long we can offer it. The offer will almost surely change if, as I suspect, the price of AML Bitcoins rises dramatically in the days ahead.”


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