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Many have. bought and sold cryptocurrenciesAs an investment but also to be able to survive on crypto-based salaries is difficult. 

Alyssa Howell worked in the mining industry for a lot of her life before moving to a bitcoin-wallet business last autumn. All of their employees are paid in bitcoin. The Denver-area resident said learning the ins and outs of the crypto industry — different types of virtual wallets, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and browser extensions — has been quite an education.

Howell (35), who is in investor relations at Exodus, a crypto wallet and bitcoin company, said that it was a steep learning curve. It is a relatively new field, and it moves very quickly.

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There’s always something fresh in crypto, and it has developed.”

Howell has never had digital currencies prior to taking the job. Now she is paid in bitcoin on the first of every month — based on her salary in U.S. dollars. 

Howell said, “If bitcoin costs $50,000 per token and my monthly income is $25,000, then I’ll get half of a Bitcoin.” “Now let’s move on to the second [of the month]Our company determines the price. This means that at some point on each month’s first, the company will announce the bitcoin exchange rate. The company will pay the conversion fees and employees can convert crypto-paychecks into dollars.  

This single mom of two is now all in on crypto. She just bought a house and was unsuccessful in getting a loan from the lender that would accept her Bitcoin income. 

Allysa Howell (left) works as a Crypto-wallet Company that pay all its employees in Bitcoin.

Howell reflected back on her experience and said, “I was disqualified for a mortgage,” “Fortunately, this is not the norm; the world’s changing and evolving.

The lender she found was willing to take her Bitcoin income, and also allowed her to make cryptocurrency-based mortgage payments. But, her loan was just sold. The new servicer does not accept cryptocurrency payments.

Howell stated, “It was an enormous disappointment for me.” He added that “I will have to purchase fiat.” [U.S. dollars]To pay my mortgage and to try to stay in the crypto world.”

Howell claimed that 10% of her bitcoin earnings is kept for retirement savings. She said that she doesn’t worry about how the currency will perform. She said, “I am a long-term cryptographic investor so I don’t have to worry about the volatility of the currency today.” “I am here for the next five, 10 and 20 years.

She added, “That’s where i really see the potential.”

JP Richardson, Exodus CEO, stated that the company’s employees are paid in bitcoin by Exodus to make virtual currencies mainstream. 

Richardson stated, “By backing this technology and by accepting that technology and paying employees for it, we’re saying we believe in the long-term.”

Richardson lives a lot of his personal finances using cryptocurrency. To manage expenses, Richardson keeps enough cash in U.S. dollar to “if, God forbid,” something happened to crypto. 

Prices for Bitcoin have experienced a rollercoaster ride. The priceIt reached a peak of $68,000, but has traded under $30,000 in the past two weeks.

Advisors advise investors not to mix crypto investments with any other financial goals. Make sure that you are adequately covered for emergencies, life and disability insurance as well as enough savings to retire comfortably.  

However, it can be difficult to advise clients.

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Catherine Valega (certified financial planner, chartered alternative investment analyst, Green Bee Advisory) stated that they are trying to determine what the best ways to assist our clients as advisors and fiduciaries.

There are also fees that must be paid when you exchange bitcoin for dollars. 

Joe Biden is President issued an executive orderThe March meeting of regulators was to examine the potential risks and rewards associated with cryptocurrencies.

Financial advisors remind investors and customers that cryptocurrencies don’t offer the same security as traditional brokerage or bank accounts. 

Howell still sees cryptocurrency as the future, and she wants her children to understand its value.

“What is important to me to teach them? That money has value.” she stated. Although you don’t have the ability to see or feel it ourselves, we assign it value.

“I really want to raise them to be responsible and save money.”