WSJ: Saving for Retirement? Consider Bitcoin
As one of the most volatile assets in the world, cryptocurrencies are seeking mainstream acceptance in the investment community.
Their next target: your retirement portfolio.
Financial services companies are launching new products and services that will allow more everyday investors to add bitcoin and other virtual currencies to their portfolios for higher returns. Some are launched under names like "CryptoIRA" and "BitcoinIRA".
Interest in digital assets is “exploding,” said Tyrone Ross, CEO of Onramp Invest LLC, which in May began selling more than 100 financial advisors to monitor clients. Software for investing in cryptocurrencies.