How Much Money You’d Have Made If You Invested $100 In Bitcoin Ten Years Ago, Visualized – Digg

Isheka N. Harrison
Written by Isheka N. Harrison

What a different 10 years can make. When it comes to Bitcoin investing that difference is approximately $9.2 million dollars! According to Digg, a $100-dollar investment in bitcoin in 2009 would have yielded a $9.2 million return today. This is one of those times when hindsight being 20/20 hurts.

Though Bitcoin’s value has been fluctuating in the market, Digg reports that investor returns from 2009 are still “mind-blowing.” Of the world’s largest Top 10 largest publicly traded companies, Amazon investors come in at a “not-even-close” second with a $3.3 thousand-dollar yield.

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Digg created a graphic to visualize the investment returns. Other companies on the list include Facebook, Apple, Visa, Microsoft, J.P. Morgan, Walmart, Johnson & Johnson and more. Digg describes the enormous yield of bitcoin as “almost flabbergasting” with a growth of 9,150,088 percent.

Let this be a lesson. Instead of splurging that $100 on clothes, food or something perishable that is not a necessity, check the latest stock options. It could make you a multi-millionaire in the next decade.

Investing isn’t as complicated, or expensive, as it may seem.