Helping you move Superannuation Funds to a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) and Bitcoin.

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We are dedicated to empowering Bitcoiners like you with free, comprehensive resources to invest your superannuation into Bitcoin through a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF). In an industry often hesitant to embrace Bitcoin, we help unravel crucial questions: 

We believe that with the right knowledge and precautions, your super funds can effectively unlock the potential of this revolutionary digital asset.

While we proudly provide this guidance for those eager to navigate the process themselves, we also understand that some people may need more personalised assistance or simply might not have the time to manage it all. That's where our sister service, The Bitcoin Adviser, steps in. 

As a globally recognised entity, The Bitcoin Adviser provides expert guidance for high net worth individuals and bitcoiners seeking to invest their super into Bitcoin securely and with peace of mind.

Unlock the full potential of your retirement funds with our in-depth Bitcoin and SMSF How to Guide. Tailored to guide you through every step, this resource is your key to confidently navigating the intricacies of self-managed superannuation and the dynamic world of Bitcoin storage.

Bitcoin Alive 2023

I'm thrilled to share my presentation from April at Bitcoin Alive 2023 in Sydney, Australia. 

My talk, titled "Bitcoin Alive 2023 - Bitcoin for SMSFs," focused on my personal journey of investing my superannuation in Bitcoin through a self-managed super fund (SMSF).

Greatest Brightest Bitcoin Minds

Think Your Retirement Is Safe? THINK AGAIN, I was really pleased to speak with Sean Clarke on his Podcast. We cover a number of topics from SMSF and Bitcoin to Chokepoint 2.0 and banks restricting movement of funds and some macro conversations.

Example Performance, Australian Super vs Bitcoin from 2019/20 to now.


The above table shows the annual performance comparison between my former superfund (Australian Super) and bitcoin, for illustrative purposes we assume a starting balance of $50,000 in 2020.