top of page
  • Lee A. Blackman

Cryptocurrency Transaction Offer


OVERVIEW—This Cryptocurrency Transaction is a unique opportunity that is available to qualified owners of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether, hereafter referred to as “COIN.” Owners of COIN are hereinafter referred to as “Clients.” The Transaction provides attractive opportunities for both Clients who wish to SELL their COIN and for Clients who wish to use their COIN as their basis to enter a cash trade. The Transaction Provider has developed the following opportunities for qualifying Clients.



Selling COIN

If a client simply wishes to sell their COIN while also benefitting from the use of that COIN as the basis for entering a one-year/40-week trade, he may be eligible to receive each of the following two Transaction benefits:

  • Full, cash payment for their COIN over the first 4-5 weekly Transaction tranches (“Acquisition Tranches”,) plus an attractive Transaction earnings amount per tranche for each of those Acquisition Tranches.

  • A significantly increased Transaction earnings amount for each of the remaining Transaction tranches in the one-year/40-week trade.



Entering a Cash Trade

If a client simply wishes to benefit from using COIN as the basis for entering a one-year/40-week cash trade while retaining ownership of the COIN, he will have the following Transaction options regarding the return of his COIN:

  • COIN can be returned after the conclusion of the first 4-5 weekly Transaction tranches with Client benefiting from an overall 40-week return that is reduced, but that is still very attractive.

  • COIN can be returned after the conclusion of all 40 tranches with Client benefiting from a greatly enhanced overall return.


Entry Requirements

  • The minimum entry level for this Transaction is COIN that has a minimum total market value in the neighborhood of $25,000,000.

  • Individual or corporate entries accepted.


Payments

  • Payments are made in 40 weekly tranches that align with the 40 weekly trades associated with a 1-year traditional cash trade.

  • Payments are made to the Client’s account of choice.


Safety and Protection for COIN

The company offering this cryptocurrency transaction has selected TD Ameritrade, an SEC-registered Investment Advisor / Securities Firm currently managing over US$8 Trillion in assets, to function as its Receiving Firm for the COIN. Using TD Ameritrade as its registered, regulated custodian for the Receiving Wallet provides a significant level of safety and security for the Client.


When the COIN arrives at the Receiving Securities Firm and is cleared for use by the Transaction Account, the Receiving Dealer Account Officer will issue a Letter of Assurance to the Client. This letter will establish the cash value to be entered into trade and assure the Client of the COIN quantity that, at Client’s option, will be either (a) purchased or (b) returned to the Client per the Asset Management Agreement.


If the COIN is to be sold, COIN remains the legal property of the Client until the COIN is paid for in full.


If the COIN is simply used as basis for entering the 40-week trade, the COIN remains the legal property of the Client during the trade.


At any time during the Transaction, the Client has the right to recall COIN from Client’s custodial Wallet at TD Ameritrade back to Client’s original Wallet if the Transaction Provider does not perform per the Asset Management Agreement terms.


Simple Transaction Summary

This Transaction does not require many of the complexities associated with entering a typical cash trade, including:

  • Blocked funds letters

  • Traditional financial instruments (SBLC, BG, etc.)

  • MT799 or MT760 SWIFTS and associated feeds

  • Monetization of instruments or SWIFTS

  • LTV reduction of asset value


All that is required to start the process is an initial Request for Platform Assistance and a current Wallet statement.


After initial acceptance of the Client, the Transaction Provider will provide Client Documents to be completed and returned and a projection of Transaction earnings.


The Transaction Provider will issue the Transaction Asset Management Agreement and a sample TD Ameritrade’s Letter of Assurance.


Client executes the Transaction Asset Management Agreement and returns it with a current Wallet Statement showing a sufficient quantity of COIN available for the Transaction.


After execution of Asset Management Agreement by Transaction Provider, Client must send the COIN, via Wallet-to-Wallet transfer, to their designated custodial Wallet in the Client’s name at TD Ameritrade.


The Transaction will commence the Monday after the COIN is received and cleared for use by the transaction account.


If the Transaction Provider is to Purchase COIN from the Client, the payments will be made in the first 4-5 tranches of the Transaction for COIN valued up to $1.5B, or in up to 10 tranches for greater COIN valuation amounts up to $10B. These purchase payments are in addition to the Client’s Transaction earnings proceeds and will be sent directly to the Client’s Designated Account.


Disposition of COIN

The client will be offered the following options with regard to the disposition of COIN:

  • The Platform will acquire the COIN from the Client at the full Market Value during the first 4-5 Acquisition Tranches, in equal payments or,

  • The Platform will return the COIN to the Client (at Client’s option), either at the conclusion of the first 4-5 tranches or at the conclusion of the 40-week trade.

  • In the unlikely event that the transaction never takes place or the performance is not as contracted in the Asset Management Agreement at any time during the transaction period, the Client has the exclusive right to withdraw the COIN they delivered to their custodial Wallet at TD Ameritrade back to their original Wallet.


Commissions

  • Fees equaling 10% of Client’s Transaction earnings are paid to intermediaries.

  • Commissions are paid by Transaction Provider and are not deducted from the Client’s Transaction earnings.


Procedure Details

  1. Client submits Request for Platform Assistance and Wallet account statement showing the quantity of COIN available for the Transaction.

  2. Client receives transaction procedures, required Client Application Documents, and financial projection charts.

  3. Client may have a phone CC with the mandate for the Transaction Provider to discuss the Transaction in more detail.

  4. Client prepares and submits the Client Application Documents and Updated Wallet Statement showing quantity of COIN available for the Transaction.

  5. Provider issues the Asset Management Agreement and Exhibit for signature by Client, together with a sample copy of the Letter of Assurance verbiage that the Receiving Securities Dealer will issue upon receipt of COIN.

  6. Client and Provider sign the Asset Management Agreement.

  7. Client sends the COIN to their new custodial Wallet at the Receiving Securities Dealer.

  8. When the COIN arrives at the Receiving Dealer and is cleared for use in the Transaction Account, the Receiving Dealer Account Officer will issue a Letter of Assurance to the Client confirming that the Receiving Dealer will safeguard the COIN until the COIN is either: (a) purchased and paid for in full or (b) returned to the Client's Sending Wallet.

  9. Trading commences on the Monday after receipt and validation of the COIN.

  10. Distribution to Client and intermediaries is made one week after the trading begins and thereafter immediately following the conclusion of each weekly Tranche.

  11. If the COIN is not being sold, at Client’s option, COIN will be returned to Client immediately after either the 5th tranche or immediately after the conclusion of the 40-week trade.

  12. The Transaction will continue until the completion of all 40 weekly Tranches.


Feel free to contact our platform director and fund manager Mr. Lee A. Blackman at +1 (721) 553 1569 or email us at inquiries@imporioconsultantsltd.com or caribe-capital@protonmail.com.

Scheduled calls only!


This is not an offer to buy or sell securities – only for educational purposes The nature of the investments described is that of private placement only – it is not a public offering

47 views0 comments
bottom of page