As investors scramble to get a hold of the cryptocurrency that promises to change their world, a team of financial advisers has taken the guesswork out of their decisions by putting together a comprehensive guide that is designed to help you make the right decision.

For one thing, the list is comprehensive: you can use it to compare different funds, look at the pros and cons of each, and choose the one that’s right for you.

In addition, the guide includes recommendations for the best exchange rate, exchange rates and fund managers, as well as a list of experts who offer their expertise.

The investment advice offered by the bitcoin investment advisory firm, BTC Advisor, includes detailed guidance on investing in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

It was developed by bitcoin adviser Matt Dziczek, who runs a firm called CoinJar that focuses on advising investors in bitcoin-related issues.

“Bitcoin is a decentralized asset class,” Dzik said in a statement, “and a growing number of investors are finding it to be an excellent investment vehicle.”

“As a new generation of investors seeks out the security and privacy of cryptocurrencies, we are here to help,” he added.

“We are here with a comprehensive, practical and easy-to-use bitcoin investment guide to help make the most of the asset.”

The guide includes a variety of investment themes, such as dividend investing, short-term investment, asset allocation and ETFs, but the best asset allocation strategy is for investors to use bitcoin itself.

The fund aims to help investors find the best investment opportunities in a range of different asset classes, such a stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies.

The guide also recommends buying bitcoin as a store of value, as it has an exchange rate of about $US60 to $US80, which makes it cheap to hold and easy to access.

In contrast to the average cryptocurrency, bitcoins can be bought and sold in real time, and can be traded for other cryptocurrencies on an exchange.

The BTC Advisor guide also includes an extensive list of “best practices” for investing in the bitcoin ecosystem, including tips on investing for short- and long-term investing.

“For investors who want to start investing in a new asset class, it is important to take a close look at all the relevant factors, and make the best decision for yourself,” said Dzikh in a bitcoin investor newsletter in June.

The firm also offers bitcoin trading platforms like CoinJar, which allow investors to buy and sell the cryptocurrency at a relatively low cost.