Crypto With Kash is a cryptocurrency recommendation service, delivering a fortnightly newsletter with the latest portfolio advice.
The service focuses on Decentralised Finance (DeFi), the latest sub-sector within crypto that is said to be "absolutely booming", growing from $1 billion to $40 billion in less than a year.
It is run by self-confessed crypto nut Khashayar Abbasi, better known as Kash, who ran the New York Times best-selling author Jim Rickards' UK crypto recommendations service.
Kash started out with cryptocurrency back in 2014 when he bought his first Bitcoin for less than $500. Ever since then, his passion for crypto has grown, as has his knowledge.
The aim of the Crypto With Kash service is to read Kash's analysis and research of the latest cryptocurrencies and then you can make an informed decision to add the coins to your portfolio or not.
He explains everything in simple terms, so it's not too much technical speak if you're not that way inclined.
Aside from the fortnightly newsletter, he also sends advice including what prices to buy up to, how long to hold coins for and when to sell them. There will sometimes be buy/sell alerts inbetween newsletters so that you can make portfolio adjustments as soon as needed.
There is also a private Telegram chat group where you can chat with other members and ask Kash any questions.
Kash mainly focuses on long-term investments, so you need to be aware that funds could be tied up for a while. However, returns could potentially be massive.
One of Kash's recent DeFi investments skyrocketed to 14,935%, turning every £100 into £14,935!
When you sign up to the service, you will receive a beginner's guide to get started with. This includes the current state of cryptocurrency in 2021, an introduction to DeFi cryptos, an 8 step crypto strategy and a guide to buying coins on Coinbase.
The second guide included is the "Risky Crypto" guide which tells you everything you need to know about crypto wallets, scams and other risks to be aware of.
We will be following Crypto With Kash for at least the next six months and will be back with an update of how we get on once we have anything notable to report.