If you haven’t heard of blockchain yet … you will.
Fortune says it will “transform everything from the finance industry to global supply chains, and the companies that build it will get very rich.”
Everyone from Walmart to IBM are pouring money into blockchain companies.
And Gartner Inc. (NYSE: IT), the world’s largest financial research company, is predicting an explosive 77,400% growth for the blockchain industry by 2030.
But you can’t buy just any blockchain stock. There are a lot of blockchain projects out there right now.
As with any new technology … many of them will fail.
But one stock recently uncovered by Wall Street legend Paul Mampilly could be the safest way to play the coming blockchain boom.
He recently said of this stock: “Frankly, I’ve never seen an opportunity like this in my life.”
When it comes to tech stocks, Paul Mampilly knows what he’s talking about.
He made 634% by investing in Netflix when most were still skeptical of online movie rentals, 696% on Ariad Pharmaceuticals and a massive 2,539% on Sarepta Therapeutics.
His talent for picking great stocks is part of the reason Barron’s named his co-managed hedge fund “one of the world’s best,” and Kiplinger ranked it in the top 1% of funds.
But Paul walked away from his high-paying Wall Street job, at the age of 42, to help ordinary people learn how to make the sort of massive gains usually reserved for the super-wealthy.
Since then, he’s helped more than 100,000 ordinary people make more than 210% in cumulative gains.
But the blockchain stock he recently identified could be the biggest payday yet.
That’s because this stock isn’t issued by a “blockchain company” at all.
It’s a company that will supply a vital piece of hardware for most of these up-and-coming blockchain projects.
So whether most of the blockchain start-ups out there succeed or not … this one incredible company will remain behind the scenes, soaking up cash.
That’s good news for savvy investors.
Paul Mampilly has finally given the green light to go public with what may be the biggest, boldest pick of his storied career.
And you don’t want to miss this.