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It sounds too good to be true, but the event host, Lilia Severina, says it isn’t. Some people in this room will be multi-millionaires in a very short period of time,’ she says. According to Lilia, pictured, Bitcoin is the next big opportunity that could make the people sitting in this room multi-millionaires. It’s been impossible to escape news of the dramatic rise of Bitcoin over the past year. The virtual currency is being talked about in pubs, hairdressers, at football matches — you don’t have to go far to find someone who fancies a punt. And they’re being spurred on by talk of lucky investors who have made a fortune from this so-called cryptocurrency — everywhere from Silicon Valley to rural Oxfordshire. The City watchdog says Bitcoin is so risky that ordinary savers should be prepared to lose everything if they decide to invest.