A priest has revealed how to trade cryptocurrencies with the help of a magic card trick.

Speaking at a crypto-conference in Finland, Father Jarmo Rantanen told the audience that his family is blessed to have access to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

“We use Bitcoin to pay our bills, and Ethereum to store our savings.

We do not use them for anything else, as they are not really suitable for money transfers,” he said.”

But we do not need them as they allow us to use them to make payments, so we can spend them at restaurants or shops, or pay for our children’s tuition.”

The priest is not the only one who has used a magic trick to invest in cryptocurrencies.

In July, a former student at the University of Southern California was arrested for stealing a coin from a vending machine.

“The coin was in the vending machine, and the vending machines would just give you a small amount of money and then give you the rest when you asked for it,” he told the Los Angeles Times.

“So the students who were working there at the time were not aware of what they were doing.

They were just trying to keep up with the students in the building who were taking it home.

So, that is a big lesson to me.

It was a good lesson for me.”

Father Ranten explained how he used a card-carrying magic wand to turn coins into cash, and then used a Bitcoin address to transfer the coins to his bank account.

“I did it with a card that was not the card that had the magic wand, but that I had,” he added.

“And then I did it in a different way that I didn’t need to take any money with me, and that is that I used my Bitcoin wallet address to get the coins and then I transferred them to my bank account.”

The young priest has now been charged with a felony for using a card to steal more than $15,000 in crypto-currency, but the arrest was not enough to keep him from being hailed as a hero by the media.

“They are saying that it was an attack on the Catholic Church, and I am not the first one who is being accused of this, but I think it’s important to remember that this is a very serious charge,” Father Rantans father told the media on Thursday.