Robert T Kiyosaki is the author of the well-known personal finance book Rich Dad Poor Dad. The book was published in 1977 and has become the New York bestseller having a sale of around 40 million copies worldwide. He had previously praised the properties of bitcoin. Let’s look at what Robert T Kiyosaki has to say about cryptocurrency.
Estimation of Robert Kiyosaki about Cryptocurrency
Robert Kiyosaki has estimated that the cryptocurrency would climb to over USD 1 million in the period of next 5 years. He conveyed that he had bought bitcoin when it was USD 9,000 and thought that he had been cheated but he said that the reason he had bought crypto at such a price was due to the shut down of the economy because of Covid.
He added that now he looks like a genius as the digital coin had even crossed the mark of USD 50,000 and he estimates it to cross a million mark. He conveyed that bitcoin is still untested and even if the value crashes he said that he has other sources which would allow him to sustain and hence he could bear the risk.
Viewpoint of Robert Kiyosaki on Cryptocurrency
Kiyosaki has conveyed that he feels that for the older generation it is very important to understand the cryptocurrency market as the real estate and the gold guys are being phased out and the world is moving towards crypto.
Robert T Kiyosaki pointing towards Warren Buffet said that there is this battle against the old guys and the younger generation against the cryptocurrency where people like Warren Buffet are Anti-Crypto. He added that the cryptocurrencies are now challenging the dominancy of the US Dollar and other fiat currencies.
What Robert Kiyosaki said about Bitcoin?
When Robert T Kiyosaki was asked in an interview if it is too late to buy a bitcoin, he answered that there is always an entry point and that he had bought the coins when it was at USD 9000. He said that he thought that he had been cheated in the beginning but later the coin has increased to around USD 50,000.
He added that he wished that he had bought the coins at 10 cents like most of the people. He pointed out that cryptocurrencies and Gold stand out due to the devaluation of the US Dollars, money printing by the government and the external stimulus.
Future of Bitcoin According to Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki was further asked about whether would interfere in one form or the other or if they would lay in some restrictions on the digital coin such as even making it illegal which is believed by some of the well-known investors and hedge fund managers.
He replied saying that he feels that the government would try but he feels that the problem is too big and said that the pension amounts have been depleted and the baby boomers have no money in hand.
He added that they had shut the economy and are planning to print another USD 19 trillion and added that it has never worked and said that bad money would drive out the good money. He said that so people like him would never spend the bitcoin and would never keep his hand on it.
Robert T Kiyosaki said that he would buy bitcoin again today or the day after as he is bullish on it. He added that he is not bullish over bitcoin but he is bearish about the Biden government and has claimed that they are a group of communist people. He added that they would just print money and that they are Central Bankers.
What is the Net worth of Robert Kiyosaki?
As of 2021, Robert Kiyosaki's net worth is roughly $100 million.
Who is Robert Kiyosaki?
Who is Robert Kiyosaki is a Writer, Author, Businessperson, Investor, Entrepreneur, Motivational speaker.
What does Kiyosaki say about Bitcoin?
Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” has predicted that the price of bitcoin will increase to $1.2 million within five years.
However, Kiyosaki has mentioned that he still prefers Gold and Silver. He added that he favors gold and silver as it is considered to be God’s money and added that God put it there.
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