Author of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad': Buy Bitcoin instead of 'fake dollars' issued by the Fed




Author 'Rich Dad, Poor Father': Buy Bitcoin instead of 'fake dollars


If you don't want to be a poor father, stay away from cash and buy Bitcoin (BTC), Robert Kiyosaki stated.


Robert Kiyosaki - author of the famous book "Rich Dad, Poor Father", has just spoken of supporting the world's No. 1 cryptocurrency.




In his new tweet, he said that Bitcoin is "people's money" and criticized the US Federal Reserve (Fed) printing billions of "fake" dollars.


Saving money is "stupid"


Back in January, billionaire Ray Dalio made headlines when he frankly called cash "rubbish". Kiyosaki seems to agree with this famous billionaire.


He encouraged more than 1 million of his followers on Twitter not to hoard the "fake dollar" issued by the Fed - a banking organization that recently started easing "unlimited" quantitative terms on the infrastructure. interest rates down to almost zero.


Not only Kiyosaki or Dalio, the CEO of the Galaxy Digital cryptocurrency bank, Mike Novogratz, also recently quipped that fiat currency will "grow in trees" by 2020.


Gold is "God's money".


In addition to Bitcoin, the father of "Rich Dad, Poor Father" also advised people to buy gold, he reiterated his view that this precious metal was "God's money". In a recent interview, Kiyosaki called gold "a hedge against the stupidity of the upper class".


Bitcoin is often referred to as "digital gold." As Toiyeubitcoin reported, Kiyosaki cleverly noted that millennials are more interested in buying cryptocurrencies than buying gold.


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