Bitcoin is decentralized, that’s why I support: Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki advice crypto investors to buy the dip

Last updated March 24, 2022

The author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad” shared the reasons why he supports bitcoin and gold-like assets.

Robert Kiyosaki is popular in the world because he recreated the book Rich Dad Poor Dad which is popularly known among the whole world population who want to know how money and money system works and how one sensible step can easily change life against all negative financial situations. Robert himself believes in Bitcoin, gold, silvery assets as the best option.

On March 23, The Rich Dad Channel, Robert Kiyosaki’s YouTube channel, hosted a podcast featuring some guests from crypto industry experts.

Robert noted that the largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, which is struggling at around $40,000, is currently better off using its advantages.

Robert pointed out that the majority of government agencies want massive control over financial assets, but here Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies are beyond the bounds of such government control.

“They want to centralize everything. So the reason I support Bitcoin, and especially blockchain, because it is decentralized. It’s people money. Gold and silver are God’s money,”

At the same time, however, he claimed that all people who support Bitcoin, be it miners or service providers, must abide by the rules and regulations.

Kiyosaki against inflation

Robert Kiyosaki always remains aware of the financial shock in the world, especially the US dollar. He is well aware that inflation has caused the US dollar to lose 86% of its value over the past 50 years.

Robert believes that the US dollar cannot save us from such inflation, but instead we must have gold, Bitcoin-like assets. He admitted that he owns millions in such assets.

“I have millions of dollars in gold, silver and Bitcoin. We don’t save dollars. That’s the macro photo.”

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