Robert Kiyosaki Foresees a Splendid Future for Bitcoin, Reveals Plans to Acquire More at the Dip

Sahaj  |  Oct 18, 2021

Rich Dad Poor Dad author, Robert Kiyosaki, has recently said that Bitcoin has a very bright future ahead after predicting a massive stock market crash that could also tank the crypto market. He revealed that he is waiting for the next fall in the crypto market so that he can acquire more BTC.

Robert Kiyosaki Says Future of Bitcoin is Very Bright

A popular author and investor Robert Kiyosaki recently revealed that the future of Bitcoin is very bright. He said in the tweet:

“Hooray. Bitcoin rising above $60,000. Future very bright. Celebrate yet be cautious. I am waiting for a pullback before investing more.”

For quite some time now, the famous investor has been advocating for Bitcoin and recommending it to investors. In addition to this, it should be noted that he has predicted a huge stock market crash to occur in the month of October, and said that gold, silver, and Bitcoin may crash as well. Also, back in the month of July, he predicted:

 “Biggest bubble in world history getting bigger. Biggest crash in the world history coming.”

Along with this, we should lay an emphasis on the fact that he saw Bitcoin as an investment with the greatest upside, noting that:

“With dollar dropping, bitcoin and silver are the best investments.”

Back in the month of August, he recommended investors to keep buying gold, silver, and Bitcoin, and he tweeted that America was going bankrupt. 

BTC Price and 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' Author's Statements

At the time of writing this article, Bitcoin is changing hands at $60,928.60, based on the data released by leading market data aggregators.

Robert Kiyosaki mentioned his reason for making investments in Bitcoin and tweeted:

“I love bitcoin because I do not trust the Fed, Treasury, or Wall Street.”

Moreover, he stated that the major reason why he invested in Bitcoin, gold, and silver was that he do not trust our leaders, the FED, Treasury, nor the stock market.

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