Robert Kiyosaki Reminds His Support for Crypto and Calls Fiat “FAKE”

Robert Kiyosaki, widely known for his personal finance book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” has reiterated his belief that cryptocurrencies, such as crypto, would replace conventional fiat currencies in the near future.

Kiyosaki’s latest remarks on social media have revived the discussion on the future of money because of his repeated public promotion of cryptocurrencies.

While in Singapore for the TOKEN2049 conference, one of the biggest yearly meetings of crypto lovers and specialists, Robert Kiyosaki turned to social media site X to offer his insights.

“Crypto is the future,” he said, labeling fiat currency “FAKE money” and “toast.” He speaks thus forcefully because he expects cryptocurrencies to soon replace fiat currency as the norm.

Particularly noteworthy is that Kiyosaki has acknowledged publicly having Bitcoin (BTC) and sees cryptocurrencies as a key hedge against the depreciation of conventional currencies owing to variables such as inflation and government monetary policy. He cites Bitcoin’s capacity to recover from market downturns as evidence of the cryptocurrency’s long-term viability.

Although many people may agree with Kiyosaki’s statements on cryptocurrencies, the crypto industry is now suffering its own unique set of difficulties. Pressure on the market may be traced back to the news that big cryptocurrency exchange FTX would be liquidating its $3.4 billion worth of crypto assets by the end of 2023.

Solana, Bitcoin, Ether, and a few others make up the bulk of FTX’s cryptocurrency reserves. Because of the possible influence on cryptocurrency values, FTX has limited weekly asset sales to $100 million. This ceiling has been set at $100 million, but the exchange has left the door open for an increase to $200 million if two committees speaking for FTX consumers give their approval.

The inherent volatility and unpredictability of cryptocurrencies are highlighted by this market development. Although believers like Robert Kiyosaki regard them as the currency of the future, the direction of the market is still up for question; it will be influenced by variables including legislative shifts, market mood, and technology developments.

The financial world is still buzzing over Kiyosaki’s unshakeable belief that cryptocurrencies are the future of money. The present difficulties in the cryptocurrency market stress the need to take a measured and careful approach to navigate this dynamic environment.

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