We can bargain Bitcoin today but not tomorrow, Says Robert Kiyosaki


Robert Kiyosaki claimed that the Bitcoin trade price is still available at a discount & we can purchase at a more discount price. Further warned that this situation will be different shortly.

Robert Kiyosaki is a popular financial author. In the whole world, he is known as a financial guru. With the help of his book “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, he helped the very large population of the world to understand the perfect investment strategy & perfect investment assets to gain profit as much as possible instead of wasting money in fiat currencies.

On 20 Sep 2023, Robert Kiyosaki took to X (formerly Twitter) and said that many people are asking him to predict the trade price of Bitcoin, Gold, and silver in 2025. 

According to Kiyosaki, these questions are wrong because people are failing to ask more important questions. Kiyosaki believes that it is more important to know how much Bitcoin, Silver, and gold you have, instead of price prediction. 

Furthermore, Kiyosaki said that all these best investment assets are available at discounted prices and also we can bargain under current situations but it will not be the same in the future because a very large population will shift to these assets, after the crash of stock market assets. 

Three days ago, Kiyosaki noted that several crypto conferences are taking place in Singapore. Kiyosaki said that crypto is the future because fiat currencies are fake money. 

Bitcoin kill theory

According to Kiyosaki Bitcoin is a unique tech & best hedge fund to fight against inflation and there are huge chances that in the future Bitcoin will succeed over all the other assets e.g. stocks, government bonds, etc. 

Kiyosaki believes that the government can try to kill Bitcoin via ban rules to keep centralised bond in competition.

A similar kind of prediction came from the World’s largest hedge fund manager Ray Dalio, who believes that if Bitcoin becomes too successful, then governments will kill it.

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