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“Rich Dad, Poor Dad” Author: Bitcoin’s Value Will Hit $2.3 Million

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Robert Kiyosaki, writer of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” supported Ark Invest founder Cathie Wood‘s Bitcoin’s uber-bullish price prediction in a recent X social media post.

Ark’s annual “Big Ideas” research report predicted that the price of the largest coin would surge to $2.3 million. The major investment management business calculated that the worldwide investment base is worth approximately $250 trillion. The flagship coin would require a 19.4% allocation to achieve the aforementioned price target.

According to U.Today, Wood just upped the ante, saying that the price of Bitcoin might reach $3.8 million. For this to happen, institutional investors would have to switch at least 5% of their holdings to Bitcoin.

Wood anticipated that Bitcoin’s price may reach $1.5 million following the adoption of spot-based exchange-traded funds in January.

Even if others attacked Wood for being unrealistic in her Bitcoin ambitions, Kiyosaki complimented her for having the fortitude to make such predictions: “In the real world, the richest and happiest people are people who make mistakes and learn from them their mistakes,” Kiyosaki said.

Regardless of whether the controversial stock picker is correct or incorrect, Kiyosaki thinks that those who listen to her will be more knowledgeable about Bitcoin.

Kiyosaki himself anticipated that Bitcoin’s price would reach $300,000 by 2024.

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