Robert Kiyosaki: I’m a bitcoin hoarder because BTC does all the hard work for me

2 min readJun 13, 2024


On June 12, the U.S. Federal Reserve decided to keep its key interest rate in the range of 5.25–5.5% per annum. This decision turned out to be expected by many market participants.

Also in the U.S. came out a report concerning consumer prices. The index value was lower than expected — 3.3% against 3.4%.

The crypto market reacted negatively to the latest news. The rate of the main digital coin fell below $69,000. According to Coinmarketcap, bitcoin is worth about $67,400.

Many digital currencies from the top ten most popular ones showed negative dynamics. For example, Ethereum has lost almost 10% in the last 24 hours, falling to $3,483.

Solana has fallen in price by more than 12% and is worth about $150. Dogecoin has lost about 11%, with the meme coin’s exchange rate dropping to $0.14.

On the eve of the appearance of data from the Fed, investor and writer Robert Kiyosaki appealed to his subscribers to prepare for the growth of the main cryptocurrency. The author of the bestseller “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” admitted that by the end of this month bitcoin could grow to $100,000.

According to Kiyosaki, BTC remains the most reliable instrument in an uncertain economy.

With the help of bitcoin, any investor is able to get rich. A person with an average income can make millions if he invests his savings in the digital currency, the crypto-enthusiast believes.

“I save Bitcoin because Bitcoin does the hardwork for me. That is why I love Bitcoin,” said Kiyosaki.

Do you agree with the crypto-enthusiast?