After releasing an epic Bitcoin (BTC) price prediction soon, the asset’s emphatic defender, Robert Kiyosaki, financial expert and author of the book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, highlighted some important nuances about the token.

In a post on his official X platform account, on June 14, Kiyosaki expressed his frustration when he encourages people to buy Bitcoin, but ends up receiving “lame excuses”. According to him, the excuse happens because people find the value of Bitcoin too expensive.

Even with the price retraction recorded in recent days, the financial expert highlighted his belief in the asset’s increase, highlighting that he believes that Bitcoin will increase even more.

“I get frustrated encouraging people to buy Bitcoin. I get so many lame excuses…. the most common excuse…. “Bitcoin is very expensive.” And it’s tall… but not as tall as it looks. I simply repeat my rich dad’s lesson about investing…. “Your profit is made when you buy…. Not when you sell. We all wish we had bought Bitcoin when it was $10… but those days are long gone. Don’t be a loser, buy a little, what you can afford and keep buying,” he wrote.

Robert Kiyosaki Projects Bitcoin to reach US$350,000 in 2024

In a recent statement via social media, Robert Kiyosaki, recognized for his influential works in the financial field as “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, made a very audacious Bitcoin price prediction, projecting the value of BTC in the coming months well above US$ 100 thousand. Kiyosaki stated that he is convinced that BTC will reach the $350,000 mark by August 25, 2024.

According to him, although some people may consider his prediction as speculation, he highlights that it is not a falsehood. “It’s a goal, a dream and a desire,” he explained, reinforcing his optimistic view on the future of the most famous cryptocurrency. This prediction surpasses its previous predictions, where it estimated that BTC could reach US$100,000 in June and US$300,000 by the end of 2024. Currently, BTC hovers around US$71,000, still far from its historical peak of US$ $73,700.

At the time of publication, the price of Bitcoin was quoted at US$66,195.50, down 0.7% in the last 24 hours.


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