Cash is turning into trash, just like in Venezuela, says Max Keiser
As MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor points out, cash is losing 50% of its purchasing power per year. “Why would you hold on to something like that when you have bitcoin that’s appreciating on average 200% a year for 10 years? It’s a pretty simple trade, once you see the raw numbers,” Max says.
“Paper and fiat money is now turning into trash, as it has in some of the emerging markets, like Venezuela,” he adds. “And assets like bitcoin are becoming the go-to asset to protect yourself against the melting ice cube on your balance sheet.”
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