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Former President Trump Suggests Crypto ‘May Be Fake,’ Says He’s Not Invested in BTC or Other Digital Assets

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Former President Trump Suggests Crypto ‘May Be Fake,’ Says He’s Not Invested in BTC or Other Digital Assets

Former President Donald Trump shouldn’t be able to belief Bitcoin (BTC) and different crypto property.

In a brand new interview with Fox Business’ Stuart Varney, the previous president says he’s not invested in digital property and prefers to position his religion in the US greenback. 

 

“I just like the forex of the United States. I believe the others are probably a catastrophe ready to occur.”

The international crypto market is now $2.22 trillion, based mostly on information from CoinMarketCap, with monetary giants reminiscent of BNY Mellon, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and others saying their plans to enter the house in numerous methods this yr.

But Trump stays extraordinarily cautious and claims individuals don’t actually know the way cryptocurrencies work or what they do.

“They could also be faux. Who is aware of what they’re, however they definitely are one thing that folks don’t know very a lot about.”

Back in June, Trump outright called Bitcoin an outright rip-off. The ex-president stated he doesn’t just like the benchmark cryptocurrency as a result of it’s competing in opposition to the greenback.

His remarks got here after El Salvador handed a law to make BTC a authorized tender alongside the US greenback.

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