‘In History, They’ve Outlawed Gold’: Billionaire Ray Dalio Says World Governments Could Boycott Bitcoin


Ray Dalio, the billionaire founder of the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, has warned crypto investors around the world that a bitcoin boycott on a global scale is a possibility. Speaking on the Investor’s Podcast Network, Dalio said that governments around the world could collectively outlaw bitcoin, an unregulated and decentralized digital asset, currently priced at $46,939 (about Rs 34.92 lakh) on international exchanges. doing business on. The main reason Dalio supported his opinion was the threat alternative currency that bitcoin could create on its own, challenging the authorities of central banks around the world.

“In history, they have outlawed gold and they have outlawed silver, and so on, and they can outlaw bitcoin. Every government wants to monopolize their currency,” a report good Dalio is quoted by Bitcoin.com as saying.

despite accepting ownership Bitcoin And ether As part of his diversified portfolio, the billionaire has consistently been skeptical about the growth of the crypto space.

In May 2021 he said success cryptocurrency Will introduce many strict rules in the financial sector. Later in September, Dalio said that if bitcoin turns out to be a huge success, regulators will kill the cryptocurrency.

Dalio’s approach to crypto is in stark contrast to that of his contemporary Michael Sailor, CEO of US-based business intelligence firm Microstrategy.

Sailor.

The 56-year-old businessman reportedly holds at least 17,732 bitcoin tokens, which is currently worth around $860 million (approximately Rs 6,468 crore).


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