Kiyosaki: CBDC is Tik Tok-like spyware against Bitcoin
- Kiyosaki has rejected the existence of a CBDC to the point of characterizing it as an “act of treason.”
- Robert Kiyosaki has been a staunch supporter of Bitcoin and has recommended its adoption on several occasions.
Businessman Robert Kiyosaki, author of the famous book “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” claimed this week that central bank cryptocurrencies (CBDCs) are nothing more than spyware that tracks users’ activities. In his view, these currencies are monitored in a similar way to that of the Chinese social network Tik Tok.
These fiat Crypto currency projects are a way to increase population control, Kiyosaki said in a weekly podcast on the official channel Rich Dad.
CBDC is spyware, much like Tik Tok. Our job is to wake people up and fight them using technology that I agree with. Fight it with education and information.
Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad.
Although he didn’t mention it directly on the podcast, Kiyosaki has been described as a staunch defender of Bitcoin (BTC), seeing it as an investment model and a way to escape centralization. So much so that it has been suggested to adopt it many times.
Robert Kiyosaki has defended Bitcoin several times. Source: Rich Dad — YouTube.
Kiyosaki’s insinuations about the Tik Tok social network responded to criticism surrounding the short-video platform accused of serving the state.
In fact, under the allegation, former US President Donald Trump opened an investigation and was preparing to ban the platform in his country, but he did not have time to do so in the White House.
Kiyosaki has spoken out against CBDC
This isn’t the first time high-profile businessmen have criticized this centralized technology. As CriptoNoticias reported in July, the investor said a Crypto dollar (unexplored) would be America’s greatest “treason.”
In fact, Kiyosaki claimed at the time that CBDCs and the banking system currently centralized and controlled by the Federal Reserve are displays of “communism in its purest form.”
This is exactly why the expert emphasizes his affinity for Bitcoin. As he has said in the past, the first cryptocurrency was a safe-haven asset against inflation, a phenomenon often created by poor economic policies.
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