Bitcoin is likely to become the new norm for Generation Z

Rich Dad author Poor Dad has called Bitcoin the “people’s money” while Sylvain Saurel says Generation Z will view Bitcoin as “normal.”

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, assets, bonds, stocks and fiat currencies around the world have declined substantially in value. However, as the crisis deepens, people of different generations are beginning to realize the true value of Bitcoin.

Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the international bestseller ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ has promoted Bitcoin for two consecutive days on Twitter.

Robert called Bitcoin “people’s money” on April 1 on Twitter. Today he has once again asserted that people should “save gold, money from God, or Bitcoin, money from the people” because the rampant printing of money reduces the value of US dollars.

The tweets went viral across the crypto community, and many thanked Robert for raising awareness of what Bitcoin stands for. This led some to point out how different generations could respond to the current crisis; one person said:

Bitcoin is the new norm

Sylvain Saurel, editor of In Bitcoin We trust, agrees that generations Y and Z are the most likely to have a positive opinion of Bitcoin. In a blog from The Startup this week, he noted that millennials feel a deep “sense of liberation” regarding Bitcoin.

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Sylvain believes that generations Y and Z are the most likely to see payments made via smartphones as a norm, and they will use Bitcoin without even thinking about it. Wrote:

“Those who are curious to know what the current monetary and financial system was like will be surprised. You will wonder how previous generations were able to accept the fact that a few people systematically decided to devalue what most people owned. ”


Disclaimer: This press release is for informational purposes information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest. The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of infocoin, and should not be attributed to, Infocoin.

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