Kiyosaki: Buy Silver Before It’s Gone; Michael Burry Bets Against Stocks — Week in Review
Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki urges buying silver before it’s gone, hedge fund manager Michael Burry has bet $1.6 billion on the stock market collapsing, and mining rig manufacturer Bitmain is set to reveal a cutting-edge BTC miner at the 2023 World Digital Mining Summit. This and more, just below, in the latest Bitcoin.com News Week in Review.
Robert Kiyosaki Recommends Buying Silver Before It’s Gone
Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki has urged investors to buy silver before it’s gone, noting that the precious metal is getting rarer. He stressed that silver is “a better bargain” as a long-term investment than gold.
Michael Burry Bets $1.6 Billion Against Market: ‘Big Short’ Investor Takes Bearish Stance on S&P 500 and Nasdaq
In filings with securities authorities released on Monday, renowned hedge fund manager Michael Burry, whose exploits were famously captured in the film “The Big Short,” took a bearish stance on the market. Burry’s Scion Asset Management shorted the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 for the close of the second quarter, wagering approximately $1.6 billion on an impending stock market collapse.
Bitmain to Reveal Groundbreaking Antminer S21 at 2023 World Digital Mining Summit
Reports have surfaced that Bitmain, the well known mining rig manufacturer, intends to unveil a cutting-edge bitcoin (BTC) miner at the 2023 World Digital Mining Summit (WDMS) in Hong Kong this coming September. The device, christened the Antminer S21, is being hailed by Bitmain as the market’s most proficient machine, marking a pivotal shift in the industry into the 1X joules per terahash (J/T) era.
Dormant Since 2010, Bitcoin Address Awakens to Move 1,005 BTC Worth $29.7 Million
On the morning of Monday, August 14, 2023, at the precise block height of 803,135, a dormant bitcoin address — created on November 9, 2010 — stirred to life. After lying in slumber for an exacting 12.9 years, it awoke to spend a staggering 1,005 bitcoin, a sum swelling to an impressive value of more than $29 million.
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