Mexican Billionaire Advises Twitter Followers to Invest in Bitcoin, Abandon Fiat Money
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Mexican billionaire, Ricardo Salinas Pliego, has advised its followers on Twitter to stay away from fiat money and embrace bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin).

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Salinas noted that all the existed fiat money is fake as they are made of paper, and the central banks have control over them. He particularly said:

"The dollar, the euro, the yen, the peso — all are the same story. It is fake money of paper lies, and the central banks are producing more money than ever. Invest in Bitcoin."

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This is not the first time Salinas encourages to adopt bitcoin. In June, the Mexican billionaire said his banking business might start using bitcoin, becoming the country's first bank to start accepting the cryptocurrency. Salinas is ranked as Mexico's third richest man with a family fortune estimated at $15.8 billion by Forbes. He is also the owner of the large Banco Azteca banking business.

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