Jim Cramer, a former hedge fund manager and host of CNBC’s Mad Money, called himself a “renegade” and announced the sale of half of his assets in the first cryptocurrency.
.@jimcramer reveals that he bought a lot of bitcoins when it was around $ 12,000. He says he sold half to pay off the mortgage yesterday. “It was like fake money paying real money … I think I won.” https://t.co/L909N1g6x0 pic.twitter.com/hfkzTmIdWl
– CNBC (@CNBC) April 15, 2021
“I know people will be mad at me, but I paid back yesterday [биткоина] using a mortgage loan, ”Kramer said in the air Squawk on the Street.
The host did not specify how many coins he sold. According to him, it was half of the assets in digital gold.
Twitter user SZ BeatzCoin compared Kramer’s decision to buying a pizza for 10,000 BTC.
The next guy for pizza … https://t.co/vDfMDa3bBR
– SZ BeatzCoin (@TheRealZambino) April 16, 2021
In December 2020, on December 11, Kramer announced a “timely” investment in bitcoin at a rate below $ 18,000.
On March 22, 2021, the host thanked Morgan Creek Digital venture capital co-founder Anthony Pomplian for inspiring him to invest in the first cryptocurrency.
Earlier, Shark Tank investor and star Kevin O’Leary announced his intention to invest 3% of his assets in digital gold.
Recall, billionaire Mark Cuban said he concentrated 60% of his portfolio of investments in cryptocurrencies in Bitcoin, 30% in Ethereum and 10% in other digital assets.
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