Ray Dalio Admits He May Be Wrong About Bitcoin But Still Concerned of Government Ban

Ray Dalio Admits He May Be Wrong About Bitcoin But Still Concerned of Government Ban


Billionaire hedge fund manager Ray Dalio has admitted that he may be wrong about bitcoin after stating that governments will ban the cryptocurrency if it “becomes material.” Dalio founded Bridgewater Associates; his hedge fund is the largest in the world.

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Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio has admitted that he may be wrong about bitcoin after stating last week that he did not think that cryptocurrencies “will succeed in the way people hope they would.” He further said that governments will outlaw bitcoin if it becomes material.

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Dalio is an American billionaire hedge fund manager who founded Bridgewater Associates and has served as its co-chief investment officer since 1985. His hedge fund is the largest in the world, with about $140 billion in assets under management. Dalio has been called the “Steve Jobs of Investing” by AICIO Magazine and Wired Magazine. He was also named one of the 100 Most Influential People by

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