Bill Gates Seems Disturbed, Should You Also Be Disturbed?

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In a recent interview with Bill Gate, he remarked on NFTs. He cited ‘the Board Ape NFTs as an example, he said these electronic arts are based on Ponzi schemes (the greater fool theory). His critical views about NFTs cannot be overlooked judging by the kind of person Bill Gate is. Bill Gates, the fourth richest man in the world, is known, right from time for not being in support of crypto. It is not only him, but some other high-ranking world richest are not in support of crypto. However, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are in support of crypto. Many believe that this statement from Bill Gates might precede even more recession in the cryptocurrency economy.

Bill Is Selling Out
From March 2020 to March 2022, it was observed that Bill Gates has dramatically risen in net worth. He was $98 Billion before, but now, he is $133 Billion in net worth. Gates has been selling his unspeculative stocks. He sold His holdings with Caterpillar, 24% worthing $500 million stock. 50% worth of stocks at Walmart, 15% of Berkshire Hathaway, 100% of his Alphabet and Google shares, 100% of UPS and FedEx, and 50% of Microsoft. It appears as though Gates is taking his profits.


It seems like Gates is now investing in lands. He now owns lands in 19 states of the United States of America. He has over 296,000 acres of land.

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