Matthew Lesko, 90's "Free Money Guy" States Bitcoin Is A Scam

Matthew Lesko, the so-called “90’s free money guy” stated in an interview with CNET that bitcoin and all crypto were “scams” and gambles.
The “question mark guy”,  known for his publications and infomercials on federal grant funding, answered some questions on an interview where he stated that if you want to lose money, bitcoin is the name of the game.
When directly asked about if he considered cryptocurrencies a scam, he said:”Realistically, it’s that way. Everyone is hoping there’s another sucker. It keeps going up as long as somebody else thinks it’s worth more. It’s all about getting in and getting out. A lot of the stock market is that way, so who the hell knows.”
He also stated that if bitcoin had been available at the time of his books, he would not have recommended it to anyone. “Gambling doesn’t help anyone to overcome their problems” Lesko was known for his exaggerations on getting “billions” from the federal government to fund virtually whatever that you could ask.

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