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Blackrock Holds 110K BTC, Kiyosaki Expects $100K BTC Soon, AI Crypto Assets Skyrocket...

• https://news.bitcoin.com, by David Sencil

Blackrock has significantly expanded its presence in the digital currency space, accumulating nearly 110,000 bitcoins for its Ishares Bitcoin Trust (IBIT) ETF. Robert Kiyosaki predicts bitcoin will reach $100,000 by June this year. The AI cryptocurrency sector has seen a remarkable surge, with over $10 billion added to its market value in just 17 days. Anticipation builds for Bitcoin's halving event, which has historically led to price fluctuations including a pre-event dip.

Blackrock's Bitcoin ETF Holdings Near 110K BTC

Blackrock has amassed nearly 110,000 bitcoins for its spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF), Ishares Bitcoin Trust (IBIT), since its launch about a month ago. The world's largest asset manager's bitcoin ETF has a total net inflow of nearly $5 billion, leading the pack among all spot bitcoin ETFs. Blackrock CEO Larry Fink has stated that he is now a big bitcoin believer.

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Robert Kiyosaki Expects Bitcoin to Hit $100K by June This Year

Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki expects the price of bitcoin to reach $100,000 by June this year. This prediction aligns with his earlier forecast of bitcoin's rise and gold's decline. Kiyosaki recently increased his bitcoin holdings in anticipation of a price surge fueled by the recent approval of spot bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and the upcoming Bitcoin halving.

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AI Crypto Assets Skyrocket With Over $10 Billion Added to the Sector in 17 Days

In the last 17 days, the value of artificial intelligence (AI) cryptocurrency assets has soared, with a significant addition of $10.21 billion to their overall market value. This surge aligns with the unveiling of Openai's latest innovation, a generative AI-powered application capable of converting text into video.

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