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“Buy Bitcoin,” Novogratz Exclaims as US Interest Payment Projected to Hit $1 Trillion 


Renowned billionaire investor Mike Novogratz urges people to buy Bitcoin amid the United States’ surging debt and interest payments.

In a recent tweet, the CEO of Galaxy Digital and prominent billionaire investor Mike Novogratz investor and crypto advocate Mike Novogratz issued a resounding call amid concerns over the surging US interest payments reaching new heights.

Specifically, Novogratz exclaimed, “Buy Bitcoin,” in response to market analyst Joe Consorti’s revelation that the United States’ interest payments have skyrocketed to $970 billion. The analyst said the figure marked an alarming increase of $41 billion during the second quarter.

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US Interest Payment to Reach $1 Trillion 

Consorti’s accompanying graph titled “US Government Annual Interest Expense” further portrayed a stark picture of the US situation. It showed the rise of interest payments from below $400 billion in 2008 to alarming figures projected to be $1 trillion by 2023. 

The market analyst highlighted the implications of the mounting interest burden. He argued that as tax receipts continue to fall behind sovereign debt growth, interest payments will increasingly rely on revenue generated from additional debt issuance—a potentially precarious cycle.

Bitcoin as a Hedge 

In light of these developments, Mike Novogratz took to Twitter to advocate for Bitcoin. The leading crypto, often called “digital gold,” has gained popularity as a hedge against economic uncertainty and inflation. 

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Novogratz’s bullish stance on Bitcoin underscores his unwavering belief in its potential to weather economic turbulence. However, Novogratz is not the only financial figure sounding the alarm bells. 

Bestselling author and financial expert Robert Kiyosaki recently shared his concerns about the US situation. In a tweet, Kiyosaki questioned the sudden rise in the stock market and attributed it to removing the “Debt Ceiling,” which allows national debt to escalate with the stock market’s gains. 

He expressed worries that while the rich get richer, the nation, unfortunately, becomes poorer due to increasing debt burdens. Kiyosaki also highlighted his preference for “real money and real assets” to safeguard against financial instability. 

He reiterated his trust in time-tested assets like Gold, Silver, and Bitcoin, positioning them as a hedge against the prevailing economic uncertainties.

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Abdulkarim Abdulwahab
Abdulkarim Abdulwahabhttp://thecryptobasic.com
Abdulkarim Abdulwahab is a blockchain writer with a specific interest in journalistic writing. He covers breaking events in the crypto community and blockchain industry. Over the past year, he has published over 1,500 short-form and long-form content for Web3 publishing firms.

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