Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran Defenders Get Rich By Investing In Real Estate, Not Cryptocurrencies

The entrepreneurial Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran, who turned the $ 1,000 loan into a billion-dollar real estate empire, says he will get rich by investing in real estate, not cryptocurrencies. The American investor takes every extra penny he has and puts it into the real estate and points out that in this way he will gradually get rich. Real estate entrepreneur Barbara Corcoran, Investing in Real Estate Against Cryptocurrency, shared her opinion on cryptocurrency and bitcoin in an interview with TMZ while on the road at Union Square in New York this week. Corcoran is an American investor famous for building a billion-dollar real estate empire with a loan of just $ 1,000. He is also the star of the hit TV series "Shark Tank" and author of the best-selling book "Shark Tales: How I Turned into a Mily Dollar Business". First, he was asked whether "cryptocurrency is all the rage right now". The shark tank star responded quickly "of course". Being an old-fashioned investor, Corcoran was asked if he thought investors should now enter cryptocurrencies. “I have a lot of smart business people I know who jumped on it and wanted me to take the train with them. Not me. I get every extra penny I put into the real estate. It's a slow way to get rich, ”he explains,“ I know that by investing in real estate I will get rich rather slowly. Meanwhile, Shark Tank stars Kevin O'Leary and Mark Cuban have adopted cryptocurrencies. O'Leary has invested 3% of its portfolio in Bitcoin and Ether and also wants to invest in companies producing “ clean '' bitcoins. Earlier this month, he announced that he would not buy "Chinese blood coins". Cuban said in March that Bitcoin is better than gold. NBA team Dallas Mavericks accepted dogecoin cryptocurrency for ticket and merchandise sale. He invested and invested in a bitcoin, ethereum, and other cryptocurrency wallets. Read more

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