The famous YouTuber called Andrei Jikh, who makes videos about finance, has recently released a video clip for his 978,000 YouTube subscribers. Jikh’s discusses in his video that he spent over $100,000 of his wealth on crypto properties.
Jikh has also mentioned the reasons in his video that made him interested in investing such a huge fund on electronic properties. The financial video maker is preparing to share another financial investment experience video, which will go live soon.
Andrei Jikh is a prominent YouTuber, and he has nearly a million subscribers in his channel. His YouTube network primarily focuses on multiple topics related to finance such as individual money, the securities market, typical financial investment properties like supplies, etc.
Jikh informed in his recent video that he bought 7.5 BTC ($ 130,195) and 120 ETH ($ 63,044) and mentioned that people who have not invested in Bitcoin yet might be living under the rocks. While explaining Bitcoin to his 978,000 YouTube subscribers, Jikh points out that it is not a quick money-growing business and has risks similar to traditional investment assets.
In his video, Jikh further speaks about when he bought the crypto assets and says that the marketplace rates were different from today. Jikh, after that, takes place to define the significance of holding crypto assets as they can help people double their investment within a short span if they are lucky.
Jikh’s video has been watched more than 129,000 times till the time of writing this. Most of the fans and subscribers of Jikh’s YouTube channel seem to like the video, while quite a few others opined he is crazy. However, irrespective of the negative comments, Jikh’s video about Bitcoin investment went viral as soon as it was released on November 20.
Towards the end of his video, Jikh clarifies precisely how he believes that nothing can stop this financial sensation from playing even better roles in people’s lives unless a massive solar flare happens or until we get quantum computing that can break the cryptographic algorithms.