The dollar is a fake and mankind’s largest scam. It is headed for a complete crash soon, with gold, silver, and cryptocurrencies set to take its place. All of this lofty rhetoric belongs to Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the bestselling “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” which has sold more than 32 million copies. It is clear that these bombastic words were uttered more to attract attention to Kiyosaki’s new book about the world’s №1 currency, which is called “Fake”, and should be taken as part of his PR campaign, but there is a grain of truth in them. I am talking about the fact that cryptocurrencies could really become (and are already becoming) a viable alternative to the dollar. Considering that we live in a digital age, where new technologies burst suddenly into people’s everyday lives and make them easier and more convenient, there is every chance that the dollar will lose its battle for world hegemony.