Crypto-currency in Rapid City; financial planner weighs in
As more people invest their money into digital currency, Rick Kahler, founder of Kahler Financial Group, says it might be better to leave it to someone with more financial knowledge.
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) – Increasingly, people around the world are putting down the pennies and picking up crypto-currency. Metaphorically that is.
According to Markets Insider, there were more than 100 million crypto-currency users in February 2021.
Crypto-currency is a digital form of money, not backed by anyone or anything in particular and not regulated by the government.
A local financial planner doesn’t necessarily see it as the currency we know and understand.