Anand Mahindra denies investing in crypto, slams ‘Fake’ reporting


Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra dismissed reports which claimed that he has invested in crypto. A recent report by an online website had highlighted that Mahindra’s investment in crypto has left “experts in awe and banks terrified.”


In a tweet, Mahindra called the report “fabricated and fraudulent”. According to a story by ‘blastheincome.club’ (which cited the Times Of India), while referring to cryptocurrencies during a TV interview, Mahindra said that there is a “wealth loophole” which can make anyone a millionaire in three to four months.


Anand Mahindra Denies Investing In Crypto, Slams ‘Fake’ Report The report also added that Mahindra urged people to jump the crypto bandwagon before the banks shut the asset.


“This would be highly amusing if it wasn’t so unethical &, in fact, dangerous. Someone saw this online & alerted me. I need to make people aware that this is completely fabricated & fraudulent. Takes fake news to a new level. Ironically, I’ve not invested a single rupee in cryptos,” he tweeted.


As per the screenshot of the report shared by Mahindra, it quoted him as saying: “Right now, my number one money-maker is a cryptocurrency auto-trading program called Bitcoin Era. It’s the single biggest opportunity I’ve seen in my entire lifetime to build a small fortune fast.

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