The 24-year-old creator of Ethereum has actually cautioned investors that cryptocurrencies might drop any time.
He included that no one needs to invest more than they can manage to lose.
Ethereum is the 2nd most in demand cryptocurrency.
To those thinking about investing, 24-year-old Russian-Canadian developer and author Vitalik Buterin likewise recommended: "Don't put in more money than you can afford to lose."
The alert came through a tweet on Buterin's account on Saturday.
The complete message read: "Reminder: cryptocurrencies are still a new and hyper-volatile asset class, and could drop to near-zero at any time. Don't put in more money than you can afford to lose. If you're trying to figure out where to store your life savings, traditional assets are still your safest bet."
The reaction to Twitter caution was divided.
Some users indicated Buterin was generating "excessive panic."
Some straight-out disagreed with him ...
... And some clearly joked that the recommendations was coming too late.
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