Twitter CEO: BTC to be Single Currency in Decade

Jack Dorsey has a strong belief in the future potential of bitcoin
22 March 2018   973

CEO Twitter Jack Dorsey believes that after 10 years bitcoin will bypass the importance of the US dollar and become the most relevant currency in the world, which will be used by billions of users around the world. The businessman said this in a commentary to the British edition of The Times.

The world ultimately will have a single currency, the internet will have a single currency. I personally believe that it will be bitcoin.As more and more people have it, those things go away. There are newer technologies that build off of blockchain and make it more approachable.
 

Jack Dorsey

CEO, Twitter

Despite the fact that at the moment the bitcoin continues to experience certain problems that, according to Dorsey, prevent him from becoming an "effective currency," further development of the protocol, he believes, will inevitably lead to necessary changes.

The last thought of Jack Dorsey, who is also the founder of the payment start-up Square, seems to refer to the Lightning Network technology - the second layer of bitcoin scaling, which allows for instant and exceptionally cheap microtransactions.

Most Crypto to Fail, Digital Currency Group CEO Says

Barry SIlbert believes Bitcoin is a king and when the mood among major investors changes, BTC is waiting for serious and aggressive growth
14 February 2019   240

Barry Silbert, head of Digital Currency Group, continues to believe in Bitcoin’s great future, but questions the long-term prospects of most existing cryptocurrencies and digital tokens, saying in an interview with CNBC that they will all be worthless in the future.

I'm not a believer in the vast majority of digital tokens and believe most will go to zero. Almost every ICO was just an attempt to raise money but there was no use for the underlying token. The vast majority of what's out there will be eliminated.
 

Barry Silbert

Head, Digital Currency Group

At the same time, Barry Silbert is convinced that Bitcoin, despite the current “terrible schedule”, enjoys great interest from institutional investors and “won the fight for the title of digital gold”.

According to him, the new generation of investors no longer sees gold as a “safe haven”, and the money that is now in gold will be converted into cryptocurrency.

I'm convinced that whatever money is in gold is not going to stay in gold. That gets handed down to millennials. I'm highly confident a lot of that will go into bitcoin.
 

Barry Silbert

Head, Digital Currency Group

Barry Silbert believes that the buy and hold strategy is fully justified, although it is still difficult to say exactly when large institutional money will go into Bitcoin. Nevertheless, he noted, at the beginning of 2019, all the necessary infrastructure was already in place, listed the upcoming launch of the Fidelity custodial solution and investment opportunities such as the Bitcoin futures platform Bakkt.

When the mood among major investors changes, Bitcoin is waiting for serious and aggressive growth, Silbert added.