The CEO of Bitcoin.com and an avid believer in Bitcoin Cash, Roger Ver has recently sat down to talk to Bloomberg in an exclusive video. The CEO has been known for his hate for centralised bodies and radial libertarian thought process and penchant for the Austrian brand of economics, maintained that digital currencies still hold value despite the bear trend that we have seen throughout this year.
Ver is one of the biggest names in the industry and is known throughout the space for his strong opinions on Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and so on. He has been a long leading figure of the industries innovation. Some people claim that he has been taken in by the ‘dark side’ since the infamous hard fork of Bitcoin Cash in August last year but he continues to laud cryptocurrencies for the incredible potential and ability to disrupt centralised players.
Ver recently took his thoughts to Tokyo, Japan where he was met by Bloomberg to have an interview regarding the recent events that have been going on in the crypto space.
The host of the interview references the November crash of Bitcoin and says that it was one of the worst months Bitcoin has experienced in years, saying that the markets have been ‘chilly’ before asking Ver if we had seen the floor of Bitcoin. In response, Ver said that ‘nobody knows’ and said that its unpredictability means it could go ‘up, down or sideways‘ and that such movements are a part of the fun of getting involved in cryptocurrencies.
As reported by Ethereum World News, the interviewer then went onto ask Ver about his gut feeling of what is to come to which he said:
“I’m a fundamentals investor, so I’m investing [due to] fundamental [factors]. [In the] long-term, the future is brighter than ever [for cryptocurrencies]. There’s more awareness, there’s more adoption, and there’s more stuff happening all over the world. So, of course, I’m incredibly bullish on the entire crypto-coin ecosystem.”
You can see part of the interview here: