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- Former senator, Cory Bernardi, of the Australian Senate is getting ready to join bitcoin.
- During his time in office, Bernardi was a rather controversial figure and he is known for his views against any attempt to bring in anything that could bring the country even slightly to the left-wing.
Former senator, Cory Bernardi, of the Australian Senate is getting ready to join the bitcoin space. During his time in office, Bernardi was a rather controversial figure and he is known for his views against any attempt to bring in anything that could bring the country even slightly to the left wing.
Earlier this year in January, he stepped down from the Senate in order to form his own political party known as the Australian Conservatives.
Publishing a tweet earlier this week, the former member of the Australian Senate showed his interest in the bitcoin industry highlighting that he has been a fan of the asset for around two years now.
Become convert to Bitcoin in last couple of years. My conclusion is it Is the millennial's version fo gold. Still see risks attached but are basically the same as other asset classes - leg, confidence and demand. See demand getting stronger. @APompliano is on the ball re BTC.— Cory Bernardi (@corybernardi) November 10, 2020
Bitcoin is one of those assets that you either love or hate. Many people from all over the world have given their views on the asset. Warren Buffett is one of the many people who has been one to criticise the leading cryptocurrency but he isn’t the only one. People like Buffett believe that bitcoin is an asset without value and that it is too risky to invest in but according to the former senator, the king coin is similar to any other asset, and the risks involved in it are just the same as the others.
Interestingly, he further added in the tweet that bitcoin is the millennial version of gold.
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