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SoftBank CEO believes bitcoin will be useful in the future but “not any time soon“

SoftBank CEO believes bitcoin will be useful in the future but “not any time soon“

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  • Crypto adoption is on the rise recently since the leading cryptocurrency of bitcoin has been doing the rounds when it comes to bullish momentum. 
  • But not everyone yet understands fully what bitcoin is or how it works. 

Crypto adoption is on the rise recently since the leading cryptocurrency of bitcoin has been doing the rounds when it comes to bullish momentum. But not everyone yet understands fully what bitcoin is or how it works. 

There are numerous videos and articles out there that explain it but some people will leave those articles and videos more confused than when they started!

This is a sentiment that is being shown in numerous institutional investors such as Masayoshi Son, who is the billionaire technology entrepreneur and the Chief Executive Officer of SoftBank, a conglomerate institution based in Japan. He has said that he doesn’t “understand“ bitcoin as it rises significantly in its value.

Son has said that bitcoin investment is seemingly pulling his attention away from his actual own business according to a report from business insider last week on the 19th of November.

He added that he would spend five minutes every day watching the price of bitcoin go up and down highlighting that he was told by a friend to invest 1% of his personal assets into the coin. Quick maths shows that this is around $200 million.

When discussing the future of digital currency, the CEO said that digital currencies will be useful in the future and are great for development but it will take time and they won’t go anywhere any time soon.

“I think digital currency will be useful [...] But I don't know what digital currency, what structure, and so on.”

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