The list of billionaires investing in Bitcoin (BTC) is growing relentlessly. In this regard, cryptocurrency analyst Alex Krüger states that Warren Buffett, will join this list soon.
Undoubtedly, Alex Krüger, known as the economist and Bitcoin bull, expressed on his Twitter account that after announcing the support of corporate giants such as the president of Tudor Investment Corporation Paul Tudor Jones and Druckenmiller for BTC. Warren Buffett may change his mind and invest in Bitcoin.
«Warren Buffett is a value investor and wants cash flow. Eventually, it will come and invest in infrastructure companies and Bitcoin miners».
The list of billionaires who invest in Bitcoin (BTC)
Let’s recap, this week Stanley Druckenmiller, former chairman of Duquesne Capital, announced that he is a Bitcoin investor. Hence, he joined the group of billionaires who invest in Bitcoin.
Taking this into account, Jason yanowitz of the Block Works Group created a list of billionaires with BTC on his Twitter post.
Sure enough, on the list is Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square, who invested $ 50 million in Bitcoin. And Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, who compares investing in cryptocurrencies with early investment in companies like Apple or Facebook.
Some billionaires who are on Jason Yanowitz’s list
Since Bitcoin started the cryptocurrency revolution in 2009, the cryptocurrency space has grown dramatically.
As a result of this growth, several have joined the ranks of the richest people in the world.
He is the founder of Duquesne Capital. In addition, he is considered one of the most successful managers on Wall Street.
Indeed, in an interview with CNBC, Druckenmiller said: “I’m a bit of a dinosaur. But, I’ve gotten used to the fact that Bitcoin could be an asset class that has a lot of appeal as a store of value.”.
Paul Tudor Jones
He is undoubtedly the founder of the hedge fund Tudor Investment Corporation. Of course, he sees Bitcoin as a safe haven from global inflation. Since it passes the test based on four characteristics: purchasing power, reliability, liquidity and portability.
«I think we are in the first entry of Bitcoin and we have a long way to go».
Jack Patrick Dorsey
He is definitely an American philanthropist and tech entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of Twitter. Also, founder and CEO of Square, a financial payments company.
Executive Director of MicroStrategy. It should be noted, that in the webinar, held on October 30, he described Bitcoin as one of the best things that has happened to the crypto world. As a consequence, it indicated that “Bitcoin is a $ 250 trillion solution”.
Founder of Miller Value Partners. In fact, he said in an interview on CNBC that he strongly recommends Bitcoin at current prices. Qualifying it as the “best performing asset class”.
Sure, he’s a former hedge fund manager for the Fortress Investment Group and a former cryptocurrency advocate.
His involvement in Bitcoin started when he first bought cryptocurrencies before retiring from Fortress and becoming the CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners.
As a fun fact, he called the cryptocurrency a bubble. However, it continues to invest in projects related to Bitcoin technology. Due to its high yields.
To this famous list, Berkshire Hathaway’s famous value investor and CEO, Warren Buffett, is soon to be added. Is it true?
Who is Warren Buffett?
He is a legendary investor and CEO of the firm Berkshire Hathaway. That has long demonstrated its mistrust of cryptocurrencies.
But, Buffett is an advocate for store-of-value assets and recently bought more than 20 million shares of Barrick Gold (a large gold mining company), worth about $ 563 million.
According Max keizer, host of the RT program “Keizer Report”: “This will be the beginning of a huge transition in finance, which has recently turned to gold. And he, will soon move to Bitcoin”.
I retire with this phrase from Robert Kiyosaki: “It’s not about how much money you make, but how much you have left. How hard it works for you and how many generations will you have left”.