$JPM's Jamie Dimon on bitcoin: "I'll just challenge the group to one other thing: how do you know it ends at 21 million? You all read the algorithms? You guys all believe that? I don't know, I've always been a skeptic of stuff like that."
Jamie Dimon on BTC: 2014: “terrible store of value” 2015: “will not survive” “will be stopped” 2016: "going nowhere" 2017: "a fraud" 2018: "don't really give a shit" 2019: [JPMCoin launch] 2020: “not my cup of tea” 2021: “I have no interest in it” “fool’s gold” “worthless” BTC: pic.twitter.com/ya6ZeDgqrr
Bitcoin is both Worthless but Worth $1 Trillion and for Adults....so says Jamie Dimon Fresh on my blog howardlindzon.com/bitcoin-valuation-crosses-1-trillion-but-is-it-worthless/ $jpm $btc.x
Jamie Dimon is taking an upbeat view of the US economy and Covid, even saying that we won't be talking about supply chain concerns a year from now. My story. $JPM cnn.it/3p6wn34
13 October, 2021 - 03:46am
On Monday, Bezos tweeted a picture of Barron’s magazine cover from 1999 which was doubting whether Amazon would go on to become the successful global enterprise we now know it as today.
Bezos wrote in the tweet: “Listen and be open, but don’t let anybody tell you who you are. This was just one of the many stories telling us all the ways we were going to fail.
“Today, Amazon is one of the world’s most successful companies and has revolutionized two entirely different industries.”
Never wanting to miss the chance to have a dig at Bezos, Musk, who is now the richest man in the world after seeing his personal wealth sky-rocket to $222 billion last week following a secondary share sale by investors, simply tweeted a silver medal emoji at Bezos just to let him know who was number one right now.
At the time of writing, Forbes says Bezos’s personal wealth stands at $189.5 billion, whereas Musk’s is $206.6 billion.
Although Bezos’s tweet did earn some positive responses, Musk’s casual mockery of the 57-year-old garnered many more reactions and memes.
Bezos’s tweet also came just hours before the Washington Post published an article that criticised the workplace culture in Bezos’s other company, Blue Origin, and the man himself. One anonymous employee in the article says: “Our current culture is toxic to our success.”
Blue Origin is set for another landmark space launch on Wednesday, which will see Star Trek actor William Shatner become the oldest person to ever travel into the solar system.