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Michael Saylor: “Bitcoin’s continuing to decentralize … Once people understand that it’s the lowest risk, most robust, most secure digital property—if not the only digital property, then I think you see an explosion of corporate adoption and institutional adoption and technology adoption.”

Michael Saylor: “Bitcoin’s continuing to decentralize … Once people understand that it’s the lowest risk, most robust, most secure digital property—if not the only digital property, then I think you see an explosion of corporate adoption and institutional adoption and technology adoption.”



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  1. Why does this same post keep getting shared and reshared so much? I wish this chick would stop pumping this interview she did. And presumably its her bc “Look, I’m interviewing Michael Saylor and I’m cute”.

  2. Yeah, no. I’m confused

    I’m a massive crypto holder.

    I’m seeing this “continuing to decentralise” but I’m also seeing evidence it’s become more centralised as whales increase.

    What am I missing?

  3. Haven’t people had like 10 years to “realize its the lowest risk digital asset, and most secure digital property”? I fucked around and found out, now im down $50,000 this year. Thanks bitcoin

  4. “lowest risk”

    No. That’s a fucking lie and it’s sad that he’s claiming such bullshit to shill his investment. I am bullish on bitcoin and I think it’s amazing but it’s definitely a highly speculative and risky investment.

    Also the more institutional and corporate involvement, the more centralized it’ll become and the more closely it’ll be correlated to the traditional stock and equities market.

What do you think?

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