Steve Wozniak, who co-founded Apple, a $3 trillion company, with Steve Jobs, talked about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
In a recent interview with Business Insider, Steve Wozniak, who praised Bitcoin, compared the leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin to “pure gold”. Wozniak described many altcoin projects as "robbery".
Steve Wozniak has been known to be a long-time Metaverse fan. Despite this, the famous name is not convinced about the benefits of NFTs and cryptocurrencies. Wozniak said such assets are often unreliable and have a record of being "fraud".
Stating that high amounts are collected from investors with pre-sales, Wozniak emphasizes that the crypto money invested should be investigated in detail. Saying that some altcoins have great promise in the long run, Apple co-founder believes that even an Apple can emerge from crypto money projects in the coming years.
“A lot of cryptocurrencies are coming into the market these days. Everyone has their own method of creating a crypto, plus a famous star to advertise it. To me, all this is about raising money from people who want to invest in projects at a very early stage, when they are still worth a penny. has purpose.”
According to Wozniak, the reason people buy these coins is because they are blind to the idea of potentially making a big unexpected profit.
The famous name said that there are several major cryptocurrencies that can be considered economically for an economic strategy, but the only crypto money that can be systematically described as "pure gold" is Bitcoin.
Despite this, Wozniak said in his statement in October that states would eventually want to ban Bitcoin. However, Wozniak explained that he thinks BTC is mathematically pure and that another BTC will never be created.
Bitcoin price was traded at $39,054 at the time of writing, while the last 24-hour trading volume was $15,951,629,875.