Another day, another record price for Bitcoin.
The most well-known cryptocurrency reached $15 000 for the first time on Thursday.
Steinhoff, however, is (almost) Bitcoin in reverse.
Bitcoin vs Steinhoff - which one would you buy, if you had to hold for a year?
Given a free R10 000 and forced to hold for a year, would you:— Bruce Whitfield (@brucebusiness) December 6, 2017
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed RMB’s Head of the Blockchain Initiative Farzam Ehsani.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
It was close to $19 000 about an hour ago.— Farzam Ehsani, RMB
Bitcoin is testing our understanding of what value is.— Farzam Ehsani, RMB
Its utility comes from being the most frictionless asset ever.— Farzam Ehsani, RMB
In the long-term, I wouldn’t be surprised if it goes much, much higher.— Farzam Ehsani, RMB
I disagree that it’s a bubble…— Farzam Ehsani, RMB
Some say it could go up to hundreds of thousands of dollars…— Farzam Ehsani, RMB
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