Qualifies Bitcoin as Digital Gold

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Oct 25, 2021

Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of SkyBridge Capital, describes Bitcoin as “Digital Gold” and considers it a giant asset class

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Anthony Scaramucci, founder and managing partner of SkyBridge Capital, defended the absolute superiority of Bitcoin among cryptocurrencies, emphasizing the opinion that almost everyone with a little knowledge and interest in cryptos owns Bitcoin. In an interview with CNBC, SkyBridge Capital founder Scaramucci thinks Bitcoin will become a giant asset class and describes Bitcoin as digital gold.
Scaramucci confirmed that he has accumulated Bitcoin since last year and has over $1 billion in BTC. At the same time, Scaramucci's Hedge Fund giant SkyBridge recently announced its private crypto partnership to build a better-decentralized infrastructure.
Thanks to its partnership with NAX's trading platform, SkyBridge will launch several fundraising campaigns that take into account various decentralized finance efforts associated with digital currencies such as Bitcoin.
In addition to Scaramucci's fascination with BTC, Newt Gingrich explained in his financial advice to countries that he found it logical to use Bitcoin as a hedge against inflation as well as against central banks. In addition, Newt Gingrinch made the following statement on the subject:
“This is an opportunity for countries to keep some of their reserves in Bitcoin as a hedge against inflation and central banks. In particular, it would make more sense for banks that do not do much around the world, such as the central bank of El Salvador, to use Bitcoin. The more established countries – the Americans, the Chinese, the Germans – are at risk of changing the rules of the game.”

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