Famed investor and best-selling author Jim Rogers says that he has seen a lot of bubbles in his career, but that Bitcoin is in a league of its own. There have been plenty of bubbles I have seen in my life but this one is a little strange, because at least when the dot-com jim rickards on bitcoin was around, those were companies that said they had a business,” Rogers explained. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
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This is the only topic where I agree with Jamie Dimon, says currency guru Jim Rickards. I call it a Ponzi with no one in charge. There’s no Madoff, but it’s working that way. This is the only topic where I agree with Jamie Dimon,” says currency guru Jim Rickards. Bitcoin has not been combat tested in a business cycle. We have not had a recession or a financial crisis since 2009. Bitcoin has been in existence for all of eight years but a debate is raging in the investing community: Is the cryptocurrency actually useful beyond just being a vehicle for speculation?
At its worst, does it help facilitate highly questionable and illegal transactions and activity? Bitcoin a “fraud” that “won’t end well. Bitcoin investors can have a good laugh at Mr. This is the only topic where I agree with Jamie Dimon.