Twitter CEO says Bitcoin will be the World’s only currency in 10 Years

Written by Sajeel Syed ·  1 min read >

Bitcoin, the king of cryptocurrencies looks forward towards a significant boost as the co-founder of one of the world’s largest online social networks has given a statement in its favor. Co-founder and CEO of Twitter and Square Inc, Jack Dorsey has said that the cryptocurrency will become the world’s single currency within 10 years.

While giving an interview to The Times, Dorsey gave a statement with dual meanings saying that some form of cryptocurrency, and probably Bitcoin itself, will eventually become the world’s dominant medium of exchange.

Considering cryptocurrency’s meteoric rise in popularity over the past few months, such statements come as a huge boost in its value. According to Dorsey,

“The world ultimately will have a single currency, the internet will have a single currency. I personally believe that it will be Bitcoin… probably over ten years, but it could go faster.”

His extremely positive remarks in favor of cryptocurrencies don’t surprise us at all, as he is the CEO of Square, a company which provides crypto-friendly mobile payments. And even recently, the company has added an option to buy and sell Bitcoin directly from the Square Cash app.

Meanwhile, Dorsey has also discussed the limitations of Bitcoin saying that it “does not have the capabilities right now to become an effective currency.” But he believes that as soon as more people will own cryptocurrencies, “those things will go away. “There are newer technologies that build off of blockchain and make it more approachable.”

In any case, Dorsey’s statement does not need to be true about crypto becoming the world’s dominant method of exchange, as various countries have not yet regulated cryptocurrencies as a legal medium of exchange. Even China, which comprises of almost half of the world’s population has already banned cryptocurrency and has started a crackdown against crypto miners.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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