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Hedge Fund Legend Stanley Druckenmiller Claims Bitcoin Is Here to Stay While Predicting That Ethereum Could Be Next Yahoo


u.today 11 May 2021 12:46, UTC
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During his recent CNBC interview, hedge fund legend Stanley Druckenmiller said that Bitcoin would be "very hard" to unseat in the store of value race: 

It's gonna be very hard to unseat Bitcoin as a store of value asset...It's been around long enough.

At the same time, he claims that Ethereum could be the next Yahoo, with another cryptocurrency ending up stealing its crown:         

Obviously, Ethereum has the lead in terms of smart contracts...It's just not probable that Ethereum is gonna be the ultimate winner...It's too early. 

The dollar could lose its global reserve status   

He said that the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing policy is endangering the role of the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency. Druckenmiller expects the greenback to lose this status in the next 15 years.        

The most likely replacement some sort of cryptocurrency ledger system that hasn’t been invented yet, according to Druckenmiller:  

Europe is a complete mess. Who’s gonna trust the Chinese...I said that crypto was a solution in search of a problem…The problem has been clearly identified. 

Druckenmiller has also commented on the overheated markets:            

A monkey could make money in this market.

Druckenmiller is a Bitcoiner 

As reported by U.Today, Druckenmiller revealed that he owned Bitcoin back in November, comparing it to a gold-like store of value: 

Bitcoin could be an asset class that has a lot of attraction as a store of value for both millennials and new West Coast money, which, as you know, they’ve got a lot of it. It’s been around for 13 years and each passing day it picks up more of its stabilization as a brand.

Prior to that, the billionaire rejected the idea of getting into crypto.          

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