With cryptocurrency changes the economic landscape at the speed of light, there’s no way we can’t look at the rocket bursting into space.
Growing at an unbelievable pace, millions of people are investing in cryptocurrency on yearly basis.
If you’re passionate about crypto or still reluctant to adopt it, you will enjoy these quotes on cryptocurrencies and how they’re disrupting the classic financial system.
Famous Crypto Quotes
I’m much more confident with crypto than with banks or fiat currency because I can actually control it, and the money supply is transparent, stated up front. It makes online shopping a lot easier and a lot safer. Erik Voorhees
As consumers adopt crypto, we hope that they’ll also be interested in trading equities and options. Baiju Bhatt
Mobile was Internet 2.0. It changed everything. Crypto is Internet 3.0. Gil Penchina
The crypto market has set the bar shockingly low for entrepreneurs to raise money, and this is dangerous for everyone involved. Nick Tomaino
MaxCoin is competing for the crypto buck, if you will. So is Bitcoin, so is Dogecoin. Alt-coins are proving to be formidable because there’s a solid community behind it, there’s a use for it, and it’s got a great market capitalisation. I think that’s going to be a winner. Max Keiser
We are seeing more managed money and, to an extent, institutional money entering the [crypto] space. Anecdotally speaking, I know of many people who are working at hedge funds or other investment managers who are trading cryptocurrency personally, the question is, when do people start doing it with their firms and funds?
– Olaf Carlson-Wee
When we first announced it, we had over a million people sign up to use Robinhood Crypto in the first couple of days. Baiju Bhatt
Crypto today is a libertarian paradise. If you send your money to the wrong place, it’s gone. If you send it to a merchant and don’t receive the goods, you have no recourse. This is cash. Treat it as such. Gil Penchina
“Bitcoin has no physical form – it technically exists online as a complete digital asset. If you do see it, it is in the form of lines of code in an alphanumeric string. But the bottom line is, it is a store of value void of manipulation by government.”
― Olawale Daniel
I am very excited about the prospect of using cryptocurrency, not just as a money equivalent, but using it as a way to earn something as a result of doing some type of work.
– William Mougayar
I see Bitcoin as ultimately becoming a reserve currency for banks, playing much the same role as gold did in the early days of banking. Banks could issue digital cash with greater anonymity and lighter weight, more efficient transactions.
– Hal Finney
“DeFi boom is a very near equivalent of an apocalyptic event for the traditional financial institutions.”
― Mohith Agadi
“Decentralized Finance is The End of civil forfeiture”
― Gun Gun Febrianza
“It is a very important and lucrative skill one can have that allows them to be able to see into the future and act toward it in the present.”
― Mohith Agadi
If the cryptocurrency market overall or a digital asset is solving a problem, it’s going to drive some value.
– Brad Garlinghouse
Bitcoin is here to stay. There would be a hacker uproar to anyone who attempted to take credit for the patent of cryptocurrency. And I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of hacker fury.
– Adam Draper
Blockchain is the tech. Bitcoin is merely the first mainstream manifestation of its potential.
– Marc Kenigsberg
As the value goes up, heads start to swivel and skeptics begin to soften. Starting a new currency is easy, anyone can do it. The trick is getting people to accept it because it is their use that gives the “money” value.
– Adam B. Levine
Well, I think it is working. There may be other currencies like it that may be even better. But in the meantime, there’s a big industry around Bitcoin— People have made fortunes off Bitcoin, some have lost money. It is volatile, but people make money off of volatility too.
– Richard Branson
Bitcoin actually has the balance and incentives center, and that is why it is starting to take off.
– Julian Assange