BTC investor Tim Draper doesn’t trust anyone who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, likely because the person most publicly associated with that claim would say Draper is backing the wrong horse … again.
In his short film, CoinGeek Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. walks around talking to people who are there taking part in the event, all about the “giant Frankenstein monster” that is BTC.
In a meeting with Argentinean President Mauricio Macri, the venture capitalist reportedly said he would double his investments in Argentina if the peso gained value at a higher rate than Bitcoin.
Tim Draper believes we’re just a few years away from massive crypto adoption, leaving fiat to the common criminal.
After a successful inaugural round in Tokyo last year, the Japan Blockchain Conference (JBC) is making its way to Yokohoma this January—and over 150 cryptocurrency and blockchain companies from around the world have signed up to participate.
Venture capitalist Tim Draper has been let off the hook with regards to a class action suit brought by investors of the ill-fated Tezos digital coin.