Bitcoin’s first ten years of existence was mixed but exhilarating. There is enthusiasm from the token’s die-hards and well, vitriol from skeptics. Its appeal of censorship resistance and decentralization has attracted many forward-thinking leading tech minds such as Apple’s Steve Wozniak, and Jack Dorsey of Twitter.
It’s very vocal naysayers, on the other hand, include Black Rock’s Larry Fink, Warren Buffet, Jamie Dimon, and Ben Bernanke, former chair of the Federal Reserve. These critics all come from a position of power in the legacy finance world. Why? Turkeys cannot favor Christmas.