The co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, has shared his view on crypto in a recent interview with Insider. In Steves’s words, “There’s so many cryptocurrencies that come out now. Everybody has a way to create a new one, and you have a celebrity star with it. It seems like they’re just collecting a bunch of money from people who want to invest at the very earliest stage when it’s worth pennies.”
Wozniak is more into the metaverse than NFTs and crypto. He has experienced scams first hand and, in response, has sued Youtube and Google for promoting giveaways under his name. However, Wozniak is not the only one featured by scammers. The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, the Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, the Apple Cep Tim Cook, and many more famous people have been victims of fake crypto giveaways.
Unicoin vs. Crypto:
Unicorn Hunters, the reality TV series Wozniak plays in, came out with its own cryptocurrency in February, named Unicoin after the show.
Unicoin holders receive dividends and equity stakes in the show’s portfolio of businesses. The Apple co-founder explained that this opens up the startup investment world to a larger mass of people.
Wozniak emphasizes that unicoin is more conservative than most other cryptocurrencies since professional financial choices back it. He believes that tokens are volatile and, in a sense, can have a worth of zero, unlike Steve Wozniak’s view on crypto. Wozniak hopes that unicoin will bring success to the business because it’s based on the outcome of investments.
In regards to Bitcoin, Wozniak believes it is one that he considers “pure gold mathematics.” He has praised bitcoin a couple of times in the past; however, he has one concern on the matter. In his words, “The trouble is governments will never allow it to be out of their control. If it got to the point where everything is being done in crypto and didn’t pass through governments for observation and taxation and all that, the government would just disallow it. They wouldn’t give up their power.” He concluded.
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