JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon: ‘I Could Care Less About Bitcoin’

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Oct/15/2017

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon breaks down his view on Bitcoin, the explosive anonymous digital currency, while speaking Friday at the Institute of International Finance.

“I could care less about Bitcoin,” he says.  “God bless the blockchain,” Dimon added.  The blockchain is an integral part of Bitcoin’s existence. 

One of the industries that’s become especially reliant on Bitcoin: Online gambling.  Up to 40% of all transactions involve the digital currency as of 2017.

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