Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak wants Bitcoin to be the world's sole currency

One of the founders of Apple, Steve Wozniak, said that he agreed with what had been revealed by Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, about Bitcoin not long ago. At that time, Dorsey believed that Bitcoin would be the single currency in the world, and Wozniak also wanted it to happen.

"I agree with what Jack Dorsey said without needing to hope it will happen, but because I want it to be true it is a very pure thought," he said.

"Bitcoin can be mathematically defined, there is a definite quantity, there is a way in which it is distributed. This is very pure and there is no human behind it, no company runs it, it just keeps growing, growing and trying to survive," he added.
Wozniak himself bought the most popular cryptocurrency when the price is still equivalent to US $ 700 per chip, or US $ 6,700 cheaper when compared to its value now referring to data from Coindesk. Even so, Wozniak is not interested in becoming a Bitcoin investor.

He also has sold all of his Bitcoin assets with only one chip left. The man who is often referred to as The Woz said he only wanted to do experiments on the technology.

In addition to having a piece of Bitcoin, the man who founded Apple with Steve Jobs in 1976 also has two Ethereum. Wozniak's second cryptocurrency is the owner of the largest market capitalization among other digital currencies. Bitcoin's market capitalization has almost reached US $ 127 billion, while Ethereum is at US $ 58 billion.
In addition to these two virtual currencies, there are more than 1,000 cryptocurrencies circulating in the world. Even so, Wozniak says Bitcoin is the only natural because it has aspects that make it a status, one of which has been decentralized.

"The only Bitcoin is a natural digital gold and I am absolutely convinced of it, others tend to give up in providing aspects of Bitcoin, for example, being completely decentralized without any control center," he said.
"It's one thing that no one else has, in having a business model, its nature is more important than sharing the conventional aspects that humans have," Wozniak concluded.


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