Michael Saylor, chief executive of business intelligence company MicroStrategy, tweeted against bitcoin (BTC) in 2013, claiming the asset’s future was bad. By 2020, Saylor’s company has a large Bitcoin position.
“I completely forgot I said something like that,” Saylor said Wednesday in an interview with Anthony Pompliano, co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital. indicated.
MicroStrategy bought 21,454 Bitcoins worth $250 million in that period in recent weeks. The company then began investing most of its capital in Bitcoin.
Following this step taken by the company, Saylor’s post comparing Bitcoin to the online gambling fashion that allegedly began to die out in 2013 surfaced. It must be said that online gambling has not died since.