Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds, has spoken out about Bitcoin. In a recent interview, Dalio said that he thinks Bitcoin is a “storehold of value” and compared it to gold.
Dalio went on to say that he doesn’t think Bitcoin is an effective currency, because it isn’t easy to use as a means of exchange. He also said that he thinks the current price of Bitcoin is being driven by speculation, and that it’s not yet clear whether Bitcoin will be a lasting investment.
Overall, Dalio seems cautiously optimistic about Bitcoin. He thinks it has the potential to be a valuable asset, but he also thinks it’s still early days for the cryptocurrency.