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According to Scaramucci, anybody who analyzes Bitcoin ends up investing in it

The founder and CEO of Skybridge Capital, Antony Scaramucci has revealed in interview with CNBC that people who analyze Bitcoin, end up investing in it. His firm Skybridge Capital is one of the biggest investor in cryptocurrency. On October 25, 2021, CNBC, took Twitter to highlight the wordings of Scaramucci on Bitcoin. He said, “Those who do their homework end up investing in Bitcoin.”

He mentions many big institutions are still hesitant in investing in digital currency, even after knowing the potential growth of Bitcoin in coming years. But, in his interview with CNBC he revealed that once, someone starts gaining knowledge about Bitcoin they end up owning a piece of it.

Certain famous names have already bought Bitcoin

He further took some famous names who have invested in Bitcoin already. Scaramucci threw light on various billionaires who were initially against the cryptocurrency but ended up investing in Bitcoin. Multiple billionaires like Ray Dalio, Paul Tudor Jones, and Stanley Druckenmiller have their share in Bitcoin.

The careful and in-depth analysis of Bitcoin, attracts the attention of investors towards it, as they realize the growth potential Bitcoin has.

Scaramucci highlighted the growth of Bitcoin since last year, as there is a vast difference in the prices of Bitcoin from 2020 to 2021. There was 300% increase in the price of Bitcoin. Antony Scaramucci was shocked to see the growth trends of Bitcoin. As per the sources, last week on 20th October 2021 the cryptocurrency set a new record of hitting the target above $67,000.

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