In a recent appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Paul Tudor Jones, a prominent American billionaire hedge fund manager, shared his insights and overview of Bitcoin, including its regulatory landscape.
Jones acknowledged the concerns surrounding Bitcoin, stating that in the United States, the regulatory process presents a significant challenge for the cryptocurrency.
Despite regulatory challenges, Jones holds a significant amount of Bitcoin in his portfolio. He values Bitcoin for its unique qualities, such as a fixed supply of 21 million coins, which sets it apart from other assets and has motivated him to hold on to it for longer periods.
During the interview, Jones explained that he wants to maintain a small allocation of Bitcoin in his portfolio because it’s the only asset that humans can’t adjust the supply in. This is the primary reason he’s invested in Bitcoin. He also emphasized that he intends to keep it as a small diversification in his portfolio.
While Jones is optimistic about Bitcoin, he anticipates a decrease in inflation, which may pose challenges for Bitcoin and its bullish momentum in the coming days.
Jones previously compared cryptocurrency assets to money, explaining that due to their scarcity, they can potentially have a higher valuation in the future. However, he emphasized that, despite his small investment in Bitcoin, money remains a safer option as long as the Federal Reserve keeps inflation under control.
Compiled by Coinbold