In an October 2017 interview, Jamie Dimon famously lambasted Bitcoin as a “fraud” and the people who bought it as “stupid” which, temporarily, halted the ascent in the Bitcoin price. It also led to much heated debate in the mainstream media and much anger across the crypto community. Show More Summary
Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co, on Wednesday said he expects to see a new U.S. president in 2021 and advised Democrats to come up with a “pro-free enterprise” agenda for jobs and economic growth. Asked at a luncheon hosted by The Economic Club of...
Yellen out; Wells Fargo's equity analyst bot is batting 0-for-1; maybe corporate private jets are good; Jamie Dimon has complex feelings about the national debt; sky penises; and more.
As the mainstream contonues to embrace cryptocurrencies - much to the chagrin of Jamie Dimon et al. in the establishment - CME Group is "responding to client interest" and launching a Bitcoin Futures contract in Q4. CME Group says new...Show More Summary
Following JP Morgan CEO, Jamie Dimon’s, now infamous rant about Bitcoin being a fraud, a great product for criminals and having no value, Adam Ludwin, CEO of Chain.com, wrote “A Letter to Jamie Dimon”, which received some coverage in...Show More Summary
By Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at A tale of two James'. What does this guy: Captain James Cook ...have in common with this guy: Two things: Same first name, and similar opportunities. Let me explain. Captain James was probably just another ruffian salty with poor hygiene and bad teeth. Show More Summary
While Jamie Dimon, Warren Buffett, Ray Dalio and Larry Fink have all revealed themselves to be skeptics of bitcoin, accusing it of being a bubble, at best, and a fraud, at worst, one longtime investor who made his name scooping up “value”...Show More Summary
The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Sumatra coffee, grab a seat in the backyard, and get ready for our longer form weekend reads: • A Letter to Jamie Dimon, and anyone else still struggling to understand cryptocurrencies (Chain)...Show More Summary
note – I apologize for the earlier screwup…somehow an older group of posts was sent instead of today’s piece below… I have never written a letter to Jamie Dimon. I have sent a few tweets his way. The founder of Chain (a company focused...Show More Summary
Jamie Dimon has been a vocal critic of bitcoin since its earliest days, but his most recent comments have ignited a conversation about digital currencies on Wall Street. Two of the bankers' main arguments against the cryptocurrency are...Show More Summary
And he’s spending a few hundred million dollars to prove it.
Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, Something pretty miraculous happened recently. It appears that Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, went nearly TWO WEEKS without bashing Bitcoin. This must be a record for Mr. Dimon, who...Show More Summary
"If you're stupid enough to buy it, you'll pay the price for it one day," said Dimon at an Institute of International Finance event. Bitcoin Investment Trust is down nearly 40% from its 52-week high.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said he could care less about what bitcoin trades at -- but can't stop talking about it.
Why is this still a thing.
Yesterday during JPMorgan's earnings call, CEO Jamie Dimon relayed the following... "I wouldn’t put this high in the category of important things in the world, but I’m not going to talk about bitcoin anymore." It seems 'anymore' to Dimon...Show More Summary
Jamie Dimon can't get bitcoin off his mind. JPMorgan's CEO popped off about bitcoin one day after saying he was done talking about the red-hot digital currency, which Friday morning reached more than $5,800 per coin. The billionaireShow More Summary
Jamie Dimon, head man at JP Morgan Chase, has a love/hate relationship with Bitcoin. Dimon’s vitriolic comments regarding Bitcoin went viral last month, as he called the cryptocurrency a ‘fraud’ and threatened to fire anyone caught trading it. Show More Summary
He's done talking about it...OKAY?!
One of the most famous lines associated with a government sex scandal was uttered in 1963 by Mandy Rice-Davies, a party girl and peripheral player in the Profumo affair, which helped bring down Harold Macmillan’s Tory government. Informed during an appearance on the witness stand that one of the...