[Bitcoin is] a brilliant collectible that’s probably more like art than baseball cards, stamps, or coins, because there’s a finite amount that are going to be made. There’s 21.9 million Bitcoins that are going to be made.
And if enough people hold and don't sell, and enough people borrow to buy, just like we saw in the stock market, [the value will rise]. As much as a shared stock is ownership in a company, that's the all time lie. . . . [T]here's scarcity, and scarcity sells—and there's no greater defined scarcity than Bitcoin.
2017-12-12 | Full Review