Bill Maher, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates mocking Bitcoin, referring to Nassim Taleb

American comedian and TV host Bill Maher mocked other cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and dogecoin, on Friday's show. He cited several critics of Bitcoin: Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, and Nassim Taleb, author of The Black Swan. Bill Maher admits he will not buy Bitcoin. TV presenter and political commentator Bill Maher mocked Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies during his live show Friday with Bill Maher. Speaking of bitcoin, dogecoin and a few other cryptocurrencies, he said dogecoin is "the same as all other cryptocurrencies because it's a joke". He named Dogecoin "Easter Bunny Cartoon Cash" and compared cryptocurrencies in light of Tinkerbell. “The source of energy is based only on enough children to believe in him,” he said. Maher claimed that he had read and disclosed cryptocurrency articles, claiming that I still did not understand them, neither you nor anyone else. Maher went on to mention Satoshi Nakamoto, stating that the fake bitcoin maker's names were "Japanese words for monopoly money." He then quoted Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, saying that "money has to come and be produced by something real, cryptocurrency says no." Maybe that's why Warren Buffett said, “Cryptocurrencies are basically worthless and produce nothing. What you hoped is that someone else will come and you'll pay more for them later on, but that person got the problem. In terms of value: zero. The TV host later reported that The Black Swan writer Nassim Taleb said that bitcoin is an “ open ponzi scheme ''. Noting how the world economy collapsed in 2009, Maher added, "It's like having an imaginary best friend who is also a banker." Maher then attacked the power required for Bitcoin mining and cited Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who said that Bitcoin uses more electricity. per transaction than any other method

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