Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway finds bitcoin 'disgusting and against the interests of civilization'

Warren Buffett's right-hand man, Berkshire Hathaway Vice President Charlie Munger, says he hates Bitcoin's success. "I greet a very useful currency for kidnappers and usurpers, etc.," said Munger. Buffett, on the other hand, avoided the bitcoin question because he did not want to upset many investors who spent a long time on cryptocurrency. Charlie Munger Hates Bitcoin's Success At Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting on Saturday, Vice President Charlie Munger made a statement about Bitcoin. The 97-year-old said in a Q&A session: Of course, I hate the success of bitcoin. Kidnappers and usurpers etc. I don't like the currency that is so useful for it. Munger, who is often known as Warren Buffett's right-hand man, added that "he also doesn't like to transfer the extra billions and billions and billions of dollars." someone who invented a new financial product in improvisation. "Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett (left) and Vice President Charlie Munger at the company's shareholders' general meeting on Saturday. Source: Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Billionaire Berkshire vice president continued: Humbly all these damn developments are disgusting and contrary to the interests of civilization. After Munger finished expressing his thoughts on bitcoin, Berkshire CEO Warren Buffett quickly said, "I agree with that." The Oracle of Omaha previously refrained from answering a question about bitcoin, emphasizing that he does not want to answer directly to cryptocurrency. "We probably have hundreds of thousands of people looking at this own bitcoin, and we probably have two missing," Buffett said: "So we have a choice to annoy 400,000 people and make them unhappy with us. or two people happy, and that's just a silly comparison Munger is a longtime Bitcoin critic. “It's actually an artificial substitute for gold. One

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