Warren Buffett's right-hand man: Bitcoin's success is 'disgusting'

97-year-old American billionaire investor Charlie Munger hates Bitcoin's courage and wants everyone to know. Munger spoke yesterday at the annual meeting of shareholders of the 90-year-old long-term business partner Warren Buffett's condominium conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway. "Of course I hate Bitcoin's success," said Charlie Munger. "I must humbly say that I think all progress is disgusting and against the interests of civilization, and I will leave the criticism to others." Warren Buffett adds, "I agree with that." #YFBuffett pic. By Berkshire Hathaway. “I also don't like to just invest billions, billions and billions of dollars more in someone who has invented a new financial product,” he said. I must humbly say that all these damn developments are disgusting and contrary to the interests of civilization. Munger's attacks on Bitcoin confused Crypto Twitter. In a wave of ad hominem attacks, Munger came under fire for everything from his claim of laundering billions of dollars to his ruthless defense of his coke-consuming habits. 700 calories of coca cola each day can be equal to 140. The article also says that the soda health review is immature and stupid https://t.co/kfGYxWYMkt – Neeraj K Agrawal (@NeerajKA) May 2, 2021 But before Bitcoin was "rat poison square Buffett chose not to agree with Munger's anti-Bitcoin rhetoric. "I'll avoid this question because we probably have hundreds of thousands of people. Let's look at this own bitcoin and we probably have two very small ones." Buffett didn't want to cheat.

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