Bridgewater’s Dalio Sees Governments Banning Bitcoin Should It Become ‘Material’

Bridgewater’s Dalio Sees Governments Banning Bitcoin Should It Become ‘Material’
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Ray Dalio, the founder and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, he sees three main problems with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that will limit their future, including that governments will “outlaw” them should they start to become “material.”

In an with Yahoo Finance, Dalio said he expects more digitized versions of government-issued currencies in the future than and other cryptocurrencies for three reasons:

“I don’t think digital currencies will succeed in the way people hope they would,” Dalio said.

The comments are at odds with comments made by other billionaire investors including and who say they’ve invested in bitcoin.

“Would I prefer bitcoin to gold? No,” Dalio said.

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