Is Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary Much More Invested in Bitcoin Than He Lets On?

According to a cryptocurrency enthusiast Thomas SchuIz, who is building an all-in-one crypto wallet managed Cha Ching, multi-millionaire Kevin O’ Leary just might own some BTC.

In an interview shared by him, Kevin says “bitcoin is here to say” and he might take 2 to 3% in Bitcoin.

The original video is from 2013 when Bitcoin was very young, just four years old and had its first bull cycle and was on its 2nd one. You can watch the video here.

During an interview, earlier this year with CNBC O’Leary claimed that Bitcoin is a useless currency.

“I have no idea what its value is, and neither does anybody else,” he said. “The volatility makes it very difficult for me as an investor to put that into a portfolio. So to me, it is a speculation.”

Earlier this week, O’Leary appeared on CNBC along with Morgan Creek Digital’s Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano. O’Leary shamed Pomp or putting 50% of high investment in cryptocurrency. His main concern, however, seemed to be alternative cryptocurrencies as he said,

“If this is really such a great idea, why is there really only one Vegas game working?” he asked.

After putting, $100 in different cryptos viz. BTC, BCH, XRP, ETH, and ETC, two years ago, his holdings are down 70 percent. Now, as the old video of O’Leary’s surfaces people are speculating that he might be a “bitcoin whale.”

“He knows more than he lets off,” says Schulz.

“Do not listen what they say, watch what they do (what they buy),” said a Redditor.

Why is multimillionaire Kevin O'Leary lying that he does not understand bitcoin in 2019 while in early 2013 he already investigated and invested in it? from Bitcoin

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