Jamie Dimon News

James L. “Jamie” Dimon is an American banker, businessman, and billionaire. Since 2005, he has been the chief executive officer of the largest American financial holding company JPMorgan Chase. Jamie Dimon’s net worth as of 2018 is $1,27 billion. Among the cryptocurrency community, Jamie Dimon has received the reputation as one of strongest Bitcoin critics because of his announcement in 2017 that cryptocurrency was a fraud and that any traders who sold it would be immediately fired. Later he said that he wasn’t interested in dealing with cryptocurrency because of the potential risks involved. Nevertheless, in 2018, Jamie Dimon was all over the news because of his new-found acceptance of cryptocurrencies, though would only agree to use them in the case of total regulation.

Follow up
After bashing Bitcoin back in 2017, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon seems to have softened his stance on crypto, and so has the firm itself.
From nay to yay: JPMorgan’s path to crypto could shake up finance
Shiraz Jagati
JPMorgan co-president Daniel Pinto said that the current demand “isn’t there yet” for the firm to get into Bitcoin, but he is sure that “it will be at some poin...
JPMorgan will get into Bitcoin ‘at some point,’ says co-president
Helen Partz
While the OCC's new stablecoin guidance doesn't have an impact on JPM Coin, it could lead to crypto payments if there's demand
JPMorgan Chase execs weigh in on stablecoin regulation, crypto competition
Andrew Thurman
Bitcoin outperforms JPMorgan in terms of market capitalization shortly after the firm’s CEO said Bitcoin “is not my cup of tea.”
Bitcoin market cap hits new all-time high and surpasses JPMorgan at $352B
Helen Partz
The number of millionaires wanting to buy cryptocurrencies is on the rise, with a new survey indicating that 73% want to own digital assets before the end of 20...
Survey of millionaires finds 73% own or want to invest in crypto
Joshua Mapperson
JPMorgan chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon predicts a major recession on par with the Great Recession of 2008.
Bitcoin Naysayer Jamie Dimon Praises $2 Trillion Stimulus While Predicting Great Recession
Michael Kapilkov
JPMorgan Chase’s Ron Karpovich says there is “more partnership instead of competition” between the financial establishment and crypto disruptors.
JPMorgan Chase Exec: Crypto Innovators Will 'Ultimately Have to Use a Bank to Move Funds’
Marie Huillet
Hodler’s Digest
Facebook is getting serious about crypto, Samsung’s new smartphone will support more cryptos, and more in this Hodler’s Digest.
Hodler’s Digest, Feb. 25–March 3: Top Stories, Price Movements, Quotes and FUD of the Week
Molly Jane Zuckerman

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