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.

Recap
Cointelegraph reviews JPMorgan’s changing attitude to blockchain over the past few years.
JPMorgan’s Balancing Act Between Blockchain and Crypto
Gareth Jenkinson
2018-08-29T21:40:00+01:00
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Hodler’s Digest
The US DEA actually encourages people to keep using cryptocurrencies, and the WSJ releases a report exposing a variety of “pump and dump” schemes.
Hodler’s Digest, August 5-12: You Can’t Actually Buy A Frappucino With Bitcoin, But You Can Ship More Things On Blockchain
Molly Jane Zuckerman
2018-08-12T15:22:00+01:00
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Bitcoin is a “scam,” JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said this weekend, returning to his original stance on the cryptocurrency.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Returns to Bitcoin Bashing, Calls Cryptocurrency a ‘Scam’
William Suberg
2018-08-06T13:29:00+01:00
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JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon shies away from speaking about crypto, calling new forms of payment the biggest competitive threat.
Jamie Dimon Says JPMorgan Will Use Blockchain ‘for a Whole Lot of Things’
Maxwell William
2018-08-05T16:04:00+01:00
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JPMorgan has filed a new patent for obligation-backed virtual receipts on a distributed system technology like blockchain.
JPMorgan Files New Patent for Virtual Receipts on Distributed System
Max Yakubowski
2018-07-19T16:25:00+01:00
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The price of Bitcoin is “more likely to be worth $100 than $100,000” with increased regulation and less criminal use, a Harvard economist told CNBC.
Bitcoin Price ‘More Likely To Hit $100’ Without Illicit Uses, Says Harvard Economist
William Suberg
2018-03-06T17:15:00+00:00
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J.P. Morgan Chase has now referred to cryptocurrencies as a “risk” to its business that could cause it to lose market share, according to its annual SEC report.
J.P Morgan Sees Crypto As ‘Competition’ And ‘Risk’ To Its Business In SEC Annual Report
Molly Jane Zuckerman
2018-02-28T12:32:00+00:00
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Aging Berkshire Hathaway vice president Charlie Munger outdid CEO Warren Buffett in slamming Bitcoin this week.
94-Year-Old Berkshire Hathaway VP: It’s ‘Disgusting’ People Buy Bitcoin
William Suberg
2018-02-15T12:35:00+00:00
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