It has been revealed the fact that BlackRock’s CEO Larry Fink said that Bitcoin is digital gold. Check out the latest reports about what he had to say below.

BlackRock’s Larry Fink praises Bitcoin

Fink said recently that Bitcoin is digital gold, sending a lot of hype in the crypto industry.

Someone commented: “Interesting development! It is intriguing to hear the CEO of a major asset management firm, BlackRock, affirming the concept of Bitcoin as “digital gold”. This recognition could have wide-ranging implications for the future of cryptocurrencies and the broader financial landscape.”

Another follower said that it is “Fantastic to see BlackRock’s CEO recognizing Bitcoin as “digital gold.” This acknowledgment from a major asset manager further solidifies Bitcoin’s status as a store of value. The growing institutional acceptance is a significant milestone for the entire crypto space.”

BlackRock supports ETH

Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, has shown his support for the creation of Ethereum (ETH) exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that are traded on the spot market. In a recent interview on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Fink pointed out that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has already approved spot Bitcoin (BTC) ETFs and therefore it would be reasonable for the agency to also approve spot ETH ETFs.

Fink also stated his belief that tokenization in the financial industry could lead to a crackdown on corruption, including money laundering.

“I see value in having an Ethereum ETF. As I said, these are just stepping stones towards tokenization. And I really do believe this is where we’re going to be going. We have the technology to tokenize today. Think about this, if you had a tokenized security and you have a tokenized identity, you Andrew [Sorkin], the moment you buy or sell an instrument, it’s known, it’s on a general ledger that is all created together. You want to talk about issues around money laundering and all that, this eliminates all corruption by having a tokenized system.”

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