Barry Silbert (cryptocurrency maven) Silbert, a venture capitalist and founder of Digital Currency Group , was an early proponent of Bitcoin. He reportedly nabbed 48,000 Bitcoins in an auction held by the U.S. Marshals Service in 2014 ( the government had seized much of the currency from Silk Road, an online marketplace it said was used for Barry Silbert has recently said that he believes the United States has passed the point of no return when it comes to banning the leading cryptocurrency, bitcoin. Speaking in an investor call, the CEO said he was cautiously optimistic when it came to regulation in the US for improving or at least not getting worse for bitcoin and the industry. Grayscale CEO Barry Silbert mentioned the topic with the company’s investors and shared his optimism regarding the token. “For the first time ever, we are past the ‘ban bitcoin’ perceived risk. One of the oldest cryptocurrency wallet provider Blockchain recently announced the support for PAX stablecoin in a bid to allow its users to obtain true dollar The Founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group Barry Silbert has once again affirmed that Bitcoin is the future gold without any doubts. In an interview with Jen Wieczner and Robert Hackett of Fortune, Silbert said Bitcoin is headed towards a direction that is dangerous to gold.
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Don't hate on Barry Silbert! The guy gets things done and in the long run he is helping the price of Bitcoin (and Ethereum Classic if you are a fan of that coin). He did it his way and it worked ... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue May.16 -- Barry Silbert, Digital Currency Group founder and chief executive officer, discusses what's behind the revival of Bitcoin with Bloomberg's Joe Weis... Barry Silbert is the Founder and CEO of Digital Currency Group. Sitting at the epicenter of the bitcoin and blockchain industry, DCG is a global enterprise that builds, supports, and invests in ... Barry Silbert, Founder of Digital Currency Group, discusses Bitcoin at the 2016 Benzinga Fintech Awards in New York City on May 24th.