The CEO of both Square and Twitter has just told the world about his work priorities, and these are not associated with either of the companies he is managing right now; Bitcoin is the sole focus for him. During an ongoing BTC conference, Jack was asked what he really wanted to do, and his answer came out as a little shocking when he revealed that if it was up to him, then he would be doing something on the Bitcoin network.
He also said that Bitcoin is the most important work of his lifetime, which is a strong bond with the world’s strongest cryptocurrencies. The most tempting element for Jack regarding Bitcoin is the level of freedom that it brings to the table. This is something that draws him the most towards Bitcoin, according to Jack Dorsey. Being a crypto enthusiast is one thing, but making it a whole other level is certainly the highest level of affection one can develop for the decentralized narrative of cryptocurrencies and blockchain systems, and this is exactly the direction Dorsey is moving towards.
Bitcoin is the Sole Focus and the Splendid Work of my Lifetime
He says that it is the most important work of his life and an absolutely stunning and empowering thing for the rest of the world too. But the vibes that he gave out during the interview made him sound the most enthusiastic person around the idea of Bitcoin and no one else. One of the companies that he leads, known as Square, purchased about $50 million worth of Bitcoin last year, and according to Jack, this is the only payment method the company is going to work with to unlock its true potential and capabilities.
He said that if he was not working right now for Square and Twitter, then he would definitely be working on Bitcoin. And to add further, he said that if Bitcoin needed more help than Square and Twitter, then he would leave them for Bitcoin, but both these companies definitely have a role to play. Squeezing on another thought, Jack did put forth his own opinion about revolutionizing the world’s financial system saying that we don’t need banks anymore, a little bold of him to say that.