JP Morgan Chase’s John Normand has been writing about Bitcoin for many years. He called Bitcoin “a retail novelty,” back in 2014 and essentially has the same opinion today. He acknowledges, though, the huge change in scale Bitcoin has achieved. Trying to avoid calling Bitcoin a Ponzi, he likened it to “Airmiles,” as though Bitcoin’s added value is something like a bonus in the same way as Airmiles is an added value bestowed upon credit cards. Wow. That’s as basic a misunderstanding of the value of Bitcoin as you can get.
The underlying blockchain technology gives Bitcoin the trust and reliability that makes it part of an ever growing network of value. In the future Blockchain technology will be used wherever a secure database is required. Contracts, property deeds, vehicle registration information, stocks, and bonds are going to be using blockchain technology.