Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary, also known as Mr. Wonderful, shared his cryptocurrency investment strategy and the coins he owns. He also discussed the crypto market bubble, diversification, regulation, and why he believes that non-fungible tokens (NFTs) will be larger than Bitcoin.
Kevin O’Leary discusses his crypto investment, market bubble and NFT
“Genius Winner” star Kevin O’Leary discussed cryptocurrencies, his portfolio, diversification, market bubbles, meme coins, and non-fungible tokens in a recent article (NFT) interview With Forbes, published on Friday.
He explained that he viewed “the entire encryption industry as a software development team” and added that he bet on “very creative software engineers.” When talking about the cryptocurrency he holds, he revealed:
Ether is my biggest position, which is bigger than Bitcoin.
“This is because a lot of financial services and transactions are happening on it,” the Shark Tank star described. “Even new software like Polygon is under development, it can integrate transactions and reduce the overall cost of Ethereum gas fees.”
O’Leary then mentioned some of the cryptocurrencies he owns, saying:
I own Ivy, Polygon, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana, Serum-these are all bets on software development teams, and they have many, many use cases.
In addition, Mr. Wonderful added that he “has an important and important position in USDC” and pointed out that he “begins to pay for assets and obtain income in the form of stable coins”.
“In the final analysis, it is the speed and level of adoption that determine the success and value of the platform. This happens when the team develops a platform that solves economic problems,” he believes.
O’Leary continues to express his views on the meme cryptocurrency. He pointed out that “long-term tokens with no economic value are because they cannot solve any problems or create any value,” he warned:
I have long been skeptical of memecoins.
The Shark Tank star was also asked if he thinks there is a bubble in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. He replied: “The thing to realize is that the market is the market. No one can manipulate it, even if people claim that they can… In terms of the value of something, millions of decisions are made every second . It applies to every market, whether it’s tulips, watches, bitcoin, real estate or gold.”
Noting that “in the long run, this is a fool’s game, you can’t win,” he emphasized:
You don’t know when it is a bubble, you don’t know at all. If you think you have done this, you are very wrong.
O’Leary believes in a diversified investment portfolio.The cryptocurrency part of his portfolio is GrowHe elaborated that at some point, cryptocurrency “may account for 20% of the company I operate – but now, it is about 10.5%.” He clarified:
In this portfolio, no token or chain exceeds 5% of the portfolio. So yes, I am actively adding and trimming based on volatility.
In addition, he said that he is making a lot of bets. “Most of my positions are now staking,” he confirmed, noting that he is using the cryptocurrency exchange FTX for staking.Mr. Wonder Announce In October, he will hold a stake in a cryptocurrency exchange and will “pay in cryptocurrency as an ambassador and spokesperson for FTX.”
When asked whether it is possible for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to identify some of his cryptocurrencies as securities and what he would do if this happens, O’Leary quickly replied:
At the moment the information spreads, I don’t want to have anything to do with them. If I have a position, I will sell it. I am not interested in conflicts with regulators regarding my crypto portfolio. I want 100% compliance.
he Say the same thing about Ripple November. Ripple It is the subject of a lawsuit filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs and its executives Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen. “I have no interest in investing in litigation against the SEC. This is a very bad idea,” he emphasized.
O’Leary also discussed non-fungible tokens (NFT). “They provide so much value in various use cases for authentication, inventory management, and different asset classes,” he described, adding:
I think the non-fungible token will be bigger than Bitcoin.
He continues to draw attention to his NFT project. “I prefer NFTs related to hard assets and physical assets; I am writing a white paper for the watch industry,” he said. “I made a major investment in Jordan Fried’s company Immutable Holdings, which owns nft.com and Wonderfi, which he launched in January.”
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