Bitcoin Open Looks Bad to Developers, Says Brown

Dec.11 — Aaron Brown, former managing director and head of financial market research at AQR Capital Management, explains what bitcoin means to the tech startup market and examines the debut of bitcoin futures. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”



  1. I wonder how long Bloomberg had to search for someone to say developers were losing in crypto, lol. As a programmer I haven't seen this much developer excitement and optimism since the Netscape browser came out in the mid 90s.

  2. This guy just said half the people mining and doing crypto are teenagers (laughably wrong), and then said none of them are over 30. The guy is beyond clueless, he clearly is talking out of his lower cavity. This guy spends more time in line at fast food places than he does researching what he is going to talk about on international tv networks

  3. All the banks, media and haters of all coins hates because “They didn’t see it coming so fast”
    If bitcoin is a trash why do all big companies are accepting bitcoin payment.

  4. The developers are entering the equivalent to what homeschooling has been providing families for their children. The destructive authority suppressing creative minds coming from the bankster mentality is giving way to a prosperous space in society. People involved in the technology get to be inspired and love what they are doing. And this they will hand down to a society that will receive the fruits of their labor. So, lets see who gets to learn how to work with healthier energy and who gets to be greedy.