“Bitcoin’s Back to Where Jamie Dimon Cried ‘Fraud,’” the media said.

“Bitcoin’s Back to Where Jamie Dimon Cried ‘Fraud,’” the media said. On November 25, the first cryptocurrency dropped below $4,000 to $3,853, whereas in September 2017, when Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, called Bitcoin “fraud” and said that it was “worse than tulip bulbs” (referring to tulip fever in the Netherlands at the beginning of the 17th century), the price of Bitcoin was $4,077. While some gloat, believing that the famous Bitcoin haters have already won, DeCenter recalls one of the most exciting anti-romances with Bitcoin.

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Jamie Dimon’s Anti-Romance with Bitcoin
As far as bad romances go, Jamie Dimon and Bitcoin make the worst of couples.