John Lennon’s Son says that Bitcoin “Empowers” people
Bitcoin is on the rise again. And now, they have a new and influential admirer as well. He is none other than the late Beatle John Lennon‘s son, Sean Ono Lennon. He believes that the cryptocurrency is “empowering” individuals, which gives him “optimism” in a year of destruction.
John Lennon’s son gives the nod to Bitcoin
The son of the late lead vocalist of the Beatles recently gave an interview to Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert on the Orange Pill Podcast last Sunday. They had a long discussion on how troubling 2020 was as a year. And then, the hosts brought up Bitcoin and Sean Lennon had a lot of nice things to say about it. He said:
It’s such an interesting time and so many things have been flipped upside down. Honestly talking to you guys about bitcoin is one of the only things this year that has given me more optimism and happiness about my faith in the near future and just humanity in general.
Moreover, Sean Lennon went further and talked about how it “empowers” people, saying:
I do feel like ultimately bitcoin is something that empowers individuals. It empowers people in a way they’ve never been empowered before.
Furthermore, John Lennon’s son also compared Bitcoin to Gold and said that the former is actually better.
Even if they have gold, they would have to carry that in a sack and someone could just steal it from them. But something that transcends the physical world it means that you have total agency you have total self-sovereignty and … as long as you can remember your key phrase then you are good to go. In an ocean of destruction that was this year, I find bitcoin to give me a kind of optimism.
And Sean Ono Lennon is not the only one to have a preference for Bitcoin. There are a lot of hedge fund managers who believe the cryptocurrency is superior to Gold. These include Bill Miller and Stan Druckenmiller as well. Even Maisie Williams of Game of Thrones ended up pocketing some bitcoin for herself. What do you guys think of Bitcoin? Let us know in the comments below.