Jim Rogers, a famous American investor: virtual currency does not have practical value as a currency

Recently, Jim Rogers, a famous American investor, said in an interview, "I have not bought or sold any bitcoin. This currency comes from computers, and the people in the currency circle are indeed smarter than the government. The problem is that The government has power in hand." He also said, "If you are a merchant, would you be willing to accept bitcoin payments? The answer is, if you do this, because of its violent volatility, your business is likely to have closed. Because of speculation, such a big ups and downs, this is not what the currency should look like." He stressed that virtual currency "does not have the practical value as a currency, and it cannot truly become a reliable means of storage and trading."