Steve Wozniak considers Bitcoin Better Than Gold, sees it as a Miracle


Steve Wozniak the co-founder of Apple considers Bitcoin as a wonderful mathematical creation and openly agrees to it while speaking at the Jalisco Talent Land Digital 2021 event.

The 70-year-old tech entrepreneur has not invested in the leading cryptocurrency but believes it is the place of the future. He also believes that few of the top class Cryptocurrencies are more precious than precious metals such as gold, the reason being cryptocurrencies have no issues such as insufficient demands to meet the ongoing requirements.

Wozniak has been a constant supporter of bitcoin for many years, he even emphasize to make bitcoin a single globally accepted currency.

Wozniak, being a legendary computer engineer, threw light on various trending technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented Reality (AR) and said that it could soon have a huge impact on the way we live our life.

Wozniak’s latest venture Efforce that solely aims at making Blockchain technology an easier and cheaper way to approach it, so that companies can easily support the project.

The Sole goal of Efforce is to distribute the USD 250 billion markets for better energy-efficient projects with no biased decisions.

Wozniak said in a statement

, “We created Efforce to be the first decentralized platform that allows everyone to participate and benefit financially from worldwide energy efficiency projects and create meaningful environmental change.”

In a statement, Project Lead and Efforce co-founder Jacopo Visetti said,

“This Business Energy Innovation project allows business owners to securely register on the web and obtain funding from all types of investors around the world. Companies receive more available money for other complex projects such as infrastructure or hiring. ”

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