I will do “whatever” i can to make bitcoin accessible to everyone – Jack Dorsey

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey expressed his undeterred interest in bitcoin during today’s session of the B-Word Conference while emphasizing that he wants to make the coin “more accessible” to everyone.

“Bitcoin changes absolutely everything,” Dorsey said “I don’t think there is anything more important in my lifetime to work on.”

He suggested that he could be working on bitcoin if the token needed him more than Twitter and Square.


Furthermore, he explained that both companies will have a “role to play.”

“if I were not at Square or Twitter, I would be working on bitcoin. If (bitcoin) needed more help than Square or Twitter, I would leave them for bitcoin,” he said. “But, I believe both companies have a role to play.” Dorsey said.

Jack added that he is focused on making bitcoin the “native currency for the Internet” and one of his companies, Square is contemplating creating a hard wallet for bitcoin.

“That’s why we don’t deal with any other ‘currencies’ or ‘coins’ because we’re so focused on making bitcoin the native currency for the internet,” the Twitter CEO said.


“Whatever I can do, whatever my companies can do to make [bitcoin] more accessible to everyone is how I’m going to spend the rest of my life,” Dorsey said.

Jack Dorsey has been one of the biggest voices to speak in support of bitcoin even when Elon Musk prompted the energy consumption propaganda.

The B-Word conference is the perfect platform to correct some of the negative PR bitcoin has gotten from the spread of false information and miscommunication.

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