The Mayor of New York City, Eric Adams, turned its first payment payment in Bitcoin and ether before the price of crypticuriers collapses. However, the mayor said: “When you are a long-term investor, you do not keep your eyes on your portfolio.” He added that the goal of receiving a payment check at Bitcoin is sending a message that the city of New York is open to technology.
The mayor of NYC has converted payment check in Bitcoin and the ether before prices to believe
The Mayor of New York, Eric Adams, answered some questions in an interview with CNN Sunday, on receiving his first payment check in Bitcoin before the price of sunken creptomonation.
Adams recently turned its first payment check in Bitcoin and Etses through coinbase. He promised to take his top three check checks on Bitcoin.
He was asked if he regretted converting his payment check into cryptomocrance before prices fall. The mayor replied:
It's the same when I invested in the stock market on my 401K. We saw a drastic fall during 2018 and on other occasions. When you are a long-term investor, you do not keep your eyes on your portfolio. You buy low and hopefully, you will receive the desired recovery.
This was not the first time Adams was invited to comment on Bitcoin in the middle of falling prices. At the beginning of January, he said, “Sometimes the best time to buy is when things fall, then when they approach, you made a good profit.”
New York mayor added:
The goal of Bitcoin is sending a message that the city of New York is open to technology.
Adams said even more: “We want to see many new technologies in New York and encourage our young people to participate in these new emerging markets. And I’m excited about the future of this city and I’m excited about bringing my young people who were historically denied access to new technologies.”