Is Apple ripe for bitcoin adoption? Something’s up with Strike’s CEO. Through Twitter, Jack Mallers seems to be dropping clue after clue. And the Bitcoin 2022 conference is next week in Miami. Last year, in the same event, Mallers himself announced that El Salvador would make bitcoin legal tender. Definitely one of the biggest news items of 2021. What will he and other guests of honor announce this time?
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Could bitcoin-only Strike be about to announce an Apple partnership? How would such gigantic news affect the market? Let’s analyze Mallers’ cryptic tweets and see what we come up with.
The Curious Case Of Jack Mallers’ Apple Tweets
It all started with what appears to be a teaser for Mallers’ still-untitled “Announcement Keynote” at Bitcoin 2022. “With Bitcoin as the monetary network, the financial system will be cheaper, faster, more innovative, and more inclusive,” the Strike CEO wrote.
- Bitcoin Magazine contributor Level39 believes that Strike will just announce they’re integrating “Apple’s upcoming Tap to Pay feature and make Bitcoin more usable and accessible for humanity.”
- Bitcoin Archive found some bitcoin icons for the Apple OS, but, as it turns out, they’re at least three years old. Still, the icons exist.
Apple’s new #Bitcoin logos for their OS. It’s probably nothing… 👀
— Bitcoin Archive 🗄🚀🌔 (@BTC_Archive) March 30, 2022
- Investor James Lavish asks, “So, when Apple announces that it has integrated Bitcoin into ApplePay, are you still going to insist it is going to zero?”
So, when Apple announces that it has integrated #Bitcoin into ApplePay, are you still going to insist it is going to zero?
— James Lavish (@jameslavish) March 31, 2022
And that’s where we are with Twitter-based information and theories regarding Apple and Strike.
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