The growth of the crypto market could become an "explosion." At least this is the opinion of the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. In an interview with Fox News, the former US president has said he has never been a supporter of the cryptocurrency market, as he supports the US dollar.
Trump has said:
"I've never liked [cryptocurrencies]. I like to retain the dollar. I think the dollar should remain the currency. I've never been a fan of [cryptocurrencies], but they're getting bigger and bigger and there's still no control."
He believes that someday the rise of cryptocurrencies will lead to "an explosion that we have never seen before." According to him, the bursting of the dotcom bubble in the late 1990s will seem small in comparison. In September, Trump also criticized cryptocurrencies and emphasized that investing in them hurts the US dollar.
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At the same time, the former US president has supported his wife when he commented that former US first lady Melania Trump has launched own market of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and added that she "will be successful."
We have recently reported that Melania Trump has launched her own NFTs marketplace on the Solana blockchain. Tokens based on artist Marc-Antoine Coulon's "Vision of Melania" artwork can be purchased until December 31 at $150 each. The marketplace itself is powered by the social network Parler, which quickly gained support from supporters of former US President Donald Trump, as well as followers of the QAnon movement.