Social Capital’s Chamath Palihapitiya On Apple, Bitcoin, And The Internet | CNBC

Chamath Palihapitiya, Social Capital founder and CEO, discusses his take on Apple, bitcoin, the media business and the future of the internet with CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
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  1. the white people probably think Chamath is Indian. lol… Do they even know that a country called Sri Lanka exists?

  2. Bitcoiners get so defensive when you point out any downsides or reason why BTC is not worth anything. Markets exists to create things… Bitcoin is so detached from the reasons markets exist in the first place…. a world where BTC is valuable is a less productive world.

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  4. BRo this guys knows how to killem wit kindness lol luv chamath always finds a way to make these bozo's look like the cornballs they really are lol

  5. Netflix doesn’t always have what I want and no one watches live tv when I can record show and see it on my phone at lunch brake plus nfl will never die

  6. I agree with him on bitcoin, but Jesus Christ netflix has got to be cooking there books the most over inflated stock on the planet.

  7. Why bother bringing guests on your show if you're going to interrupt them just before they make an important point?

  8. Chamath on Fast Money would've been a better choice. The squawk box hosts just won't let him speak. This make me realize how great of a job Melissa Lee does.

  9. . Technology changes, not human nature. Consumption never stops. Person to person transaction using digital debit cards. Gold's found in the ground

  10. You don't have to agree with 100% of what Chamath says but MAN that is a man with real confidence.

    It's amazing how the guy just say, TV Guy: Do you think Warren Buffet, Charlie Munger and Bill Gates are wrong about Bitcoin? Chamath: Yeah I do. Hahaha BOSS!

  11. WTF was that old guy rambling about? Random sports complaints lol I'm surprised he didn't yell at some youngster walking in the background to get off his lawn. You have Chamath there and that's what you want to to talk about? Sigh…

  12. Six three hour soccer games? Someone needs to tell this man that soccer games consist of two 45 minute halves with a 15 minute break adding up to a grand total of 105 minutes.

  13. Chamath's intelligence is incredibly underrated. He is so observant and plugged-in. Follow where his money goes y'all. He knows what's up.

  14. Bitcoin is a decentralized payments network – a substitute for Visa and Mastercard. If I owned these then I would be dead against Bitcoin.

  15. Chamath is the quintessential representation of this generation, very smart, focused, knows what he wants, but keeps thinking that new ideas and products are somehow very different then previous generations.

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