Michael Saylor recently announced that he’ll be stepping down as MicroStrategy’s CEO so that he can devote more of his time to Bitcoin. I can understand why he wouldn’t want to be distracted by the day-to-day operations of a software company when he’s focused on spending as much time and energy as he can towards spreading the word of Satoshi Nakamoto. This means that he’ll have more time on his hands for 17 part podcasts with Robert Breedlove, and if we’re lucky, more awkward five minute interviews with the talking heads from CNBC asking him for the thousandth time about Bitcoin’s price volatility. Am I the only person that finds these interviews absolutely hilarious? As much as I love hearing him go deep with an expert, there’s something about his smile when he’s talking to the mainstream media that I just love.
He’s already stated that he plans on using his time to buy more Bitcoin and to educate CEOs on why and how to hold the asset on their balance sheets, but I wonder … what exactly does he have in mind for the next few years?
Maybe Saylor plans on taking the Jack Dorsey route, where he’ll create an innovative Bitcoin-centric technology company. Maybe he’ll spearhead a Bitcoin-only venture capital firm to fund interesting projects and companies in the space. Or maybe we’ll keep doing exactly what he said he’s going to do, and in the next few months we’ll see a wave of companies start to put BTC on their balance sheets. Saylor can literally do anything he wants. I wonder, what would Michael Saylor’s dream Bitcoin job would be?