Legendary Game Programmer John Carmack 'Guardedly Excited' About Bitcoin

Legendary Game Programmer John Carmack 'Guardedly Excited' About Bitcoin

Computer game programmer John Carmack expressed some pretty positive views on bitcoin in a series of recent tweets. Carmack is co-founder of American video game development company id Software and is best known for his innovations in 3D graphics. He was the lead programmer of the id video games Commander Keen, Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, Rage and their sequels. Yesterday, he was asked by a Twitter user to share his thoughts on bitcoin and other digital currencies, his response was largely positive. @Ripper__X I have paid a little attention for a couple years, but I only did my first....


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