Since its inception in 2011, Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) has boasted an impressive average annual return of around 104%, outperforming both Warren Buffett's portfolio and the broader U.S. stock markets.

Buffett's portfolio, renowned for its conservative approach, has achieved a commendable 10.03% CAGR with lower volatility over the past three decades.

In contrast, Bitcoin's remarkable growth highlights its potential for substantial returns, although it comes with higher risk due to its inherent volatility.

While Bitcoin is often likened to "digital gold" and seen as a hedge against inflation, Buffett's strategy emphasises long-term value investing and prudent risk management.

Despite its volatility, Bitcoin has garnered increased institutional interest and is increasingly recognised as a viable asset class.