Bitcoin [BTC] camp is toxic with censorship & trolling, says Roger Ver
Roger Ver, a popular face in the crypto-community and a Bitcoin Cash [BCH] proponent, has always been critical of Bitcoin [BTC], despite being an early investor in the largest cryptocurrency. In a recent video with FUD TV, Ver accused BTC of “derailing” the cryptocurrency market.
According to the CEO of Bitcoin.com, the entire point of digital assets has been derailed by the “BTC version of Bitcoin.” He claimed that the cryptocurrency scene has been able to sustain all setbacks thrown at it and was on track because of digital assets like Bitcoin Cash [BCH], Ripple’s XRP and Stellar Lumens [XLM]. He continued,
“I’ve kind of given up on the BTC camp I feel it’s so toxic with their censorship and attacking anybody who actually wants to use it as money so you know, I wish them good luck with whatever they want to do other than the censorship and the personal attacks and the trolling.”
The Bitcoin fork coin bull also said that the BCH “Cash Shuffle” is amazing, adding that the shuffling protocol used to be on BTC network, before the blocks “became full.”
When asked whether innovations in terms of privacy coins and payment channels would ultimately be made redundant by Bitcoin [BTC] or Bitcoin Cash [BCH] blockchain improvements or whether they will continue to co-exist, Ver said,
“Hedge your bets and hold a little bit of the privacy coins and a little bit of the coins with the biggest market share and you know spread your risk and don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”
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