Wappie posted on November 18, 2019 06:17:27
Basicly a scam!
Roger Ver is the face of bch or bcash. He sold explosives on the internet before trying to scam people into buying bcash instead of bitcoin.
Stay away from this one kids!
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pdo posted on November 15, 2019 20:11:35
I am a long BTC holder. I am sympathetic to BCH. I think Roger Ver took Satoshi literally. Bitcoin's original whitepaper states its goal to be digital cash. But people really want digital gold. The block size debate and fork were unfortunate. It really didn't matter. Users don't care about block size that much. With digital gold, hodlers don't really need to transact. SegWit and big blocks don't solve
kurtwuckertjr posted on October 28, 2019 21:53:20
This was a truly diverse project with competing minds and solid fundamentals from 2017 until 2018. But now it’s run by a French former Facebook developer who spends his days firing people and threatening Roger Ver to hard fork the protocol and sell it to the highest bidder if he doesn’t get his way.
Bitcoin Unlimited and some others are tangled up in the mess, too, but Bitcoin ABC
Crypto Anonymous posted on October 17, 2018 05:30:26
I agree with the previous review. I do believe that the majority of people behind Bitcoin Cash are not intentionally trying to scam people because they genuinely believe that BCH represents real Bitcoin. They have of course the right to believe that. Problem is indeed if they use shady tactics to convince newbies that bitcoin cash is the real bitcoin and trick them into buying. So in this case I would
stellarowl12 posted on October 16, 2018 19:18:07
Bitcoin Cash in and of itself isn't that bad but they have a lot of bad actors surrounding it. For example, Roger Ver often tries to convince newbies that Bitcoin Cash is actually the "Real Bitcoin" and many people end up buying a Bitcoin that they did not mean to in the first place. On top of that BCH happened due to a hard fork which is a pretty nuclear option in the eyes of many old school crypto
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