Bitcoin.com And FuzeX Partner To Add Bitcoin Cash (BCH) To Payment Card


FuzeX, the global crypto payment company, has recently announced a new partnership with Bitcoin.com. The partnership was to add Bitcoin Cash to the FuzeX card. The official statement of the company was that Bitcoin Core, the popular BTC, did not fit the philosophy of the company, so they decided to replace it with Bitcoin Cash.

BCH, according to the company, has faster transaction times and its transaction fees are cheaper which make it a more solid way of payment using cryptos than the original Bitcoin, which is slow and can have severely high features when the network is too clogged.

Bitcoin Cash has less than a whole year of existence. It was created in August last year to solve the scalability issues that plagued the original Bitcoin. At the moment, BCH is getting more and more traction as a currency that can really be used in real life as the transactions are fast and you do not have to pay too much.

About The Partnership

Bitcoin.com’s CEO, Roger Ver, has stated that the company is happy to announce the partnership and that Bitcoin Cash is the best alternative because it is faster and more reliable for the FuzeX payment system. He also stated that the company planned to continue the cooperative efforts with the other company to continue to come up with win-win situations that could help the users of both platforms.

The leader of the FuzeX project, Jae-Hoon Bae, has stated that the partnership was good for both companies and that they will be able to provide a useful payment service for people. The company will release its own token in the third quarter of 2018, the FXT tokens.

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