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Early Bitcoin Backer Roger Ver Believes BTC and BCH Can Co-Exist In The Future

After more than a year discussing which is the real Bitcoin (BTC), Roger Ver, a supporter of Bitcoin Cash (BCH), said that these two digital assets have everything they need in order to be able to coexist.

Roger Ver Talks About Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash

During a recent interview with Paul Democritou on the official channel of, Roger Ver talked about whether it would be possible for Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash to coexist in the future. At the beginning of the conversation, they talked about how Ver was able to achieve all the important goals he had in the crypto space.

Roger Ver has also been against the current status quo by saying that if there is a person saying things against the currently established powers, they are going to prosecute this person. He indeed mentioned figures such as Edward Snowden, Julian Assange and also Ross Ulbricht. He said that regulatory agencies could come after him if he keeps promoting digital assets so strongly.

Although he said that Bitcoin can coexist with Bitcoin Cash, he believes that the latter followers the original Bitcoin whitepaper compared to the first. Additionally, he stated that Bitcoin stopped being useful in commerce due to high fees and low transaction times.

About bitcoin, he commented:

“I still own some gold and BTC. If you think something is useful in your life, by all means, use it.”

He has also stated that if there are enthusiasts at a conference, they are going to be leaving it with some Bitcoin Cash on their wallets. Finally, he has also promoted website that allows for discounted BCH purchases on Amazon.

At the time of writing this article, Bitcoin is expanding 2.93% in the last 24 hours. It has surpassed $6,116 according to CoinMarketCap. Meanwhile, Bitcoin Cash remains as the fourth largest digital currency with a price of $282 and a market cap of over $5 billion. In the last 24 hours, it fell by 0.84%.



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