Roger Ver Claims Bitcoin Core (BTC) Camp Is Noxious, Coupled with Extreme Critics (Meme Trolls)


Everyone in the cryptocurrency world has heard of Roger Ver. The die-hard Bitcoin Cash supporter has always had a not-so-good relationship with Bitcoin, although he was one of the first people that invested in this crypto asset.

Recently, during a live interview with FUD TV, Roger expressed his concerns about Bitcoin holding back the entire cryptocurrency market.

Roger Ver pointed out that the aim of having digital assets has been held back by Bitcoin proponents. He further stated that the crypto markets were able to pull through all the major shifts of the markets and were slowly recovering as a result of digital assets such as Ripple, Stellar Lumens, and Bitcoin Cash.

The CEO of Bitcoin.com said that he is no longer interested in the BTC camp as he feels that their control and trolling of anyone that is looking into using it as cash. He added that the BCH Cash shuffle was great and that such kind of shuffling was on the BTC network prior to the blocks.

During the interview, Roger Ver was asked whether new innovations such as payment channels and privacy coins would altogether be rendered dispensable by the BCH and BTC blockchain developments or they would still work together. In response, Roger advised people to diversify their crypto portfolio; both privacy coins and some coins with a largest market share.

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