Bitcoin Cash 'Sexy' - 'All Other Coins Can Go in the Trash'

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May/20/2018

Coingeek.com founder Calvin Ayre celebrated his first ever cryptocurrency conference with a boat party in Hong Kong.

Among the speakers/attendees: nChain CEO Jimmy Nguyen and bitcoin.com head Roger Ver.

Ayre makes no secret of his desire to have Bitcoin Cash as the dominating force in this space.

He tweeted this weekend:

Now that the Bitcoin BCH upgrade has happened there is no need for any other coins so they all can go in the garbage if you are judging them all based on utility!

In another tweet, Ayre mocked other cryptocurrencies for their seemingly "stale" conferences compared to his more "sexy" event.

Ayre promises another cryptocurrency conference in the upcoming months.

Gambling911.com will release the details as soon as they are confirmed.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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