Roger Ver: Why I Support Bitcoin Cash

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Feb/02/2018

One of the first individuals to invest in Bitcoin and ultimately become a millionaire as a result, Roger Ver is now gung ho over Bitcoin Cash.

Ver has been criticized by Bitcoin loyalists for all but abandoning that cryptocurrency in favor of Bitcoin Cash.

On Friday, Ver broke down his reasons via Twitter.

Roger Ver

Fun facts:
@JihanWu was the first person to translate the Bitcoin white paper into Chinese.
I was the first person to translate the Bitcoin white paper into Japanese.
We both like Bitcoin Cash for the following reasons:

Ver has been especially critical regarding the rising fees of Bitcoin.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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