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‘I Actually Sold All My Bitcoin’: Explaining Monday’s Surge In Bitcoin Cash

"I actually sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash."

"I actually sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash."
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5 comments on “‘I Actually Sold All My Bitcoin’: Explaining Monday’s Surge In Bitcoin Cash

  1. maybe one of you guys will actually do some research before posting your articles. Roger has not been called bitcoin Jesus for a long time now. What he is most often called these days is ‘Bitcoin Judas’, criminal, scam artist….

  2. Pingback: 'I Actually Sold All My Bitcoin': Explaining Monday's Surge In Bitcoin Cash | CryptoCurrency News

  3. Viridian Hawk

    I only have $500 in bitcoin, which is from GPU mining. Ideally I’d convert it to something else, but the idea of taking a 4-10% hit just to move it is annoying.

  4. The real question is what happens when Lightning networks go live in 2018. BCH benefits the large miners and centralizes power but degrades the talent pool developing it. I don’t think BCH is going anywhere for a while but I rank it as less trustworthy. BTC and LTC are likely to continue their synergistic development and given their development community I hold them in higher regard. If I wanted centralized blockchain I would look at Ripple, but of course I wouldn’t buy any Ripple as there is absolutely no reason to ever own any for that blockchain to function.

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