Bitcoin Cash (BCH) supporter Roger Ver claims he has repeatedly spent thousands of dollars on fees for a transaction on the Bitcoin network.
"I paid a thousand dollars in fees for a transaction on the Bitcoin network, so many times that I couldn't count," Ver said in a statement. video shared by Bitcoin Meme Hub on Twitter.
Bitcoin fork in 2017, causing differences in fees and speeds
The Bitcoin blockchain was split into Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Cash in 2017, leaving a part of the community divided after asset disputes.
Supporters of large blocks want transactions to be processed faster and at a lower cost. These people then abandoned the Bitcoin network to move to the BCH fork. While Bitcoin Core supporters want to keep the block size low, part is to help BTC maintain decentralization.
Later in 2018, the Bitcoin Cash community was even more divided when BCH forked into Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV (BSV).
Roger Ver often argues about transaction fees
As a well-known figure in the cryptocurrency industry, Roger Ver has repeatedly debated transaction fees and usability, often lobbying that BTC is too slow, expensive, and cannot extend the rules. tissue.
On April 7, a Reddit user named Braclayrab was created upload "If people on BTC want to move their coins, it will take 165 days."
"It's been nearly 6 months," Ver said in a feedback video on April 9 to the Reddit post. "That doesn't seem crazy to anyone else."
Users saw similar difficulties near the highest level of Bitcoin's $ 20,000 price surge in 2017 and early 2018, when transactions stalled amid rising fees. Ver often criticized the idea of Bitcoin Core as a slow and expensive network, then he turned to BCH as an alternative.
In contrast, BTC advocates, such as programmer Jimmy Song, often mentioned Another aspect, in keeping BTC decentralized through smaller blocks.
Bitcoin Cash recently completed its first halving - about a month before the May halving event on Bitcoin's schedule.
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According to CoinTelegraph
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