Bitcoin Cash is ranked at #4 in the market above Litecoin as well as Tether. So far, the price descended at a rate of 0.88% in the course of the past 24-hours. This brought BCH all the way down to $315.76 where it presently holds. The trading volume recorded stands at roughly $1.651 billion, whereas the supply has 18,014,888 BCH coins included as part of the circulation. The total market cap of Bitcoin Cash is $5.688 billion for now.
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) September 20, 2019
Roger was previously the CEO of Bitcoin.com. After he stepped down, Stefan Rust joined the network and is now at the helm of the website. Until now, the video [on YouTube] has garnered over 1700 views. He kicked off the conversation by mentioning the HTC partnership [the Exodus 1 will have BCH support added to all the devices] and then moved on to the ease of promoting BCH amongst merchants.
Once, Mr. Rust had purchased a coffee and within minutes was able to convince the shop owner about the benefits of accepting Bitcoin Cash. As the man downloaded the app and got paid in BCH, he felt satisfied that no extra fees weighed down on him as a result of the transaction.
During the session, someone from the audience wished for BCH coins to be transferred; his or her desire was immediately granted. Rust sent $5 in the form of BCH. Stefan also discussed his bond with Roger Ver, who remains focussed on driving Bitcoin Cash adoption. Rust also spoke of businesses accepting BCH coins in order to safeguard their funds from invading forces [like the DEA, or other cogs in the machine i.e. the Government].
I don’t view #BitcoinCash as fraudulent in the same way as BSV. Experimenting with block-sizes (less than infinite!) is a legitimate thing to do.
I wish someone had HF-ed to 2Mb years early and MEASURED the outcome. If results would good then BTC could have adopted. https://t.co/ba4ol1LYDZ
— Bob Summerwill (@BobSummerwill) September 19, 2019