Roger VerBitcoin investor (Bitcoin) and the Bitcoin Cash backer (BC Extension), he said so it will be Ethereumand not Bitcoin, to push many new users towards the cash market.
On May 31, in the course of podcast episode Show me cryptoVer – written as “Bitcoin Jesus” for his activity as an advocate of Bitcoin – he said that, despite the problems of Ethereum and others. “clones” layers emerged in his wake, The Ethereum ecosystem is still where the action is:
“Although Ethereum does not have the largest market share compared to Bitcoin, I believe Ethereum ranks first in global adoption.”
Ver praised the rise of parallel blockchains Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and solutions for 2-row add as Polygon (MATIC), which can help share some tasks from the main chain.
Ver tells them “civil war” which occurred in the early days of Bitcoin between the co-founder of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterinand Bitcoin developers.
Disagree on the use of smart contracts and abandon the idea that blockchains are only used as money or a store of value. led Buterin to promote Ethereum:
“All of this would have been built on Bitcoin if not for the civil war that happened. The core developers of Bitcoin hate Vitalik and basically kicked him out of the Ethereum project, which gives him credit.”
Also, Ver spoke of the recent discussion of the Ledgerto clarify controversial Recovery service “disappointing”. He said while it’s fine for people to have storage accounts and choose to retrieve their keys if they want, The philosophy of cryptocurrency is based on having full control of one’s assets at all times.
In January, Ver was sued by the business unit of crypto lending company Genesis, for failing to pay approx $20.8 million in top crypto options.
In a January Reddit post, Ver said he has “enough money” to pay the remaining amount but he said that since Genesis did not qualify to be loaned anymore, he was not legally required to fulfill his end of the bargain.
On that matter #The Beginning: https://t.co/2a0fYu5P3E pic.twitter.com/a6tA0HISMo
– Roger Ver (@rogerkver) January 25, 2023
Last year, Ver has hit the headlines for allegedly defaulting on debt. Mark Lamb, CEO of CoinFLEX, said that Ver owed the company $47 million in USD Coin (USDC) and was bound by a written contract. On June 28, Ver denied these claims without mentioning the company directly.