Roger Ver releases video without permission on a Bitcoin (BTC) & Bitcoin Cash debate

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September 8, 2018 by
Roger Ver releases video without permission on a Bitcoin (BTC) & Bitcoin Cash debate

One of the greatest proponents of Bitcoin  Cash (BCH), Roger Ver submitted a video clip without consent on a discussion with Bitcoin Core & blockstream fans. During the Huobi Circus in Korea, two participants from the Bitcoin Core neighborhood were assailed by Ver as well as his video camera team to stun meeting them.

They were speaking about censorship, free speech as well as various other related subjects at the time when Ver approached them. Ver shot some impromptu questions at Ruben Somsen. Ver asked him if it is right to censor outdoors Bitcoin area members. Responding to that, Somsen said that Bitcoin Cash and also Bitcoin Core areas viewpoints are conflictual. As a result, he thinks that moderation is called for in such teams. However, Somsen also explains that small amounts does not indicate its versus freedom of expression.

He added, “I believe it’s good if we have numerous locations that allow for various point of views and various sights in different locations because Bitcoin cash being in conflicts with that of people that are in favor of the Bitcoin Core … So if you place those areas with each other, that’s kind of horrible right? There’s gon na be a lot of dealing with and also there seem to be some fundamental differences that to me feels like it’s best you just divided them up as well as have r/BTC, r/Bitcoin and also I think that’s a wonderful option.”
After a heavy discussion on the topic, Ver went on to talk about the initial Bitcoin whitepaper put together by Satoshi Nakamoto. Describing which Ver asked if the whitepaper entitled ‘a peer-to-peer electronic cash system’ stands for Bitcoin or Bitcoin Cash.

Somsen answered it saying that it is unimportant and also additionally, he claimed that the summary of the whitepaper is practically difficult or at least debatable, consequently, to diverge from the actual wordings of the whitepaper makes good sense.

With no heated argument, conversations took place for rather time. In the end, Somsen asked for Ver to reveal him the video before publishing it however he directly refuted it. Actually, Ver did publish the video online.

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