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April 26, 2018, 01:21:36 PM
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Tom Lee Would Put “Fresh Money” into Bitcoin Instead of Bitcoin Cash

Tom Lee sat down with the panel of CNBC’s Fast Money once again to talk about the differences between Bitcoin and Bitcoin cash at the moment. Lee who is a regular on such economic television shows as one of the market’s chief bullish advisors said that he prefers Bitcoin over Bitcoin cash for “fresh dollars” adding that “If I was putting new money to work, a fresh dollar, I’d be much more interested in buying a laggard that could attract inflows, rather than something that is potentially overbought.”

https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/04/26/tom-lee-put-fresh-money-bitcoin-instead-bitcoin-cash/
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has been for months this fight between bitcoin and bitcoin cash, this fight got to the extreme of a certain news channel to publish good news that are about bitcoin cash and when there is some bad news about bitcoin they do not contain themselves and publish immediately, in short, we are in war bitcoin vs bitcoin cash, I personally only have bitcoin and I believe in bitcoin, I do not have bitcoin cash and I do not like bitcoin cash. Tom Lee gave his opinion and I agree with his opinion.

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April 26, 2018, 05:21:21 PM
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I got rid of Bitcoin Cash as soon as they got available for trading. I played with those bch a bit only to get more Bitcoin at the end of the day and I simply don't care what will happen to BCH long term. I really did not like the way they handled the fork, but that's my biased opinion

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April 26, 2018, 05:35:01 PM
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Bitcoin Cash differentiates itself from other shitcoins in one single way, which is the very deep pockets of the idiots running the show. The only thing I can thank that shitcoin for is that it gave me more Bitcoin than I already had, and I'm sure others think alike. I even wonder if Roger & Co actually pay for all this media attention, because it's more than just coincidence that the frequent peaks of media attention highlighting that shitcoin are this big. For months straight that coin barely enjoyed any media attention, and now suddenly it's a hot item, yea right.... Money can buy you plenty of media time, that's something we don't have to doubt about.
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April 26, 2018, 06:36:18 PM
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Let's not give this cash grab more credit than its worth, so please stop calling it Bitcoin Cash. It has nothing to do with Bitcoin anymore, and doesn't deserve to up its brand on the name of Bitcoin. I think Roger needs to accept that BCash is actually quite a solid name, especially because he thinks it's far better as currency than Bitcoin, so he should register it before another coin does so.

People investing in BCash support rogue miners and individuals only looking to harm Bitcoin. I get it that people like to drive the roller coaster show it delivers from time to time, but where are people's morals? These bastards are largely responsible for cluttering the network to make their BCash stand out, because Bitcoin Core (that's what they call it) can't provide low fees, while BCash can. People are too stupid to understand why BCash can offer low fees, and exactly that ignorance is something they like to exploit.

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April 26, 2018, 08:51:42 PM
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With the transaction spam dieing down and the scalability doomsday sayers proven wrong for now, Bitcoin Cash has lost its USP. It is no surprise that people prefer Bitcoin for fresh dollars. If you want to speculate, there are hundreds of other altcoins for you to do so. There is no reason to invest in Bitcoin Cash.


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