PODCAST Bitcoin Cash at 3: Keep Building, Keep Spreading the Word, By Roger Ver

Roger Ver

TL;DR: We’re celebrating the third anniversary of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) by sharing audio reflections from the BCH community: influencers, developers, business people, etc. This episode features Roger Ver, and is available embedded in the article below, and on iTunesSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcherRadio PublicBreakerPocketCastsPodBeanYouTube for Newer EpisodesYouTube Older Episodes, and Overcast.

Bitcoin Cash at 3: Keep Building, Keep Spreading the Word, By Roger Ver

Roger Ver is the best known ambassador for Bitcoin Cash, and so it’s only fitting he get a chance to reflect on his daily, yes daily, advocacy for three years of trying to expand its adoption prospects.

He was one of the first I contacted. Demands on his time for favors, consideration, appearances, podcasts, you name it, are never-ending. He responded near instantly with a recording, following the instructions flawlessly. He asked for nothing in return.

Follow him on Twitter and, of course, regularly visit his marquee business portal, Bitcoin.com.


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