PODCAST Bitcoin Cash at 3: BCH Started on the Genesis Block, By Emil Oldenburg

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 Emil Oldenburg, and is available embedded in the article below, and on iTunesSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcherRadio PublicBreakerPocketCastsPodBeanYouTube for Newer EpisodesYouTube Older Episodes, and Overcast.

Bitcoin Cash at 3: BCH Started on the Genesis Block, By Emil Oldenburg

Emil Oldenburg is co-founder and CTO of Bitcoin.com, and co-founder of Safello. Oldenburg is credited with helping to develop the Bitcoin.com pool and cloud mining system. He became rather infamous in late 2017 when he announced selling all his BTC at near the top due to its lack of real-world utility.

Emil Oldenburg
Emil Oldenburg

“An investment in bitcoin right now I would say is the most risky investment you can make,” Oldenburg explained in December of 2017. “It is an extremely high risk. I’ve actually sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash.”

He has a long history working within the crypto security field, and more recently helped create the Bitcoin.com SLP Indexer, an online tool to validate unconfirmed SLP transactions in around 1 ms.


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