The Bitcoin hash war is heating up, and CoinSpice.io Executive Editor, Hayden Otto, once again has the video interview scoop (scroll down to view). He traveled to Amsterdam recently, and snagged alone time with Bitcoin ABC dev Amaury Séchet, who reveals his thoughts on the coming Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fork (just days away), Craig Wright, and the future.
Bitcoin ABC Dev Amaury Séchet Gives CoinSpice.io the Scoop on Fork Controversy
Days ago, Amaury Séchet, lead BCH developer, sat down with CoinSpice.io to give his thoughts on what is heating up as a firmly tongue-in-cheek Hash War. Séchet is clearly at ease with interviewer Hayden Otto, and jokes about employing yoga techniques in readiness for the looming November 15, 2018 fork date.
Séchet has a dry sense of humor, and can come across as overly serious or even, paradoxically, not at all bothered by much. This is probably due to perspective: it’s arguably without the work of Amaury Séchet there would be no Bitcoin Cash to fight over.
He has seen it all, heard it all, and understands it is the community and the goal which will ultimately determine BCH’s fate.
Goal = Digital Cash for the World
Separating noise from signal is a genuine problem right now for enthusiasts, investors, developers, miners, and business people who favor Bitcoin Cash. Barely a year old as a fork of its own, the number four crypto by market cap has as its goal reclaiming the potential of Bitcoin. Amaury Séchet gives public comments on the matter.
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