One of the most popular and significant luminaries of the cryptocurrency field, Roger Ver, the CEO of Bitcoin.com, and an avid Bitcoin Cash [BCH] supporter, recently talked about new technologies integrated with BCH, in a recent video from Bitcoin.com.


The CEO talked about Memo Cash, an application that lets users bypass censorship on Twitter. It was also revealed that the company released an Android app with an iOS application to be released soon. In his words,


“The application also has a faucet that provides users with a few BCH to get started. This is also good news for users who have been complaining about censorship on social media handles, the blockchain service social media age is here.”


Ver also discussed LocalBitcoin adding Bitcoin Cash to 140 Canadian ATMs. LocalBitcoin is the same portal that spoke about the fall in Bitcoin transaction volumes in Venezuela and its neighboring countries.


The BCH proponent opined that the move will benefit Canadians, especially with the fall of QuadrigaCX. The latest reports from QuadrigaCX suggest that its late CEO facilitated withdrawals using personal funds, back in 2018. The late CEO’s wife Jennifer Robertson had said,


“I believe Gerry had the best interests of the business in mind and cared for his customers.”


Roger Ver was an active participant in the cryptosphere and had made several comments supporting BCH and undermining Bitcoin in the past. Recently, he had tweeted,


“Altcoins became BTC’s layer two solution.”


He even echoed the statements made by Gabriel Cardona, the Director of Developer Services and Head of R-amp;D at BCH, who had called the second layer of Bitcoin an “absolutely horrible user experience.”


Not all Bitcoin supporters took Ver’s tweet lightly, with francispouliot, a Twitter user, saying,


“Literally not layers of the object but distinct objects from said object. With all the random non-sensical quotes you post, I wouldn’t be surprised if one day you tweeted out a valid one.”


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