The BCH mining tax reform has sparked plenty of criticism from miners, and Roger Ver appears to be publicly taking a backseat to the controversy.
The BCH developer tax plan is bad economics and bad governance perpetrated by the bad actors who took over the BCH protocol, and it is splitting up their community—again.
Eli Afram delves into patents and how damaging it can be, in today’s society, to reject patents altogether.
United American Corp. accused the Bitmain camp of colluding to stage a premeditated hostile takeover of the BCH network during the November 2018 hash war.
Roger Ver-owned Bitcoin.com has backtracked on its earlier support for autocratically enacting a tax on miners to fund the development of the BCH fork.
The proposal to subsidize development with a 12.5% cut of miners' block rewards has seen mixed reactions from those inside and outside the BCH community.
The English Court of Appeal has granted Dr. Craig Wright's permission to appeal the High Court’s jurisdictional ruling, which struck out his claim.
A U.K. High Court judge has delivered a jurisdictional ruling on Dr. Craig Wright’s legal claim for libel against Roger Ver, but the battle on the merits is not yet over.
Roger Ver hasn’t specifically acknowledged that BTC.com is no longer behind BCH, but he did make a reference to Bitcoin.com losing its “biggest miner.”
Roger “Bitcoin Jesus” Ver has responded to Dr. Craig Wright’s legal claim for libel with a challenge of his own—a jurisdiction one.
Update on libel suits filed by Dr. Craig Wright against individuals who accuse him of fraud for claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto.