Bitcoin Cash [BCH] will soon hit malls and stores: Roger Ver
Bitcoin Cash [BCH] will soon be used as a means of payment to buy stuff from malls and convenience stores in Japan. This is what the CEO of Bitcoin.com, Roger Ver, had to say in a recent interview.
Roger Ver, popularly known as the Bitcoin Jesus, is all set to bring Bitcoin Cash [BCH] to thousands of convenience stores across Japan. In a recent interview that Roger Ver had with Corbin Fraser, he made the shocking about bringing out a payment system using Bitcoin Cash [BCH].
“I didn’t post it or talk about it publicly yet but we just had a meeting over this week; Bitcoin Cash [BCH] is coming to tens of thousands of convenient stores in Japan and you’ll be able to buy anything in the entire convenient store with Bitcoin Cash [BCH] which means including like paying your electric bill.”
The interview started off with the much-talked-about converter, Bitek. It is a Bitcoin Cash [BCH] to Colombian convertor which recently hit the markets. After the announcement about Bitcoin cash [BCH] hitting convenience stores, he went on to talk about how the first Bitcoin (BTC) transaction was done to buy pizza.
He says that his biggest dream is to make Bitcoin Cash [BCH] available to every person for everyday transactions. He continued his talk about the various partnerships of Bitcoin Cash [BCH] with companies such as Menufly and Bitbox.
Menufly is a platform which operates in several US cities and accepts Bitcoin Cash [BCH] as a payment in exchange for services. Bitbox is a developing tool which helps Bitcoin Cash [BCH] developers.
If Bitcoin cash [BCH] is really incorporated for payments in convenience stores, it could be the beginning of a new era, which Roger Ver calls ‘Bitcoin cash [BCH] is the real Bitcoin [BTC].
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