Rodger Ver Denies Hong Kong Vending Machine Accusation 

Hey ninja’s, how’s the trading going? On the day the top cryptocurrencies are reporting moderate gains with the largest cryptocurrency bitcoin trading at $9,538 and up in the last 24 hours by 1.395 at press time. 

Rodger Ver, Bitcoin cash proponent declared that the accusation against him concerning him paying for  Hong Kong vending machines to not accept Bitcoin as a payment option was false. The accusation was made against Ver after he posted a video on Twitter of a Hong Kong vending machine accepting bitcoin cash (BCH), litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Binance Coin (BNB) but not Bitcoin (BTC).

Popular Youtuber and trader Tone Vays claimed that Vers has made payments for the vending machine to not offer Bitcoin as a payment option. Vays further raised a question asking how many transactions have been processed since the machine's demo and what will be done with the BCH and ETH.

He suggested that it is likely that no other BCH transaction was hosted and if it was the BCH would have probably been sold for cash by the unit. He also added that he suspects the real reason why Bitcoin was not added as a payment option is because of high fees and easily reversed payments.

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