- Calvin Ayre has stated tweeted posing a rhetorical question to his followers on to why Bitcoin (BTC) prices would go up.
- Ayre has been a strong critic of cryptocurrencies and has proven this by calling most other cryptocurrencies complete failures.
- BSV has much lesser to offer, and to think that it even has a chance at beating the pace the Bitcoin is on right now is outright ridiculous.
CoinGeek founder and strong Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision (BSV) proponent, Calvin Ayre, has stated tweeted posing a rhetorical question to his followers on as to why Bitcoin (BTC) prices would go up. Ayre says that BSV can do everything that BTC does while having more utility, and it is time for people to make informed decisions and cross over to BSV.
Why would BTC go up? EVERYTHING it does BSV can do way better and so so much more. Now is still a good time to make informed decisions to cross to utility. BSV
— Calvin Ayre (@CalvinAyre) February 8, 2020
Ayre has been a strong critic of cryptocurrencies and has proven this by calling most other cryptocurrencies complete failures. He believes Bitcoin SV is the real Bitcoin and has even been speculated as being part of the reason why BSV has been recently seeing a strong market surge in value due to his clever market triggers.
Ayre has also previously called for BSV to trade independently of other altcoins since it represents real utility. He believes in a BSV oriented ecosystem where more exchanges base their base crypto as BSV and have said that exchanges that don’t adopt the BSV-model are bound to collapse and fail.
Recently Calvin Ayre made strong attempts to try and convert Bitcoin SV skeptic Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia. Wales is set to be the keynote speaker at a CoinGeek conference to be held on February 20-21.
Seeing Wales attending, Bitcoin Association founding director, Jimmy Nguyen stepped in and tweeted that BSV might have solutions to offer for Wikipedia. Wales lashed out soon enough, stating that he does not endorse BSV in any way or form, and it offers nothing for Wikipedia, and there is no chance that they will use it in the future.
Ayre responded calmly to the tweet, assuring that the Nguyen’s tweet will be corrected and said that it is going to be good to have a BSV skeptic join them at CoinGeek and hopes that Wales will see where he is wrong about BSV after attending the conference.
Ayre has previously made strong statements on the utility of Bitcoin SV. Still, in reality, many cryptocurrencies on the market have more utility than BSV, and there is a lesser probability that the Bitcoin hard fork is going to replace Bitcoin.
Cryptocurrencies like Ethereum hold more value and utility, allowing for smart contracts on the blockchain. BSV has much lesser to offer, and to think that it even has a chance at beating the pace the Bitcoin is on right now is outright ridiculous. As of press time, Bitcoin SV (BSV) is trading at $361 with a gain of 8.27%, and Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at $10,103 with gains of 3.8%.
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