Angry Pro-Bitcoin Community Claims Bitcoin.com is Misleading Investors to Purchase Bitcoin Cash

The movement of a community supporting bitcoin has obviously galvanized, claiming that Bitcoin.com is misleading people that want to buy bitcoin into buying BCH (Bitcoin Cash), with annoyed participants developing and deploying a site www.bitcoincomlawsuit.info to gather donations and claimants on Friday, 27th of April.

Explanation of the Claim

The group of outraged participants has also created a Telegram channel, and the channel was established by a Twitter user with handle @MoneyTrigz, which has presently accumulated over nine hundred members. One of the community led movement supports made a post of the explanation of the claim on Twitter on the 28th of April.

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The supporter said on Twitter that “if you have lost bitcoin as a result of misleading ticker symbols, photos, language, or graphics on any Roger Ver wallet or site, such as Bitcoin.com, you should send your report to Here and you should also join their Telegram group.
The Purpose of the Newly Created Site
The newly created and launched site will soon start accepting bitcoin donations to support the leveling of a promised lawsuit against one of the misleading site – bitcoin.com, which annoyed participants claim has changed its interface recently in order to blur the difference between Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin.

BitcoinCash was hard-forked from the original Bitcoin blockchain in August last year, ever since then, it has been competing with BTC for brand recognition.

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As the outraged participants point out, the alleged site, which offers a Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin supporting wallet, shows buyers the logos of the two digital currencies in the same color, and also usually stating bitcoin as “bitcoin core,” its software client’s name, instead of a more recognizable name “Bitcoin.”

A lot of participants have also said that these practices often result in fraud. This has created a controversy in the industry, and a lot more entities are looking into the issue.

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