Dogecoin Savior? Roger Ver Is Back on Twitter, Supports Doge to BTC

Roger Ver, one of the leading pioneer crypto investors and strong Bitcoin (BTC) promoter, which made him earn the tag “Bitcoin Jesus”, is back on Twitter after about one year. In an interview, Ver supported Dogecoin (DOGE) to Bitcoin for payments across the globe. 

When holding an interview with Bloomberg, Ver, who is also the founder of, indicated that he was a strong fan of Dogecoin (meme coin) for its fast transaction times and low transaction charges. 

Ver argued that Dogecoin is in many ways a better option. It is cheaper and more reliable when compared to Bitcoin. “If I were to pick three contenders for the world’s dominant cryptos, they would be DOGE, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash,” added Ver. 

Ver Praises Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover, Vouches for Bitcoin Cash Adoption 

According to Ver, the takeover by Elon Musk is going to make Twitter more attractive. “I am really, really grateful that musk is out there calling out censorship,” emphasized Ver.

Although Ver strongly supported Bitcoin for many years, he now spends most of his time calling for the support of Bitcoin Cash, a BTC fork that resulted from a dispute on the block size. 

In a video on Ver’s YouTube channel, he can be seen calling and onboarding taxi drivers and retail merchants to adopt Bitcoin Cash as their payment option in Saint-Martin. 

Ver further claims that Bitcoin Cash carries the true vision of Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin. However, he claims that he is not all on Bitcoin Cash (BCH). “I am definitely a crypto whale …. I have always had a wide assortment basket in cryptocurrency …” explained Ver.

When returning to Twitter, Ver was quick to highlight the crypto’s original principles. He indicated that custodial wallets that were interacting with centralized exchanges would result in Bitcoin losing its revolutionary property. 

Noncustodial wallets allow users to have total control over the assets so that Bitcoin can stand out from centralized banks and other financial services. 

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