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Why I Love BCH, an Updated Meme 💚 -- and a Big Thank You to Marc De Mesel
This one is an exception, because I want to thank @MarcDeMesel for his very, very generous upvotes. I have thanked him on noise.cash and Twitter before, but never here on read.cash. And that is what this article is dedicated to.
However, I want my articles to be evergreen content. That's why I couple this article with what I call the opportunity of a lifetime. Read until the end to find out what I mean with that!
After sleeping a bit more, I have just woken up -- for real this time. I checked my read.cash notifications and found two very generous upvotes by Marc De Mesel. 🤯
If you read this articl, @MarcDeMesel, thank you so very much for your generosity! It is highly appreciated. 🙏 You have changed my life with your generous support. I will probably write an article about that with more details soon.
As an explanation for the readers who don't know: I have received very, very generous upvotes by Marc De Mesel before: I received $1,000 each on two of my read.cash which were about 4 BCH at the time. And recently I received 2 BCH (almost $1,800 at the time) for a post on noise.cash. 🤯 Of course, the Dollar value has gone up since then a lot and I have not sold, nor do I plan to sell my BCH any time soon. More on that topic later!
Remember the advice for new noise.cash users I wrote during my nightly wake up? My last piece of advice was to learn about Bitcoin Cash BCH (or Bitcoin BCH as Marc calls it -- if you are confused by that, make sure to read my next article 😉). Let's just call it BCH for the rest of the article to not confuse or offend anyone.
You're probably thinking "Learning about BCH has really turned out well for this guy. He received a lot of upvotes/tips."
Yes, that is true and yes, if you learn about BCH, you will probably receive good upvotes and tips -- if you write good content. However, learning about BCH does not only help you to earn tips. It also helps you to understand what you have stumbled upon. I would claim it could be the opportunity of a lifetime.
When I joined read.cash in mid to late 2020, I knew nothing about BCH. I was just looking for a blogging platform where I could earn some tips as my financial situation was kind of messed up -- thanks to the government having shut down almost everything and the stock market crashing hard. I appreciated the upvotes I received and planned to sell the BCH for fiat -- which luckily I didn't do.
After some time I found the list of read.cash upvoters and saw that there was this guy Marc De Mesel who was leading the chart by a mile. I was intrigued to find out more about him and how he could afford to give away so much money -- and also why he did that. This curiosity inspired me to look into what that BCH actually was that I received. I watched a couple of videos about the history of Bitcoin and the split into BTC and BCH. I also learned about other BCH supporters like Roger Ver and most recently Kim Dotcom and I started to understand -- I fell in love with the vision behind BCH and with the community that supports it.
BCH is the first and probably the best crypto currency.
Its price was extremely undervalued -- compared to its competitors and due to its strong fundamentals. And it still is undervalued -- even though the price went up a lot.
BCH enables cheap, fast and reliable transactions.
Its usage is permissionless and uncensorable. (You are in control of your own money. Nobody can deny you access to your money. Nobody can reverse your transactions.)
BCH has a limited supply and is therefore deflationary.
There is no central control over BCH. This means that it cannot be shut down by an adversorial actor.
BCH has a great community and great supporters. (It's not all about the technology, the people behind a project are also very important.)
I encourage you to look into BCH, just as I did. Learn about it, understand the opportunity that you most likely accidentally stumbled upon. And consider becoming an active member of the community. Try to find businesses which accept BCH payments and spend and replace your BCH rather than just holding it. Tell your friends and family about BCH. Or try to convince businesses to accept BCH payments. We all grow together. The technology is great already. We mainly need more users and more payment opportunities.
It might change your life for the better. It's not just about receiving upvotes.
If you are looking for further inspiration, please have a look at this article where I compare the opportunity we currently have in BCH with the opportunity that existed almost two years ago with Tesla stock.
And if you want to have a starting point to learn about the history of BCH, stay tuned for my next article. In the meantime, feel free to watch this interview of Roger Ver. It's very long, but completely worth it.
And to better illustrate the potential of BCH, let me show you this updated meme comparison between Bitcoin BCH, BTC and using pet rocks as medium of exchange. And yes, a pet rock was actually a thing in the 1970's. You can read more about it here.
And last, but not least a "thank you" to my #Club1BCH family.