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Fnuller15
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BCH is the 3rd worst performing crypto asset in Top 50 past 7 days according to Coingecko and continues to drop in ranking. Not cool - Are anyone of you buying?
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Relax. Lots of new shitcoins pumps/profiting short term from the NFT craze.

BCH is doing better than ever.
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Perhaps :)
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Honestly at this point it is pretty obvious that BCH will never be a major crypto. Doge is more likely to be main payment crypto.
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Ok, ABC shill.
BCH is doing fine and is still No. 1 payment coin. Nothing has changed. Also, dev is doing fantastic now that the dead weight is gone.
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You really think it is a number 1 payment coin? Doge really seems to be what people see as a payment coin. BCH shot itself in the foot a while ago.
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How has BCH shot itself in the foot? It scales better, it processes more daily txs and it has way better smart contracts and projects. Doge has basically nothing.
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BCH is a much better payment processor than BTC, and it's too bad that it did not compete well against BTC. Losing that fight with its own infighting and cringe community shot its foot
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It will never win with smart contracts since everyone looks to ETH for those, and the fact is the people look to Doge as the cheap payment processor crypto now. Its at least top choice
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Also, BCH is among the top coins w.r.t. trading volume:

So, most of what you said is just BS. Plain and simple.
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That graph does not change the fact that most people know of Doge, and most have never heard of BCH. Trading volume is not very relevant.
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Of course trading volume is relevant. Claiming otherwise is absurd.
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Its weakly relevant at best since it is so easy to have low value volume. BSV demonstrated that quite well.
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No, BSV did NOT demonstrate thst. BSV had a lot of on chain txs of zero value. This here is TRADING volume aka value traded. Not the same thing at all.
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Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the trading volume simply the value of the sent transactions?
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It is the value traded.
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Yes, and that is likely the same thing. Even transactions between your own wallets would count as value traded when measuring the blockchain transaction volume in USD.
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No. This is exchange volume.
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So it's a metric of trading crypto and fiat with an exchange?
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and crypto to crypto.

Also, it doesn't cover what goes on on SmartBCH. If it did, the number would be even higher.
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precisely, 99.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of what SilentSam says is blatant and ridiculous bullshit.
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Except it isn't. Doge, which was added to BitPay, is WAY behind BCH in usage. Look at their reports.
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Most people have heard of Doge, and most people have never heard of BCH. It sucks, but it is true. Doge is drastically ahead in what matters, which is public perception.
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Of course, I buy a little every week. Not that I have a lot or anything, I have like 12 I think.