Statement: CoinGeek will support Bitcoin.com in lawsuit over the real Bitcoin

Statement: CoinGeek will support Bitcoin.com in lawsuit over the real Bitcoin

CoinGeek welcomes this opportunity to subject the merits of both BTC and Bitcoin Cash BCH to scrutiny in court.

Recently, a group of BTC devotees launched a website in hopes of gathering a crowd as well as some funds to aid their effort in filing a lawsuit against the website, Bitcoin.com. The group, which also has a dedicated Telegram group started by Twitter user @MoneyTrigz, alleges that Bitcoin.com’s user interface confuses buyers by using the same logo colour for both BTC and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). They add that referring to BTC as Bitcoin Core was enough to mislead BTC buyers into mistakenly purchasing BCH.

The group is now soliciting donations for their cause through their website bitcoincomlawsuit.info. Whether this complaint or its proponents have any viable claims is yet to be seen.

CoinGeek welcomes this as an opportunity to challenge the cultist dogma and subject to scrutiny the merits of BCH against that of BTC in court. Below is CoinGeek’s official statement about the matter.

A statement from Calvin Ayre, CoinGeek.com Founder

CoinGeek.com will support and join any lawsuit related to what is the real Bitcoin.  We look forward to a court reviewing the original white paper and the evolution of the two major branches that are on the chain that originated with the bitcoin genesis block.

It is clear to anyone who knows the history and technology that Bitcoin BTC is inaccurately using the Bitcoin name and has forked to Segwit technology and is no longer bitcoin or even a cryptocurrency.   

Bitcoin BCH forked back to being bitcoin after the Segwit fork and is staying true to the original white paper. CoinGeek has been studying how we could get this issue before a court and would welcome the opportunity to put our substantial resources into getting a judge to review the science and make a decision. We are confident there is only one outcome to this and that is that BTC has stolen the Bitcoin name for a Segwit technology alt coin. 

Bitcoin.com has every right to also have its own opinion in this area and we support this 100 percent also.  Nobody is in a better position to know bitcoin when they see it than bitcoin.com and Roger Ver who have been there since the very start.”

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.
CoinGeek to fund StackLab’s blockchain training program

CoinGeek to fund StackLab’s blockchain training program

CoinGeek.com is committed to building Bitcoin BCH (also known as Bitcoin Cash) into a global, low-fee peer-to-peer digital currency and there are many strands that need enhancing for that to become a reality.

The first is merchant adoption which is happening as we speak and CoinGeek are hosting a bComm conference to showcase BCH to merchants in Hong Kong on May 18th.

Another important need is to train more developers to work in blockchain technology, because experienced blockchain developers are in short supply. CoinGeek.com and its own Calvin Ayre are doing their part by contributing over USD $150,000 to fund a blockchain developer training program in the Philippines, the world’s second largest IT outsourcing destination. CoinGeek are partnering on the venture with StackLab (a StackTrek Enterprises’ company), the on-the-ground operator for the training program.

StackLab seeks to create technology hubs in next-generation cities of the Philippines, and the first of its blockchain training programs will be in the city of Iloilo.

A minimum of 50 developers will be trained on developments skills focusing on the Bitcoin BCH blockchain. Trainees will be selected at a coding tournament using a the world’s most unbiased programmer capability evaluation test, which was funded by the World Bank and is recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); only participants testing in the top two levels (top 2% and 11%) will qualify for the StackLab program. After the complete the 6-month training program, the developer trainees will receive support from StackLab to find employment – with the aim of transforming developing cities such as Iloilo into new technology centers for the Philippines.

Also joining the program will be nChain, the global leader in blockchain research and development based in London, United Kingdom. nChain will help shape the training program curriculum, and provide projects for the trainees to work on. The training programs will be focused on coding on the Bitcoin BCH chain, the one true public blockchain.

This initiative is another of Calvin Ayre’s many social initiatives for the Philippines.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.
Roger Ver to discuss global Bitcoin Cash adoption at upcoming CoinGeek Conference

Roger Ver to discuss global Bitcoin Cash adoption at upcoming CoinGeek Conference

At the inaugural CoinGeek.com Conference, which will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong on May 18, many of the brightest and most dedicated minds behind cryptocurrency will be present to provide their take on how Bitcoin Cash (BCH) will revolutionize currency. One of the hottest topics today is how to propel adoption of the digital currency in both the commerce and government arenas, and Roger Ver will be on hand to provide his insight into how the industry is advancing.

Following the August 2017 hard fork and the subsequent birth of Bitcoin BCH, the digital currency quickly made its way to become the fourth largest in terms of market cap. Since then, it has continued to gain acceptance as a viable payment alternative and is accepted by thousands of retailers around the world. Despite the growth, there is always room for improvement, and Ver is prepared to explain what steps need to be taken to keep the momentum going.

Ver is a leading proponent of the cryptocurrency movement. He began investing in cryptocurrencies in 2011 and has now invested more than $1 million into a number of cryptocurrency-related startups.  Some of these are Ripple, Kraken, Bitpay and Blockchain.info. Ver is also the CEO of Bitcoin.com, a leading website for anything related to cryptocurrencies.

As early as 2012, Ver has been organizing conferences to discuss cryptocurrencies in California. He is one of five Bitcoin Foundation founders, and anticipates a time when cryptocurrency rivals major fiat. He is certain that we are now living in a time when governments are going ‘cashless’ and argues that tangible fiat only accounts for a small portion of any country’s economic structure. As more merchants turn toward cryptocurrency acceptance, this supply of physical currency should only diminish.

Ver is a well-known lobbyist for cryptocurrencies. He has spoken with several media outlets around the world on the topic, including Fox Business, Russia Today, the Keiser Report and Bloomberg TV.  He is also the current chairman of the Cryptocurrency Advisory Board for MGT Capital Investments, which is led by John McAfee.

In addition to Ver, the upcoming CoinGeek.com conference will see participation by several of his peers. Ryan X. Charles, co-founder and CEO of Yours.org, will be on hand to discuss how to bring BCH to the mainstream, and SBI’s Chief Strategy Officer Jerry Chan will be providing a breakdown of the advances from FinTech 1.5 to FinTech 2.0. Additionally, Mike Kayamori, CEO of Quione, will be discussing the climate of commercial cryptocurrency adoption in Japan.

Find out how you can integrate blockchain into your business by registering for the CoinGeek.com Conference today.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit-Coin BTC (inaccurately called Bitcoin Legacy or Core by many) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.

source: https://coingeek.com/roger-ver-discuss-global-bitcoin-cash-adoption-upcoming-coingeek-conference/

Over 50 teams sign up to put tokenization on Bitcoin BCH chain

Over 50 teams sign up to put tokenization on Bitcoin BCH chain

More than 50 teams are taking on CoinGeek.com’s tokenization challenge, which will shape the next evolution of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain.

After demonstrating that the vision contained in the original Satoshi Nakamoto white paper can be realized on the network, the next step for Bitcoin Cash is to move from being a simple cryptocurrency solution and become the cornerstone of a globally distributed economy. Tokenization is one of the key elements for opening up the Bitcoin Cash chain to support a broader range of transactions than simply payments in the native cryptocurrency. Digital tokens, typically executed with smart contracts, allow real-world assets to be represented within a blockchain transaction.

To achieve this, CoinGeek.com—along with blockchain technology research and development firm nChain Group—recently announced a design contest for a tokenization solution that runs on the Bitcoin BCH blockchain as well as its associated test networks. The available prize is £5 million worth of Bitcoin Cash.

“While it is our firm belief that BCH is the one true blockchain that will emerge out of all the FUD around cryptocurrencies right now we want to also ensure BCH has all the tools necessary to make that claim and more. Tokenization is another step on that journey as we create a ‘best of breed’ coin that has all the components of the original Satoshi white paper but also has the additional features that enhance BCH further still,” said CoinGeek.com owner Calvin Ayre.

The challenge requires participants to design a generic system, or suite of interacting systems that deliver: an issuer solution that permits an entity to securely create tokens, issue tokens to user’s wallets, redeem tokens from users, and securely destroy tokens back into the originating cryptocurrency at the end of that token’s life cycle; a user solution that either plugs into their existing cryptocurrency wallet or sits alongside the wallet, allowing the user to view, trade and redeem their holding; and an audit solution that allows a third party to securely and independently validate the status of all issued tokens on the blockchain.

All submissions need to include supporting design documentations, as well as a working code with the source codes. The solution is not required to involve the execution of a smart contract on the blockchain, but participants must demonstrate real-world use cases—such as in gaming and casino, company stocks, and even tickets—that manage a token from issuance to final destruction.

CoinGeek will provide access and licenses to use certain assets from nChain Group’s patent portfolio. The assets are limited for use on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain and participants can only use them for their design proposals. The solutions will be evaluated on how well their solution meets the objectives as well as their effectiveness in using nChain’s intellectual property assets. Participants, however, are not limited or required to use nChain’s assets as CoinGeek encourages creativity and new ideas.

Learn more and register to CoinGeek.com’s tokenization contest here.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.

source: https://coingeek.com/50-teams-sign-put-tokenization-bitcoin-bch-chain/

CoinGeek takes Tokyo by storm to celebrate Satoshi’s Vision

CoinGeek takes Tokyo by storm to celebrate Satoshi’s Vision

CoinGeek.com, the cryptocurrency news site founded by Antiguan entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, recently flew to Japan for the Satoshi’s Vision conference and threw a party for its attendees.

With a fabulous view of the city lights at the heart of Shibuya in Tokyo, conference delegates were treated to a fun networking night, great music and overflowing drinks. Guests from over a dozen countries include big names in the cryptocurrency space, such as nChain CEO Jimmy Nguyen and Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright, Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver, Bitcoin Unlimited President Andrew Clifford, and Bitcoin ABC lead developer Amaury Séchet.

The networking night paved the way for the delegates to discuss the latest trends as well as developments the Bitcoin community has been working on. It also became an avenue for more entrepreneurs and investors to meet and explore the possibility of changing the world through the integration of Bitcoin Cash into their businesses.

“Finally, we have a Bitcoin party that brings Bitcoin back to what it really was meant to be—currency that you can use, something that you can spend, and the best place to store value,” said Antiguan entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, owner of CoinGeek.com.

The night was just a teaser of what’s going to happen at the CoinGeek Conference in May this year. The one-day event will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong, featuring presentations and panel discussions focusing on merchant adoption as well as the integration of Bitcoin Cash and blockchain technology into various areas of businesses.

The upcoming conference, which is also hosting an after-party courtesy of CoinGeek.com owner Calvin Ayre, is shaping up to be a landmark in merchant adoption and education in the benefits of Bitcoin BCH.  With its bigger blocks, faster speed, and lower transaction fees, Bitcoin BCH represents the truer vision of Bitcoin as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.

source: https://coingeek.com/coingeek-takes-tokyo-storm-celebrate-satoshis-vision-video/

CoinGeek.com funds the Cash Shuffle Group’s Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ‘Mixer’ Tool

CoinGeek.com funds the Cash Shuffle Group’s Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ‘Mixer’ Tool

CoinGeek.com continues to invest in developing BCH into the one true Blockchain with recent funding for: a terabyte block*, a tokenization mechanism (with a £5,000,000 prize for anybody who can achieve this) and now with the Cash Shuffle Group to add the ability to mix or shuffle coins on the Blockchain through multiple transactions to improve anonymity.

There’s nothing clandestine about anonymous payments, normal cash is the same and, of course, the two parties involved will be fully aware. But, to create a viable peer-to-peer, low-fee digital currency the ability for users to keep their transactions between each other is something that has been enjoyed since the birth of currency.

The Mixer tool is for BCH only and will be open source once seed is built. These improvements to the chain help tie BCH even more firmly to the original Satoshi White Paper and thus is not only the best Blockchain but also the only true Bitcoin.

Calvin Ayre, owner of CoinGeek.com, explains: “The Legacy Segwit Coin (BTC) should no longer call itself Bitcoin as there is no resemblance to the coin launched in 2008. BCH is now making sure it is true to the original vision and is adding other useful elements as the cryptocurrency world evolves. I am willing to listen any sensible arguments as to why this is not the case but can find none to refute the claim that BCH is the real Bitcoin.”

Alongside everything we are doing CoinGeek is also educating merchants about the benefits of adopting Bitcoin Cash as a lower-fee, fast-payment system. These educational efforts will really hit a peak at our CoinGeek Conference in Hong Kong this May 18th.

*A single terabyte block (added every 10 minutes) can contain about 4 billion Bitcoin transactions, and provide capacity of 7 million transactions per second.

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Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.

source: https://coingeek.com/coingeek-com-funds-the-cash-shuffle-groups-bitcoin-cash-bch-mixer-tool/

CoinGeek takes a pre-emptive stand against dishonest practices

CoinGeek takes a pre-emptive stand against dishonest practices

Miners are the heart of Bitcoin, and CoinGeek will work to protect the network from bad actors by taking a pre-emptive stance against dishonest practices like double-spending. To date, a double spend has not happened on the Bitcoin Cash network and we want to be sure it never will.

A message from CoinGeek founder Calvin Ayre:

“CoinGeek mining systems will reject blocks that are clearly generated by attacks. If a transaction is hidden from the network to create a double spend by other miners to steal funds, we will reject this.

We support honest mining and competition.  

Transactions from honest miners propagate. When a transaction is hidden, this is easily detected with clear evidence that is digitally signed. CoinGeek is taking a pre-emptive stand to let the Bitcoin Cash community know that we will not tolerate dishonest practices and we will work to combat criminal actions. 

Profit is best derived from long-term investment and we won’t stand for criminals attempting to game the system for short-term gain. 

We believe that all current miners would support us in an honest majority.”

The risk of double-spending is unique to cryptocurrencies. In the Bitcoin Cash network, there is a near-impossible chance of a double-spend happening but risk increases as transactions are chained.

Selfish mining could lead to the centralization of mining operations, with a so-called majority group calling the shots on who can mine, who can’t mine and even which transactions will be confirmed on the network.

Now, this scenario wouldn’t result from “evil” miners. But there is a real danger of this happening through the efforts of groups who want to take power away from miners by changing the proof of work system in place on the network or other nefarious ideas.

The nChain Group, a leading blockchain technology research and development company, will be releasing free merchant technology to monitor these types of illicit activities for Bitcoin Cash.

We believe that all current miners would support us in an honest majority.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.
Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu speaker at bComm conference in Hong Kong

Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu speaker at bComm conference in Hong Kong

CoinGeek.com’s bComm conference on May 18th, 2018 is pleased to announced Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu to its high-powered speaker roster.  Wu joins Roger Ver, Dr Craig Wright, Expedia’s Michael Wood, SBI Crypto’s Chief Strategy Officer Jerry David Chan, and other top names in Bitcoin.

Bitmain is now among the most recognizable companies in the cryptocurrency space and the parent of several brands including Antminer, Antpool, and Hashnest. Jihan Wu is a recognised leader in the Bitcoin world, and a very strong addition to the speakers’ line up for May 18th.

To be held at The Four Seasons Resort in Hong Kong complete with after party courtesy of CoinGeek.com’s owner, Calvin Ayre, the event is shaping up to be a landmark in the emergence of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as the true Bitcoin.

Hosting the event will be nChain Group CEO, Jimmy Nguyen, who commented: “This is pivotal year for BCH to grow and bComm to emerge.  We hope this conference will help educate merchants as to why we see BCH as the future of Bitcoin and a bComm world.  And it will also be the most fun you’ll ever have in Bitcoin!”

Registration for the conference is now open with a 50% discount for those paying in BCH but we will accept Yea Olde Credit Cards if you prefer.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true  Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.
CoinGeek.com mines first Bitcoin BCH block

CoinGeek.com mines first Bitcoin BCH block

Antiguan-based CoinGeek.com Mining Division has successfully mined the first Bitcoin Cash (BCH) block.

According to data from Blockchair, CoinGeek.com mined BCH block height #513210 on Jan. 16, 2018 at 18:49 UTC. At the time of writing, 845 miners are hashing for CoinGeek.com, which is equivalent to about 11.5 PH/s. More CoinGeek.com miners are expected to come on stream in the coming weeks.

Contrary to the “miner” description on Blockchair, ViaBTC is not mining for CoinGeek.com—the miners are only using ViaBTC’s mining management software to mine on CoinGeek.com’s machines. All of the Antiguan-based mining’s hash will have CoinGeek.com in the block descriptor.

The CoinGeek.com mining operation is spearheaded by Antiguan citizen Calvin Ayre. An early and vocal advocate of Bitcoin BCH, Ayre invested significantly in both hardware and software in order to build the hash rate of BCH and highlight the all-important scalability of the chain. Ayre will mine only Bitcoin BCH, the true remaining Bitcoin as intended by the Satoshi whitepaper.

“This is the first step in a whole host of activity in the BCH space that we are rolling out this year,” Ayre said, noting that CoinGeek.com is also “embarking on a full merchant adoption marketing program” to explain why BCH is the only option for low-fee micropayments.

Because it is now becoming more and more expensive to spend, the only use left for the SegWit (BTC) chain and its cryptocurrency is to become an institutional value transfer system, although it will be an inefficient one compared to Bitcoin Cash—the only technology positioned to enable the shifting of eCommerce to Bitcoin Commerce (bComm).

To explain more about bComm, CoinGeek.com is hosting a Bitcoin conference devoted to what the world will look like with massive on-chain scaling on one public blockchain. The inaugural conference, which will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong on May 18, will be focusing specifically on merchant adoption of the best micropayment solution with the lowest fees for both vendor and buyer.

The latest updates on the Antiguan-based CoinGeek.com’s hash can be found here.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.
CoinGeek.com funds Terab project with Lokad and nChain; enabling path to 1 terabyte blocks and 7 million transactions per second for Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

CoinGeek.com funds Terab project with Lokad and nChain; enabling path to 1 terabyte blocks and 7 million transactions per second for Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

CoinGeek.com announces funding of up to 3.6 million Euro to support Terab, an open source initiative that will solve a key technical issue to enable the Bitcoin Cash chain to massively scale to terabyte (1 million megabyte) size blocks and 7 million transactions per second. The Terab project will be managed by Lokad, the French quantitative supply chain technology provider, and will receive technical support from nChain, the blockchain research & development specialist.

One of the major criticisms of Segwit Bitcoin is the apparent inability to scale to the level of transactions that payment networks such as Visa and Mastercard can provide. For cryptocurrencies to be competitive in the global payments space, high volume transaction scaling is vital but, not, as many have suggested, impossible and Bitcoin Cash is now firmly on that road.

The legacy Segwit Bitcoin has shackled its own progress by refusing to allow the current block size cap (1MB) that only allows for 3-4 transactions per second to be lifted and thus has fated the coin to the dustbin of cryptocurrency history. But last October, the BCH community welcomed news that a 1 gigabyte (GB) block was successfully mined and propagated through the Gigablock Testnet Initiative, the collaboration between Bitcoin Unlimited and nChain.

Envisioning an even bigger future, Lokad founder, Joannes Vermorel has recently advocated that terabyte-size blocks are viable – but only on the BCH chain. A single terabyte block (added every 10 minutes) can contain about 4 billion Bitcoin transactions, and provide capacity of 7 million transactions per second. The scale of a network with 1 TB blocks would be immense, and enable BCH to power not just monetary transactions but machine-to-machine data transactions of many types.

With such a massively scaled BCH network, one technical issue that must be solved is how to optimize the unspent transaction output (UTXO) database maintained by nodes to prevent double-spending of Bitcoins. Assessing the correct amount of Bitcoins associated with each output is an essential step in the validation of a new block. With the transaction volume possible in 1TB blocks, the UTXO database would also grow immensely.

Lokad now has the funding for Terab, an open source initiative to develop solutions to optimize performance of the UTXO database and prepare for a future BCH network with 1 TB blocks. The Terab project’s goal is to deliver a standardized microservice API and high performance single node, multi-node and distributed software implementations that are progressively capable of supporting the throughput required for 1 GB and then 10 GB blocks. These will pave the way for similar implementations that can eventually support TB size blocks. Lokad will hire and manage a project team to develop the Terab software. The Terab software will be made available for usage under an open source license, but only for usage on the BCH chain.

Antiguan citizen and owner of CoinGeek.com, Calvin Ayre, has pledged up to 3.6 million Euro worth of funding to Lokad for the Terab project, in order to make massive BCH scalability a reality.

Coupled with CoinGeek’s financial investment, nChain will provide technical advice, support from its research and development team members, and relevant intellectual property licenses for use in the Terab project. nChain’s Chief Scientist Craig Wright will work closely with Lokad on this initiative.

Lokad CEO, Joannes Vermorel, commented: “To have this level of support means we can start building progressive scalability for BCH immediately which will be transformative for BCH as the only genuine peer-to-peer currency.”

nChain Group CEO, Jimmy Nguyen, added: “Terab is exactly the type of collaboration that nChain supports – projects that help fulfill the Satoshi Nakamoto white paper’s vision of a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. Bitcoin Cash best represents that vision, and we are pleased to partner with Lokad to solve a key technical need for a massively scaled BCH network. The Terab project also exemplifies how microservices architecture is needed for BCH applications to reach enterprise-level usage.”

CoinGeek.com owner, Calvin Ayre, continued: “The criticisms of cryptocurrencies are very useful as they help us see what hurdles we have to take down in order to achieve low-fee micro-transactions. They are a few more which we will be addressing in due course but rest assured we will prove that BCH is the one true chain.”
In addition to Terab, CoinGeek.com intends to support more initiatives that will enable global growth and adoption of Bitcoin Cash. If you are a developer or technology venture that needs funding to develop projects or applications for the Bitcoin Cash chain, send your pitch via http://coingeek.com/contact.

Note: Tokens in the SegWit chain are referred to as SegWit1X (BTC) and SegWit Gold (SWG) and are no longer Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is the only true  Bitcoin as intended by the original Satoshi white paper.  Bitcoin BCH is the only public block chain that offers safe and cheap microtransactions.