Litecoin’s [LTC] Charlie Lee has zero understanding of the economics of why Bitcoin became popular, claims Roger Ver

In an interesting interview with Sirtoshi, Roger Ver opened up about the most controversial people in the cryptospace. When asked about his thoughts on Litecoin’s Charlie Lee, Ver said,

“His whole goal, from day one, was to be right there ready to pick up the (BTC’s) slack.”

He further claimed that Lee was waiting for Bitcoin’s transaction fees rising and a reduction in reliability, which would place Litecoin as the best alternative for the cryptocurrency. He also noted,

“If it wasn’t for the crippling of BTC, Litecoin would be completely pointless and worthless.”

Ver also admitted that the only time he bought altcoins was owing to his preconceived doubts about Bitcoin’s ability to scale. Although the prominent Bitcoin supporter never owned Litecoins, he stated that, “having a diverse portfolio is the smart thing to do.”

Roger Ver wasn’t done talking about Lee, stating that,

“I don’t know how much Charlie is in it for the money or not, but I do know that he has zero understanding of the economics of why Bitcoin became popular to begin with.”

Ver also argued that he believes that Lee has been paid by some influential people to promote negative publicity for Bitcoin.

Ver also expressed his personal view about government organizations, stating,

“If you want to get back at government, the best way to do it is to hold them accountable to their own laws.”

Further, Ver supported this claim by stating that governments decide legality based on their personal interests, while giving examples of Jewish concentration camps and the legal status of marijuana across the globe. Roger Ver concluded the topic by supporting a ‘voluntary approach’ to conduct life (and cryptocurrency), since it marks the “difference between working for a living or being a slave.”

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