Roger Ver, Bitcoin Cash creator bans Amaury Séchet from Slack Channel

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August 8, 2018 by
Roger Ver, Bitcoin Cash creator bans Amaury Séchet from Slack Channel

Amaury Sechet the creator of Bitcoin Cash has been banned from the Slack channel. The CEO of Bitcoin.com Roger Ver posted a screenshot in Reddit in the /r/BTC subreddit. It is evident that a moderator from Bitcoin Cash Slack channel removed the CEO. The ban was due to a debate over pre-consensus. As defined by DashForceNews it is a way to improve transaction times and reliability of zero confirmation transaction.

Last year the conflict that took place in Bitcoin community that resulted in chain split. The debate was about on-chain and off-chain scaling. After that it was changed to nature of Bitcoin. Later Bitcoin was divided into two sections. One was known as Bitcoin and other was known as Bitcoin Cash. According to Cøbra, the owner of Bitcoin.org the pre-consensus sort of hints is at threat since Bitcoin Cash is planning to get split.

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Bitcoin Cash community disappointed

A series of comments started coming both positive and negative. For. e.g. a group of Redditors was criticizing the moderator where as some were advising Amaury to take the matter in a positive note. A redditor wrote,

Thank you for all your hard work Amaury. I’m sorry this happened to you. I hope you don’t get bitter about everyone. Most of us don’t agree with this at all. You do so much work, more then most people realize, and don’t necessarily get the recognition you deserve. Ignore the noise. Take a few day vacation perhaps. Don’t burn yourself out.

Another comment by Redditor,

So Bitcoin (Cash) is now banning people for opposing views? Must say I’m disappointed. /u/joeldalais any comments? What did he do? I think online we should all be pretty resilient so if someone insulted my mother I wouldn’t ban them. Maybe if someone insulted my mother via flooding, or indeed flooded anything it might be cause for a ban, but really to ban anyone these days for fighting/insults is a kind of Soyboy SJW move and I thought we were away from that crowd.

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Another redditor wrote,

So Bitcoin (Cash) is now banning people for opposing views? Must say I’m disappointed. /u/joeldalais any comments? What did he do? I think online we should all be pretty resilient so if someone insulted my mother I wouldn’t ban them. Maybe if someone my mother via flooding, or indeed flooded anything it might be cause for a ban, but really to ban anyone these days for fighting/insults is a kind of Soyboy SJW move and I thought we were away from that crowd.

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