Roger Ver on ‘who gets to decide how Bitcoin moves forward’, illuminates the main players in the legendary block size debate and explains why people are ‘underestimating moor’s law’.
Anarchapulco, the largest and only explicit Anarcho Capitalist conference in the world, was jam-packed with alternative media celebrities, activists, and pioneers.
Among them Roger Ver, perhaps the most outspoken and controversial Anarcho Capitalist, and Bitcoin advocate known by some at the time as Bitcoin Jesus. He earned the title through his angel investment rounds during the early years of Bitcoin development.
On this interview, he and I sit down to discuss what will likely go down in history as the great block size debate.
Who are the main players in this cybernetic power struggle over the future of Bitcoin? what are the rules of the game and who is paying?
Here’s what Roger Ver had to say.