The most important element is to remember that he is using bitcoin.com to spread his bcash propaganda to all the newbies coming into crypto world that are uneducated and will actually believe that bitcoin.com is actually the same as bitcoin.org and bcash is the new Bitcoin. (this is just like a phishing attack)
I was going to look for some of his tweets from last year but actually the tweets from today are good enough (he keeps on claiming that bcash is the real bitcoin):
Here he is, on CNBC, spreading FUD and lies on bitcoin telling everyone to sell their btc into bch before it’s too late: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7s7-09-oms (and he also says that insider trading is a “non-crime” after the dramatic listing of BCH on Coinbase).
He is acting just like Donald Trump: If you tell a lie often enough more and more people will believe it and eventually it will become the accepted truth…
Here is a good summary about Roger Ver: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@gank/the-truth-about-roger-ver-and-bch-and-why-you-and-your-usd-should-stay-away
The following blog article sums up quite well all the manipulation that went through the different events involving bcash: https://medium.com/crypt-bytes-tech/bitcoin-vs-bitcoin-cash-attack-or-war-b683ad98f0f7
Finally here is a link to a graphical representation of Bitcoin’s pending transactions over the last 6 months: https://dedi.jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#6m
There you can see the abnormal spikes representing coordinated spam attacks matching exactly with the big blockers’ agenda (making bitcoin core unusable to support the ‘fact’ that bitcoin had indeed become unusable):
- November 8th: segwit2x is cancelled
- November 12th: pump bcash / spam + dump bitcoin attack
- December 19th: Coinbase lists BCH by surprise (along with the same attack pattern than on the 12th of November)
On a more technological aspect you should know that if Satoshi made the current block size of Bitcoin and time between blocks as it is today it’s for good reasons. Making the blocks bigger is not a long term solution and actually weakens the network in various ways: because blocks take a longer time to be spread more hash power is wasted mining invalid blocks (the wrong chain) instead of securing the actual block chain… Bigger blocks also mean that fewer people will be able to run a full node making the network even weaker and more centralized. So when Roger Ver claims that bcash is more secure and reliable than Bitcoin he is indeed lying.