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Bobby Lee divides Reddit AMA as a discussion center on SegWit2x

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The public AMA of Bobby Lee, CEO of BTCC, is mainly focused on SegWit2x on Wednesday then that his position is controversial

He added that BTCC would potentially accept the SegWit2x channel if it received the required market support.

He added that the BTCC mining pool would continue to operate the BTC and would soon start mining Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

"… We will support more than one channel if there are enough requests from users and if it makes economic sense," he writes. response to a user

Earlier this year, we started to operate Litecoins and we will soon start exploiting Bitcoin Cash. In the future, if the Bitcoin Core Legacy (BCL) chain survives, we will consider providing BTCC Pool support based on market demand.

Lee's more accommodating stance on Bitcoin's hard pitch fork taken by other major Coinbase and Xapo stock exchanges. Others, however, have come out strongly in favor of Bitcoin Core, including the mining pools initially signed with Barry Silbert's New York Agreement, the precursor to SegWit2x.

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"The next SegWit2x feature is an update of Bitcoin, and yes, there is a change in the consensus rules this time around," he continues in another answer.

"According to the Bitcoin rules, Bitcoin will continue to be the chain that has the most hash power built up."

Lee had already caused a dispute elsewhere with his double-point personally, with his brother, the creator of Litecoin, Charlie Lee, taking him on Twitter.

Meanwhile, the AMA has also included speculation regarding the Future of trade in China. Lee's BTCChina officially closed last month

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Discussing rumors that Chinese trade could reopen at some point, Lee remained on the decline. He wrote:

"I have also heard these rumors, but from what I can see here on the ground, there are no plans for the exchange of Bitcoin to be reopened in China. "

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