Facebook's crypto project could be the death of Bitcoin Cash

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Former Facebook employee, and current lead developer of Bitcoin Cash, Amaury Sechet, took to Twitter this weekend to suggest that Facebook's cryptocurrency project could be the reason why Bitcoin Cash could eventully fail.
Facebook's crypto project could be the death of Bitcoin Cash
Amaury Sechet, the lead developer of Bitcoin Cash, suggested in a recent tweet that Bitcoin Cash could face extinction, unless they learn from Facebook's crypto project and use what they learn in time.
'With the recent FB announcement BCH could fail unless we learn from this and use what we learn in time. The window to act is closing so we need to step up', he tweeted.
With the recent FB announcement BCH could fail unless we learn from this and use what we learn in time. The window to act is closing so we need to step up. Join me as I do everything in my power to make Bitcoin Cash the Peer to Peer electronic cash we all say we believe in.
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Sechet went on to tell Trustnodes that they can go on with what they have, but implies that BCH won't be able to do the required work to make world money happen.
'We haven’t been able to do any serious work for the past 2 years, mostly low hanging fruits', he said.
However, most of the replies to Sechet's tweet, show that his followers aren't really seeing it the same way Sechet does.
BCH is simultaneously cash and store-of-value (deflationary). I don't see how LibraCoin (inflationary fiat) competes with BCH... please explain, if you would...
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Some even doubt that Facebook's project, codenamed Project Libra, will ever be successful, pointing to Google wallet and Apple Pay, who haven't been able to turn their payment systems in overwhelming sucesses.
I doubt FBcoin will take off. FB messenger payments since '15 already failed in the EU. Money is about trust not chat, the regs are anti-competitive, and it's not their focus. It's pegged to a basket of fiat (confusing) so it can't win on speculation. I like the last part.
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You are underestimating the power of adoption. Facebook has buy in from all these large companies they are enticed to put effort into accepting and utilizing the coin. That is how grew so fast, we went out door to door and rentlessly poured our hearts into adoption
Oh, I highly doubt it. Facebook already has money transfer built into messenger, which gives them a potential user base of billions. So did google wallet and apple pay. None of these has taken off. This is the same play, except with a weird foreign fiat index "coin" bolted on.
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What do you think? Could Bitcoin Cash eventully fail due to Facebook's cryptocurrency project?

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