Bitcoin.com no longer listed on CoinMarketCap BTC page

Posted 07 May, 2018

The major crypto information source – CoinMarketCap – has deleted the link of Bitcoin.com website in its bitcoin-related page, as reported news media.

The resource is yet to make any official statements on this matter, though it seems that such move can be explained by the recent claims that Bitcoin.com provided distorted information hiding in BCH as BTC.

As Internet Archiv Wayback Machin showed, the service was listed on CoinMarketCap as the top-2 BTC resource.

As a result, there is only one BTC-related site on the CoinMarketCap – Bitcoin.org. 

For reference, Bitcoin.com also offers wallet services for BTC and BCH storage, though bitcoin cash is set as default, while bitcoin is called bitcoin core.

Last week, bitcoin users filed a petition against Bitcoin.com run by Roger Ver but failed to achieve further court determination due to a lack of fun. All the donations were reportedly paid back. 

According to Forklog, @Bitcoin twitter-account which is probably run by Bitcoin Cash-supporters is also actively criticized by the community. 

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