Popular in the crypto world as “Bitcoin Jesus,” Roger Ver has urged potential investors to put in their funds in the highly anticipated funding plan which will help in the execution of strategies aimed towards the proliferation of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina , Colombia, and other parts of Latin America (LATAM) region. For participation, interested investors need to buy PAN tokens.
Created in 2017, Bitcoin Cash is a popular virtual currency that is a fork of Bitcoin. Working as an altcoin, Bitcoin Cash has managed to deepen its roots in many parts of the world. With an intention to boost the adoption rate of BCH in LATAM, Roger Ver has launched the BCH crowdfunding event. Through an official Twitter post, Roger has requested investors to collect more and more funds for the expansion of the BCH network in the LATAM region.
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) February 5, 2020
Bitcoin Cash Latam, the platform led by Roger Ver has been adamant about achieving its goal by taking strategically important steps. The firm aspires to create awareness about the excellence of the Bitcoin Cash network in Latin America by chalking out an array of plans focused towards merchant adoption, remittances, B2B purchasing, cross-border trades, meetups, liquidity requirements, media production, etc. With its dedicated team efforts, the organization is striving hard to initiate Bitcoin Cash commons in the Latam region as well as offer best value to the developing regions via the BCH network, and take the necessary steps required for strengthening Bitcoin Cash ecosystem by making it the international currency of Latin America.
Using the gamified adoption app strategy, the BCH team will aid the BCH adoption workers to earn profits by being a part of the verifiable tasks, which eventually add value to the Bitcoin Cash network. This concrete strategy is likely to boost BCH adoption in the global parlance at an economical rate.
Interestingly, since Dash Latam’s transition into Bitcoin Cash Latam, the firm has earned participation from 1,304 merchants, onboarded 5,000 new investors, and organized 159 strategic events. The network spreads across 19 cities and seven Latam nations. The BCH Latam funding plan will help the organization in popularizing BCH in the English-speaking community as well by arousing the interest of new investors. The report stated that in case the firm fails to pool in the required funds to run its own business plan, it will serve the business plans of others in the time being.