Bitcoin.com Removed from GoDaddy’s ‘Sale List’ But Roger Ver’s Is Willing to Sell for 22M BCH
- Bitcoin.com removed from GoDaddy sale listing.
- A mysterious $100 million price.
- Roger Ver blasts Bitcoin maximalists.
Bitcoin.com was “mistakenly” put up for sale on GoDaddy for a minimum price of $100 million, leading to massive speculation across the crypto social media circles. However, the site and Bitcoin Cash proponent owner, Roger Ver, took offense – asking the website administrator to pull down the listing. As of writing, the listing is no longer on GoDaddy, but the firm has offered no explanation or comment.
First brought to light by the CTO of Casa HODL, Jameson Loop, GoDaddy appeared to have listed the Bitcoin.com website on its listing with a minimum bid price of $100 million. However, Ver strongly refuted the claims as “100% fake news”, writing on Reddit,
“Seems strange that on the day that Bitcoin Cash is pumping a lot, Jameson Lopp and other BTC maximalists start spreading fake news that Bitcoin.com is for sale. If true, that would clearly damage BCH a lot. Maybe this is just one more dirty trick by the BTC maximalists.”
Further writing to the GoDaddy Twitter social media team, Ver demanded the site be removed from listing – as “it is damaging his real brand.”
However, some of the Twitter crypto community took fun at the issue, with Justin Sun joking that he wanted to bid it. In the past few weeks, Sun has been one of the top bidders of NFTs in the market – bidding almost $2 million for the “first tweet ever.”
Ok. Let me bid it! 😜 https://t.co/F52uZPja6R
— Justin Sun🌞 (@justinsuntron) April 5, 2021
Bitcoin giga-chad and MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor also favored purchasing the site after several influencers called on a partnership to reclaim the website from Bitcoin Cash. While Ver said it is not for sale, he did tweet that he would take 22,000,000 BCH for the site. At current price of $648.88, that would be nearly $14,275,360,000
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) April 6, 2021