Bitcoin Cash (BCC) is not about to let Bitcoin (BTC) take all the limelight amidst the CBOE futures launch, and Roger Ver, the most vocal advocate of BCC, has just Tweeted that is going to come out with a Bitcoin Cash Visa debit card.

The rivalry between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash is well known now, as the latter’s proponent, Roger Ver, has continued to claim that Bitcoin’s August 1, 2017 fork – BCC, is the real Bitcoin as per the original guidelines in the 2009 whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.

According to Roger, Bitcoin Core, the development team behind BTC has failed the cryptocurrency, as is evident from its high transaction fees and delays. He also regularly stresses on the need for a digital currency to be globally accessible and feasible to use, even in economically weak regions such as Africa.

His response to Bitcoin’s shortcomings is Bitcoin Cash, which has a larger block size (8MB compared to Bitcoin’s 1MB - making for a larger number of transactions to be processed within the 10-minute period it takes to process new blocks) and consequently smaller fees and faster transaction processing.

However, the Bitcoin community has not been very receptive to what they believe is an attempt to subvert the original coin, leading to a rift between supporters of Bitcoin and those of Bitcoin Cash.

Now, with a possible Visa debit card solution coming out, Bitcoin Cash’s price is likely to surge as it becomes easily ‘spendable’ – something that cannot be said for Bitcoin, which was recently dropped by Steam, the game publishing portal, due to high fees and delays.

While there are other solutions (TenX and Monaco) for users looking to spend their digital currency via debit cards, a native solution provided by Bitcoin Cash may be what is needed to further crypto adoption and actual spending, which is considered healthy for the market.