Another Twitter member echoed the same response by saying:
@verretor it’s cuz they are lazy. We don’t want our global money system to depend on lazy node opporators. This is just a litmus test to see who can handle the job. (I’m being sarcastic) Let’s 10x the scale and see how well these “upgrades” go.— Network Effects CK⚡️ (@reallife_ck) May 28, 2018
Still, there are some strong proponents of Bitcoin Cash and its upgrades.
Bcash isn't doing so well anymore. Where are the pumps? Where are good news?— Cezary Graf | CRYPTO POLAND (@CryptoPoland) May 28, 2018
Another individual who runs a Bitcoin Cash node replied to the Twitter post by saying:
There are only two 'bcash' nodes on the network.https://t.co/HMZswyS0RqWhat is 13% of 2? 0, when rounded to the closest integer. Which is exactly the number of relevant nodes not following the new hardfork. Accept reality, sybil nodes don't count for shit 😎 — btcfork (@btcfork) May 28, 2018
What happened to the 13% of the nodes, and if this is actually an issue - is still unknown at this time. The system seems to be running fine without the remaining 13%, but I'll leave that argument to the crypto enthusiasts. Still, BCH has suffered in price this past month dropping almost -30%. Upside ahead? We shall see. Featured Image: Unsplash
E.g. I have an old node still running. Currently on vacation so haven't updated yet.— Team Winnaar (@TeamWinnaar) May 28, 2018