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If BCH is the "real bitcoin", does that mean that BTC "SegWit coin" was airdropped to BCHers, in their own view?

Are BCHers tax liable for their entire 2017 BTC holdings now?

ping #IRS
Some BCHers say that bitcoin ceased to exist summer 2017 and two new coins emerged, BCH and Bitcoin SegWit. In that case it's even worse -- now they could be tax liable for their entire holdings, both BTC and and BCH, as both were airdropped.
If the IRS tax guidance is really such that you must pay tax on new coins from the time you were provided access, some BCHers and BTCers *must* see their tax liabilities differently.

Perhaps not a long shot: there'll be a court decision on which "coin is the real bitcoin" soon..
..to complement our UK court decision on whether Craig Wright is really Satoshi, or if it's fine to keep calling him a fraud 😅
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