Thanks for the reply nandibear - on reflection, maybe I'm going across a little too aggressive but I do appreciate that you are at least willing to have a discussion about these things.
If you do have such evidence, how often did it occur (was it just one singe day, maybe mining-date Sept. 1st - payout-dated Sept 2nd?).
This is precisely part of my point above - in order to give you your evidence, I will have to go and examine every single day which I made anything in the past 60 days and see the fee and profit breakdowns by chains for those days - instead of what comes intuitively which is - if I made profit on that day, then the day should be profitable, if I didn't, then it wasn't. I'm not trying to fish anything out of you here and I have other things to attend to then to study the records in that level of detail - I'm sure maybe somebody will do it. What I know is a fact is that I have a statement for BCH which made profit in the month of September - intuitively one would think then there was at least some profitable days in the month of September for BCH but unfortunately by application of your autoswitching system and your interpretation, it turns out you can make money on a day but the day's not profitable - and yes, now that I've had it explained to me, I understand why that is but I just think of all of the possible interpretations you've chosen to apply, you've chosen the one that most closely protects bitcoin.com's interests, which fine, I think you're entitled to do that but
given, as I've mentioned it's not intuitive
and has the potential to cause confusion
, if that's the interpretation you've chosen to go with, it should have been clearly explained.
Users who are using the auto-switching feature or just switching manually between the chains need to be told -
that under some circumstances, bitcoin.com will give them BCH or BTC on that day and yet still consider that day unprofitable
- you can disagree with all the rest of the feedback but I think this is critical and a very fair comment, don't you?
And like I mentioned previously - if it had been clearly explained to us, maybe someone of us would've then chosen just to stick to one chain or the other or manipulate the switching manually as opposed to leaving it on auto-switch - maybe it wouldn't have mattered or maybe none of us would have bothered but at least then, we made the decisions with full understanding of how the system would interact with our choices as opposed to what I'm feeling now which is as if I've not been given a fair opportunity to make that choice.