Amidst all the confusion relating to the SegWit2x hard fork, it has been confirmed that the hard fork has failed to go through in its scheduled time.
Trezor wallet will integrate Bitcoin Gold while BCG comes in for criticism by many experts and major businesses.
Bitcoin Cash has undergone a hard fork creating a new software protocol for its blockchain that aims to reduce mining difficulties and attract miners to its platform.
Bitcoin Cash decreased by 33% according after yesterday considerable growth up to $2477 while Bitcoin didn’t lo
The second derivative of Bitcoin namely the ‘Bitcoin Gold’ has finally gone live as developers publish the final software for the cryptocurrency.
After Segwit2x cancellation, Bitcoin’s exchange rate has lowered below $7000, bringing about not only public worrying, but also the raise of Bitcoin Cash.
Bitcoin Gold is finally set to go live this Sunday on November 12. Will Bitcoin Gold really manage to decentralize mining or is it just another Bitcoin’s version? Let’s try to figure out.
Bitcoin Gold, which has gone through a bumpy ride after the second Bitcoin hard fork, is finally set to go live this Sunday on November 12.
Bitcoin (BTC) price can’t break $6000 barrier again, while Bitcoin Gold (BTG) is trading relatively low, above $120.
The Bitcoin Segwit2x fork will temporarily result in two bitcoin blockchains. Following the fork, Coinbase will continue referring to the current bitcoin blockchain as Bitcoin (BTC) and the forked blockchain as Bitcoin2x (B2X).
Ever since the initiation of the hard-fork resulting into a new cryptocurrency – Bitcoin Gold (BTG) – from the bitcoin blockchain, the BTG website has been constantly under DDoS attacks and has not resumed operations ever since.
The bitcoin price faced a notable drop on Tuesday, following the Bitcoin Gold hard fork.
When a group of Bitcoin users and companies split the world’s most popular cryptocurrency into two different versions on August 1st, 2017, it was an unprecedented event in the Bitcoin’s 9-year old history. Now just 84 days after that “hard fork,” yet another version of Bitcoin has been created named ‘Bitcoin Gold’.