Here’s a look into some of the possibilities post the BCH hard fork and what can happen if Bitcoin SV manages to occupy the majority hash power. Put your seat-belts ON.
Craig Wright, the man claims to be the real Satoshi Nakamoto and pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, has threatened to crash the price of ‘his’ headline cryptocurrency if miners support the Bitcoin Cash ABC project in the upcoming fork.
There is a huge competition between the opposite mining pool camps for the hash rate occupancy to gain dominance over the network.
Spectacular scenario centers around Bitcoin Cash hard fork with the two camps engaging in the war of words.
More debates heat up on the eve of the upcoming Bitcoin Cash hard fork. While a number of prominent crypto exchanges already granted support for the new coins, there are those, who believe that the roadmap has no chances.
Poloniex, crypto exchange operated by Goldman Sachs-backed startup Circle, announces its support for both Bitcoin Cash proposals after Bitcoin Cash hard fork takes place.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has gained 25% in just the last three days just before its scheduled hard fork on the 15th of November.
Splits in the BCH developer community are quite imminent as different camps propose their own Bitcoin Cash Satoshi Version with different views over the technical future of the digital currency.
The well-known cryptocurrency investor strikes an upbeat tune about Bitcoin Cash (BCH) despite its steady decline in price in the wake of recent hard fork that he called an upgrade.
Bitcoin Cash, launched on August 1, 2017 as a result of dividinng Bitcoin, is making several upgrades today. The most sufficient changes are increasing of the maximum blocksize from 8 to 32 MB, adding or reactivating several Bitcoin script operation codes.