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Although Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver left the Bitcoin community to help establish Bitcoin Cash, he still considers himself a Bitcoin maximalist. His preferred vision of Bitcoin has larger blocks and smaller fees, all to ensure that the cryptocurrency becomes one thing: electronic cash.
In this day and age, carrying your wallet, passport and mobile phone inside the inner pocket of your jacket is simply not enough to protect your assets.
Is Bitcoin still the real Bitcoin, or has it lost its way? Are the two most popular Bitcoin forks (Bitcoin Cash & Bitcoin SV) holding truer to Satoshi’s vision of electronic cash? Today we take an objective look into each coin, and decide which Bitcoin is the one true Bitcoin. Could Craig Wright actually be Satoshi Nakamoto? Tune in to find out!
According to recent reports, the ASIC mining giant and crypto mine operator Bitmain is currently caught in a downward spiral that could lead to dire consequences for the company.Continue reading
The Israeli research and development arm of cryptocurrency mining giant Bitmain will close, resulting in the firing of all 23 staff due to market “turmoil.”Continue reading
Two weeks after the first chain-split of a chain-split, which many blame for the recent crypto crash, BSV’s main miner, Coingeek, has announce that there will be no attack of the BCH chain and that they don’t want the BCH ticker.
What happened with the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork on November 15th? What kind of fork was it? What is the difference between BCHABC / BAB and BCHSV / BSV (note: broad agreement on ticker symbols has not necessarily occurred yet)? What will OP_DATASIGVERIFY and Canonical Transaction Ordering (CTOR) do? Does the original chain still exist? Is there a hash war going on? What happens to coins from the prior BCH chain? What is replay protection?
Bitcoin Cash trading will resume on Coinbase shortly, but the future ain’t so bright for Bitcoin Cash SV.
Cryptocurrency mining pool ‘SharkPool’ has recently threatened to annihilate “alts who dare bearing the Bitcoin name.” The pool was launched by a prominent bitcoin cash startup that created it to attack altcoins that it believes doesn’t fulfill Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision.