Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash To Be Taken Offline

Bittrex, is one of the worlds leading cryptocurrency exchanges. With a market capitalisation of $36,883,136.00 at the time of writing, it is clear to see the full scale of Bittrex’s size and dominance. Moreover, Bittrex supports just shy of 300 cryptocurrencies and trading pairs, thus, you can see why Bittrex may be considered as one of the biggest exchanges to date. Therefore, this latest announcement by the Bittrex team comes with quite a level of significance. In a recent post on the Bittrex website, Julian Yap, a member of the Bittrex team has posted some information regarding a few upgrades that will be made to the service this Wednesday (20th June 2018). Within this, Bittrex are working on rebranding and ticker symbol changes for Bitcoin Cash, Legends and Bitswift. As a result of the...

Paxos To Add Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash And Stellar

The Paxos Trust Company are a blockchain powered ‘trust’ who aim to use notions of trust to build products that simplify settlement and eliminate risk. According to Paxos: “Eliminating settlement risk starts with the ability to settle assets and payments simultaneously. That’s why Paxos combines regulated Trust status with distributed ledger technology to create a modern settlement platform.” Moreover, Paxos’ status as a regulated trust means that assets and cash are able to freely more around the Paxos platform. This platform uses blockchain technology to enable asset exchange and instantaneous payments. Find out more about Paxos, here- https://www.paxos.com/ According to a new report by Forbes, Paxos have received full approval from the New York Department of Financial Services to trade ...

New Developments That Could See Bitcoin Cash Skyrocket

Bitcoin Cash tends to be considered as the favourite currency for cryptocurrency adoption. It’s a fast fork of Bitcoin and promises to help accelerate the blockchain industry into the mainstream through its inherent store value and simple to use interface. Of course, Bitcoin Cash has many competitors creeping up behind it, and likewise, many other ‘cousins’ who offer Bitcoin Cash various other solutions, working in unison to achieve cryptocurrency adoption. This latest news surrounding Bitcoin Cash mining however, seems to suggest that the pursuit for the mainstream is about to heat up significantly. According to PRNewswire, CoinGeek and nChain (two major Bitcoin Cash mining pools) have established a ‘Miners Choice’ initiative for Bitcoin Cash, you can see the full press release for yourse...

Bitcoin Cash Is Flying, Can It Repeat April And Jump 200%, To $3415?

We have noticed Bitcoin Cash making significant ground today. Whilst we can’t really work out where this progress is coming from just yet, it is pretty clear that Bitcoin Cash is racing ahead of the markets. This is of course catalysed by the overall positive market movements that we are seeing at the moment, overall though, Bitcoin Cash is flying above its neighbours. At the time of writing, whilst Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple are all up 2.03%, 2.23% and 1.74% respectively, Bitcoin Cash is up 5.26%, coming in at a nice round value of $1,138.00. If this continues, we can expect to see Bitcoin Cash exceed $1,200.00 through this afternoon. During the mid-April market surge, the last bull run that saw prices drive, Bitcoin Cash managed to surge up by almost 200% in the space of just one month...

Does Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Really Have A Future?

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a rather controversial fork of Bitcoin (BTC) with a market cap of $17.2 Billion and currently ranked as the fourth largest coin by market cap. When it first came into existence, some believed that this could actually be a better version of Bitcoin (BTC). It did appear to be a lot faster and cheaper than Bitcoin (BTC) in the beginning and still is. However, once Bitcoin (BTC) solves all of these issues with the help of Lightning Network or similar future upgrades, what will be the fate of Bitcoin Cash (BCH)? Bitcoin Cash (BTC) is still popular among many investors as a ‘spendable’ version of Bitcoin (BTC). This means that it makes sense to order a $50 pizza with Bitcoin Cash (BTC) but with Bitcoin (BTC) you will end up paying a lot more in fees. So, it is not worth it ...

Bitcoin Cash And Ethereum Will See Improvements With New Wallet Integration

Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum are the latest additions to a growing cryptocurrency wallet service, that is currently celebrating hitting the incredible milestone of reaching 5 Million users. With this in mind, it is reported that Coins.ph, a Philippines based cryptocurrency wallet now handles more than 1 Million onboardings per year. This proves that within the Philippines, cryptocurrency is a growing trend and that the demand for cryptocurrencies in the area, is as rife as ever. Moreover, we should consider the implications of this, as, within this integration, 5 Million new users will be issued with access to Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum investment, potentially increasing both the market capitalisation and the trading volumes of both currencies, which in turn could allow for significant gains i...

Bitcoin Cash Now Offered On UPayCard

UPayCard aims to bridge the gap between FIAT and cryptocurrencies. By providing a platform for storage and spending, UPayCard is an all in one solution, allowing you to store your currencies, and pay/trade currencies, both FIAT and crypto, online via a mobile application or, via a physical pre-paid, payment card. UPayCard have now recently announced the listing of Bitcoin Cash as a part of their latest expansion. This move will see UPayCard customers offered the chance to purchase Bitcoin Cash and pay for items/trade Bitcoin Cash, using one of the many UPayCard interfaces. According to the UPay Card website: “Bitcoin Cash is the latest cryptocurrency to join the growing list of UPayCard’s crypto offerings. Bitcoin Cash brings sound money to the world, fulfilling the original promise of Bit...

Bitcoin Cash Crawling Back To $1,500

Bitcoin Cash has had a little bit of bad luck recently. Bitcoin ABC hard fork promised big things, big things that were seemingly unable to take off due to the terrible market climate that has forced cryptocurrencies downwards for around two weeks now. The negative trend really did take hold of Bitcoin Cash, moving its value down below $1,000.00 for the first time, in some time. This is even more concerning when you consider that a few weeks prior to this, Bitcoin Cash teetered just below $2,000.00, a significant figure for a currency that is trying to work its way back up to its all-time high value, just shy of $4,000.00. $2,000.00 marked that Bitcoin Cash was almost half way back to a recovery of this soaring value. Overall though, the rise of Bitcoin Cash was somewhat short lived. Now, ...

Ripple XRP And Bitcoin Cash Now Live On Revolut

Exciting news for Ripple and Bitcoin Cash this week, as the pair go live on Revolut, meaning that now, investors and traders can buy, hold and sell Ripple and Bitcoin Cash within the Revolut application. As it stands, Revolut already hosted support for Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, therefore this move will see trading between Ripple and Bitcoin Cash added to Revolut’s portfolio, generating the option of trading pairs between Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and 25 FIAT currencies. What exactly is Revolut? Revolut is less a cryptocurrency exchange, nor a wallet, it is essentially a real-world payment solution. The application allows users to integrate full bank account facilities, paired with a physical bank card. Within this, users can spend money abroad, for free (no transaction fees), users can ma...

Bitcoin Cash Tumbles Below $1,000.00

The market has taken another casualty today. Finally, we have seen Bitcoin Cash tumble below $1,000.00 into figures not seen since the middle of April. During April, Bitcoin Cash made incredible progression during the mid-April market surge, progression which saw it break free from the path of Bitcoin and take up new heights on its own. Prior to the surge, Bitcoin Cash seemed to remain steadily at 10% of the value of Bitcoin. When Bitcoin hit $7,000.00, Bitcoin Cash remained at $700.00. The surge in April however saw Bitcoin Cash move on from this imprisonment. Leading up to a period in time where we almost saw Bitcoin Cash hit $2,000.00. As the market downfall took over, Bitcoin Cash remained resilient. This was down to a pending hard fork through Bitcoin ABC, designed to increase the sca...

Bitcoin Cash And EOS Suffering

This current market is going to take casualties, this is an inevitable part of the cryptocurrency markets. As values fall, some currencies will remain afloat, yet others will see huge chunks of value stripped off them. At this point I must state that even though this is the case, it doesn’t mean that the currencies in question can’t make a comeback. In essence, they are only injured and not killed off. At the moment, we are turning to Bitcoin Cash and EOS since the pair seem to be quite heavily affected by the market decline. EOS in particular has been seen as a bit of a market leader recently, with the ability to change the path of the markets. When EOS moves up, the rest of the markets have followed on, indeed, this was the case through April and the start of May. Likewise, when EOS move...

Here’s How The Bitcoin Cash Block Upgrade Works

Last week, we saw Bitcoin Cash execute a hard fork which was designed, in collaboration with Bitcoin ABC, to allow the network to have an increased block size. Blocks have thus been upgraded from 8MB, to 32MB. This of course did trigger some controversy. Ultimately, the upgrade was designed to ensure that going forward, Bitcoin Cash could remain a fast and viable cryptocurrency option, with mainstream adoption in mind. The controversy however, focused on ideas that the upgrade would simply just encourage a slower blockchain, with bigger blocks operating at a slower rate. This however, won’t be the case according to Bitcoin.com: “The software advancement makes blocks big enough to process lots of transactions over time — which gives developers plenty of breathing room to adjust the size if ...

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