Bitcoin Cash

$60 Million Bitcoin And Bitcoin Cash Stolen In Latest Japanese Exchange Hack

Japan, the home of cryptocurrency, or is it now the home of the cryptocurrency hack? Although Japan now has some of the tightest regulations surrounding the operations of cryptocurrency exchanges, it seems these regulations haven’t been enough to stop yet another devastating hack take place, this time, seeing around $60 million stolen in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and MonaCoin from Tech Bureau owned Zaif. Zaif is a cryptocurrency exchange with a trading volume just shy of $72,000,000.00. Active markets within Zaif include Bitcoin, NEM, MonaCoin, Ethereum and of course, Bitcoin Cash. Of course, by all accounts Zaif is not the biggest exchange in Japan, even with this in mind though the exchange is still a hot spot for the exchange of a range of altcoins, with quite a large customer base too. In ...

Abra Wallet Opens Despite BCH Dispute

On Wednesday 12th September, one of the only cryptocurrency wallet applications that supports 28 applications revealed that it is in cooperation with Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash can now be deposited, withdrawn and even stored from the Abra wallet. The platform also added that users can fund their Abra wallet with Bitcoin Cash no matter where you are around the globe. Abra made the announcement on its official Twitter saying: “We are pleased to announce that now you can deposit and withdraw bitcoin cash on Abra! Watch our CEO talk about the announcement and on all things #BCH” Due to creative differences and clashes, Bitcoin Coin was created within the BTC community. currently, some of the most popular supporters of Bitcoin Cash in the blockchain are are the Chief Scientist at nChain, Dr Cra...

Is This The End For Bitcoin Cash?

A big question from today is if Craig Wright is about to bring about the downfall of Bitcoin Cash? Just to prevent you from worrying, Bitcoin Cash isn’t going to physically (or virtually?) die. It’s very unlikely that this could happen. Even Paycoin, the coin created by Josh Garza to scam those unfortunate to be scammed, is still technically kicking. So, if this coin still has somewhat value, Bitcoin Cash surely could keep going for years and years. Bitcoin won’t end in the sense that it will ever hold no value whatsoever or that no one is manning the fort, so to say. But Bitcoin Cash could be on a path which might lead to its ‘functional death’. The big issue with the community is simple – it’s collapsing. This might come as a surprise to many however, for some this might have been expect...

Bitcoin Cash Have Stopped Fighting With Bitcoin Core And Are Turning On Themselves

Bitcoin Cash vs Bitcoin Core seems to have taken a new direction. No longer are the Bitcoin Cash team focusing on wiping out Bitcoin Core, they now seem to be fighting amongst themselves, this time within two mercenary groups, Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin ABC. It’s a mutiny, a civil war and it could lead to some big changes in the way Bitcoin Cash is managed any maintained. So what’s happening? According to Coindesk: “Bitcoin Cash stakeholders seemed unified in their goal of boosting the cryptocurrency’s block size parameter in the hopes of attracting more users and enabling more transactions. But a few cracks started to pop up in this united front over the past year, as bitcoin cash developers had one technical disagreement after another. And a new software release by leading bitcoin cash...

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Likely To Break Descending Channel As Price Finds Support At Trend Line

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is still in a descending channel as the price prepares to test the bottom of this channel that extends all the way back to its all time high. Since the beginning of the correction, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been trading in this descending channel. However, recently the price has found support at the long term trend line and is now likely to break out of this descending channel in the weeks to come. RSI analysis for the BCH/USD weekly chart above suggests that the price has almost bottomed out and that Bitcoin Cash (BCH)’s correction has come to an end. Currently, RSI for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been trading in a triangle since the beginning of this correction. It has now reached the full extent of its movement inside that triangle and is supposed to breakout before September...

Is Roger Ver A Fraudster? Many Still Think So

Bitcoin Jesus and Bitcoin Cash representative, Roger Ver, has been coined as a fraudster once again as a result of his and his websites move to try and deceive new investors into thinking Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin. Now, without getting too deep into the Bitcoin Core vs Bitcoin Cash argument (we’re not on anyone’s side here), we see two clear investment opportunities for new investors, one called ‘Bitcoin’ and one called ‘Bitcoin Cash’. Bitcoin, is valued at around $6,000.00 at the moment, Bitcoin Cash is valued at $500.00 (thereabouts). As a new investors, you choose to invest in whichever you want, based on what you can afford and of course, based on which you think will offer the best returns. What’s the problem here? The problem is that the Bitcoin website, Bitcoin.com shows a cl...

Bitcoin Cash Set To Hard Fork, Again

Bitcoin ABC, a development team behind Bitcoin Cash have announced the full details of the next Bitcoin Cash update (hard fork) set to roll out on the 15th of November 2018. The announcement is so far in advance of the update, as Bitcoin ABC have a responsibility to ensure that people are ready for the update and that none of the technology behind Bitcoin Cash are affected by the roll out. The update is now live and ready to be downloaded and implemented, but as stated, the update won’t actually go live until November. So in essence, if this affects you, download now and forget about it, the rest will happen in good time, automatically. According to the official Bitcoin ABC announcement: “We are pleased to announce that Bitcoin ABC 0.18.0 has been released. You can download it at: https://...

TokenPay Lash Out At Bitcoin Cash; ‘It’s Slow And Expensive’

TokenPay have been on fire recently, making the most of their social media pages to literally lay into their rivals. It’s brave, but if they think they are the best, they might as well try and flaunt it right? After flogging XRP and NEO very recently, TokenPay have now decided to tap into the Bitcoin debate. Not holding back, TokenPay refer to Bitcoin Cash as slow and expensive, but even more insultingly to the Bitcoin Cash community, TokenPay also seem to disregard Bitcoin Cash and hint that in their eyes, Bitcoin Core is the original and real Bitcoin. It’s so complicated, it’s like a family feud behind the scenes at a wedding, one of those feuds that we’re better off keeping out of. Either way, TokenPay aren’t taking any prisoners. According to Ethereum World News, TokenPay have said the...

Vitalik Buterin Backs Bitcoin Cash As THE Adoptable Crypto

Vitalik Buterin, the mastermind behind Ethereum and one of the superstars of the cryptosphere, has recently spoken out about his dream of a commercial landscape for cryptocurrency. In his landscape though, he’s not spending Ethereum, not is he spending Bitcoin, he’s spending Bitcoin Cash. According to reports, Buterin recently spoke out at a small event at Berkeley, during which he discussed the state of Ethereum and of course, his thoughts on the future of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. One of his main focuses (as many know) is this idea that the future for cryptocurrency lies within open regulations that are designed to protect users and protect crypto, whilst allowing people to spend it freely. It seems that Buterin believes Bitcoin Cash is the best currency for this. Perhaps...

Ouch, BTC Falls, ETH, XRP And BCH Crash, It’s A Bad Day For Crypto

It’s a bad day for crypto. The markets have crashed and are leaving behind empty shells that were once filled with value and optimism. We had hoped for August to be a truly positive month, helping us regain the losses encountered over the past few months. The truth though – August is looking to be the most negative month we have experienced since the boom. Values are down and crypto is falling. I suppose though there is one good thing to take from all of this, values are low. The markets will recover from this collapse, that’s for sure. The thing is – we can’t tell when or how things will pick up again. Therefore as investors, all we can do is simply watch from the distance. Keep an eye on your assets and watch how they perform. Watch the headlines for signs of a bull run and k...

Bitcoin Core Developer Could Have Wiped Bitcoin Cash From Existence

According to reports out last week, a lone Bitcoin Core developer found a huge vulnerability on the Bitcoin Cash network back in April, one that could have been used to cause some serious damage to Bitcoin Cash. Now, before I continue, let’s just remember that there’s a lot of tension between Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Cash, with both claiming to be the ‘original Bitcoin’, therefore, being presented with an opportunity like this could have been a bit of a goldmine for the developer in question. Instead, Cory Fields, Bitcoin Core developer, used the information to inform the Bitcoin Cash development team so give them the opportunity to implement a fix, before a hacker gained access to the network. What happened here? Fields has taken to Medium to upload his side of the story. On the 25th of A...

Leading National Television Provider Moves To Accept Bitcoin Cash Payments

Dish, is one of the leading satellite television providers in the United States. They provide TV broadcasting services to around 13.7 million customers and internet connection services to around 580 customers. With an estimated revenue of $14.391 billion in 2017, they can be considered a major player in the satellite TV industry. In 2014, Dish made a stunning move which saw the company start to accept Bitcoin payments from their customers. This was indeed one of the first examples of mass Bitcoin adoption that gave a large number of people access to a cryptocurrency based payment option. Due to the popularity of their Bitcoin service and of course, due to the rise in altcoins, Dish have decided to partner with BitPay in a move that will allow the company to also start to accept Bitcoin Cas...

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