While the Crypto Crime Cartel is far-reaching, the BCH network is becoming a regular feature in the emerging criminal scandals.
The proposal to subsidize development with a 12.5% cut of miners' block rewards has seen mixed reactions from those inside and outside the BCH community.
Amaury Sechét might already be looking for his next job, and Roger Ver is getting on his teams nerves.
There is already a certain degree of harmonic dissonance among BCH developers, as witnessed by the discussion between Amaury Séchet and Jonathan Toomim.
BCH is still leading the same type of centralized mentality, driven by the whims of only a few individuals and excluding the network on how things are to materialize.
Amaury Séchet has now publicly renounced his membership to one of the core projects that led to the creation of Bitcoin Cash, calling the project a “sad joke.”
On Thursday, a lawsuit was filed in Florida’s Southern District against a group of cryptocurrency heavyweights alleging intentional fraud and market manipulation surrounding the recent Bitcoin Cash BCH update.
The cryptocurrency world was rocked Thursday by the announcement of a huge lawsuit that was launched by United American Corp. (UAC) against a large number of Bitcoin Cash BCH supporters.
Bitmain, its co-founder Jihan Wu, along with his “team of conspirators” including Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver, ABC lead developer Amaury Sechet, Kraken and its CEO, Jesse Powell, will have a lot to answer for. On Thursday, a lawsuit was filed before the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida accusing the group of fraud and market manipulation.