The BCH network has begun to pay the price for its decision to abandon Satoshi’s vision of Bitcoin.
The bitter acrimony over the mining tax plan continues, threatening to split the community at a time when BCH is facing multiple challenges.
Jiang Zhuoer, who had re-introduced the idea to BCH, said he would use his personally-owned hashrate to vote against the IFP.
The Infrastructure Funding Plan would divert 5% of BCH miners' block rewards towards supporting projects considered vital to BCH advancement.
Jon Southurst explains why it's important to understand all the issues surrounding the Bitcoin ‘halvening’, including those unique to this year.
The BCH mining tax reform has sparked plenty of criticism from miners, and Roger Ver appears to be publicly taking a backseat to the controversy.
The BCH developer tax plan is bad economics and bad governance perpetrated by the bad actors who took over the BCH protocol, and it is splitting up their community—again.
Its Infrastructure Funding Plan is a pleasant way of describing the mandatory tax ABC developers have decided to impose on the BCH mining community.
BCH, which hasn't seen any big improvement or change to its protocol in recent times, has moved in similar patterns to BSV.
Jiang Zhuoer, CEO of major BCH mining pool BTC.TOP, revised his stance on the controversial miner's tax proposal.
United American Corp. accused the Bitmain camp of colluding to stage a premeditated hostile takeover of the BCH network during the November 2018 hash war.