It appears the BCH crowd have skipped the middle man of duping unsuspecting buyers into thinking they are Bitcoin and are now asking for money directly—this time under the guise of a website.
Two years after Bitcoin Independence Day, the BCH camp now faces a further split, and we’ve once again witnessed digital asset exchanges choose sides, Paul Rajchgod writes.
The Bitcoin Cash Node team, backed by Roger Ver and a number of exchanges, is claiming a clear victory in the latest BCH chain split.
Bitcoin is now 12 years old, but it was two years ago that the believers in its original vision decided to break free from those who wanted to hijack it for their own purposes.
After a brutal series of battles in the Bitcoin Civil War, BTC remains unscalable, BCH appears to be ready to split again, and BSV continues to be mined with an open source protocol, no software-enforced block size limit, and an ever-growing absorption of new businesses and use cases.
The wheels of the Roger Ver-led PR machine continue to turn as Coinbase announced it will be supporting BCH in the imminent split between BCH and ABC.
Larry Dean Harmon is accused of willfully failing to properly register Helix and Coin Ninja and willfully failing to implement an effective anti-money laundering program within either business.
When old coins move, digital asset enthusiasts are open to rumours concerning who is behind the transactions and what the implications are.
While the Crypto Crime Cartel is far-reaching, the BCH network is becoming a regular feature in the emerging criminal scandals.
BCH is headed for another messy divorce in November 2020 as the network seeks to officially remove its latest group of heretics.
2020 has placed further scrutiny on the real value of Bitcoin outside of being a speculative asset and whether there is any usefulness in its utility.