When Bitcoin Cash (BCH) conducted its hard fork last November, Bitcoin SV (BSV) emerged as the only cryptocurrency that understood, and followed, the original design of cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin SV (BSV) is continuing to develop the blockchain in accordance with what cryptocurrency was meant to be – a peer-to-peer digital currency – in an effort to ensure that crypto fulfills its reason for existence.
Since the Nov 15th Bitcoin BCH hard fork, the Bitcoin ABC developers seems doing what Bitcoin SV supporters had feared – throwing everything they can at the network.
nChain Group CEO Jimmy Nguyen warns of legal risks of adding a new opcode to Bitcoin BCH -- OP_CHECKDATASIG (or OP_DATASIGVERIFY) -- not contained in the original Satoshi protocol.
Bitcoin BCH mining operation reports a number of blocks measuring 32MB were mined during recent stress test, demonstrating network's capacity to handle massive amounts of simultaneous transactions.
nChain chief scientist Dr. Craig Wright warns that certain individuals appear to want to criminalize the Bitcoin BCH blockchain through the DSV OP_Code.
The same concern is being raised over the OP_CHECKDATASIG, or DSV, op_code for Bitcoin BCH. The opcode allows for the integration of a third-party oracle—one that exists outside of the blockchain—that can publish prices for use in wagers of any type, including on the movement of Bitcoin BCH.