Taal Distributed Information Technologies Inc. announced that it is not in favour of, and will not support, the newly-announced proposal to cause mining operations active on the Bitcoin Cash (“BCH”) blockchain to pay a 12.5% contribution on earned rewards.
BCH had "won" the hash war yet it was BSV ramping up and gaining momentum. Why? BSV had marketing power, resources, good ideas, patents and talented developers... and Satoshi Nakamoto himself.
Although the paths of BSV and ABC’s BCH now seem to be pretty clear, the story of Bitcoin is far from over. With more businesses coming on board and new use cases proving its utility every day, there’s a bright future for Bitcoin SV.
BTC was already suffering from its inability to recognize how large block sizes could work on the blockchain, resulting in the birth of Bitcoin Cash (BCH)—but even this wasn’t an ideal solution and ultimately resulted in the second death of Bitcoin.
In his November 2018 post, republished from Medium, Bitcoin developer Unwriter shares his thoughts on the hash war why BCH is no longer sound money.
The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network reportedly came under attack recently, leading to a tidal wave of questions and concerns about the blockchain’s stability.
Amaury Sechét might already be looking for his next job, and Roger Ver is getting on his teams nerves.
By all appearances, Bitcoin Cash is in a death spiral, forcing them to now beg for money for future development.
Bitcoin.com have announced a new trading platform, but it already looks like it will only be used by those who are avoiding the government.
The Bitcoin Cash network underwent its planned hard fork upgrade on May 15, but things aren’t going as planned.
There is already a certain degree of harmonic dissonance among BCH developers, as witnessed by the discussion between Amaury Séchet and Jonathan Toomim.