There are five reasons why BSV token price is low despite the organic demand, according to Joshua Henslee who also notes three things that can change the direction of BSV.
Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright and BSV Infrastructure Technical Director Steve Shadders had an in-depth conversation around the Bitcoin white paper during the third BSV DevCon China 2021.
While BitMart claimed the attackers withdrew $150 million in various tokens, the independent blockchain security and analytics firm PeckShield said the losses are closer to $200 million.
Steve Shadders sits down with Connor Murray to discuss his journey into BSV, the latest BSV node software release, block re-org attack attempts, and block reward mining.
This week, Kurt Wuckert Jr. returns to CoinGeek Weekly Livestream with an Ask Me Anything episode, featuring a timely discussion on the malicious attack on the BSV network in July.
It’s worth noting that other networks like BTC have had double spends and reorgs as well in the past without compromising funds of network participants.
As demand for capacity on the mainnet continues to grow, miners have signaled that they intend to raise the block size ‘hard cap’ setting on their node to 2 GB. The change is set on August 13, 2021 at 13:00 (UTC).
Bitcoin Association and the Bitcoin SV Infrastructure Team recommends that honest node operators mark the illegal chains initiated by the attacker as invalid.
Double spends do not necessarily make for a problem, as some of the quoted “experts” have pointed out, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Bitcoin Association answers the most commonly asked questions about the July 2021 block withholding/re-organization attack on the BSV network.
Given the nature of the illegal attacks being carried out, it is in the best interests of the entire blockchain and digital currency industry to halt the illegal activity as quickly as possible.