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Business 11 October 2018
Electron Cash wallet open to crowdfunding
Electron Cash lead developer, Jonald Fyookball, has announced that Electron Cash now includes a crowdfunding module that will give users the ability to raise funds using a simple flag, Sighash.
Tech 13 July 2018
CashShuffle’s liquidity bot lets users shuffle transactions—even when no one else is around
Users can now mix their Bitcoin Cash transactions anytime, even when there are no other participants in
Tech 2 July 2018
Jonald Fyookball: SegWit dismantles one of Bitcoin’s primary security mechanisms
As problems with the Lightning Network and the risks of Segregated Witness continue to surface, Jonald Fyookball questions Bitcoin Core development team’s “interesting contradictions.”
Tech 2 July 2018
Electron Cash Wallet now available for iOS devices, more coming soon
Electron Cash developer Jonald Fyookball has indicated that the wallet is now ready for iOS devices, with plans to roll out new services and features in the near future.
Tech 29 June 2018
‘Beyond provably fair’ Chainbet prototype allows on-chain messaging
A group of developers working on the Chainbet project have rolled out a prototype that features on-chain messaging, which allows players to communicate with each other.
Tech 11 June 2018
Beta testing for Electron Cash wallet iOS app nears completion
Electron Cash, the light wallet specifically designed for Bitcoin Cash (BCH), is coming to iOS in June.
Editorial 1 June 2018
Why risk-reward proposition is growing for Bitcoin Cash
The limits to BTC’s scaling potential and the growing acceptance of BCH as the true version of Bitcoin mean BTC has now become the riskier investment, according to Electron Cash creator Jonald Fyookball.
Interviews 18 April 2018
Jonald Fyookball: Electron Cash users ‘go online with a watching-only wallet’
Electron Cash lets users keep private keys—no need to download entire blockchain.
Tech 24 February 2018
Too soon: More testing needed for OP_GROUP
Some members of the dev community are urging caution on the proposal to add OP_GROUP to BCH software.