Bitcoin Cash 3 possibilites that can happen during the bitcoin cash hardfork Published 5 months ago on November 15, 2018 By Layla Harding Share Tweet As the bitcoin cash hardfork is coming closer, investors and traders are worried about which cryptocurrency would perform better in terms of investment: BCHABC or BCHSV? BCHSV performed quite good yesterday but fell down towards $170 just a few hours before the bitcoin cash hardfork. The BCHABC is currently trading above $290 while BCH trades around $436. Graig Wright’s new version BCHSV has just 182 nodes for running against 1103 nodes of BCHABC. Here are 5 possibilities to keep in mind while the bitcoin cash hardfork happens: 1. The death of BCH: BCH becoming a cryptocurrency with two different ledgers. Right now, there is nobody who is certain about which of the two new cryptocurrencies would survive. 2. One coin may surrender over the other: The ongoing hash wars may end if one of the blockchains surrenders over the other. There is no certainty as to which of the chains would produce the longer chain. Some Cryptocurrency Exchanges are accepting BCHABC while others are accepting BCHSV. A specific timeframe does not exist as to decide which of the chains would be longer than the other. 3. Both Versions Survive: There are possibilities that both of the new versions of the Bitcoin Cash can survive. The BCHSV believers seem to believe that BCHSV will pose as the original Bitcoin Cash. Also, BCHABC believers may not accept their defeat which could end up in creating a new cryptocurrency in which case, the owners of the original Bitcoin Cash would be entitled 2 new cryptocurrencies. 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Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website #Bitcoin SV Bitcoin SV Miners facing huge losses since Hard Fork: Bitmex Published 5 days ago on April 14, 2019 By Layla Harding Since the hard fork of Bitcoin Cash which split the chain into two: Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin Cash ABC back in November last year, the Bitcoin SV miners have been facing massive amounts of losses that amount to more than $2.2 million in order to keep the network secure. The major contributor of the Bitcoin SV mining operations is conducted by Calvin Ayre. Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork: Bitcoin Cash went through a hard fork last year with the two teams fighting over the technical direction of the blockchain. The two teams led by Roger Ver, one of the earliest known bitcoin investors and Craig Wright, commonly known as Faketoshi for claiming himself to be Satoshi Nakamoto fought each other for disagreement on the size of the blocks of BCH or Bitcoin Cash. Craig Wright had the aim of increasing the size limit of the blocks and thus forked Bitcoin Cash in order to create a new blockchain called Bitcoin SV. Bitcoin SV Miners Facing Huge Losses: As Bitcoin SV works on a proof-of-work consensus, the miners need to keep mining the blocks in order to support the chain against more than 50% attack, even if they keep facing losses. If the miners had stopped mining the Bitcoin SV chain, the value would have suffered badly. Also both the founder of Bitcoin SV, Craig Wright and the largest miner, Calvin Ayre are believed to own a very large sum of Bitcoin SV which helped them in continuing the mining operations and securing the network. According to recent research by Bitmex which was published on the 12th of April, miners have been facing huge losses that amount to over $2.2 million. The following amount is estimated for just the electricity cost this is used to mine Bitcoin SV. If we take into account other mining expenses such as the overhead cost, employee cost as well as the depreciation of assets, the total amount shall be even more than $2.2 million. Bitcoin Cash ABC Miners making profits: On the other hand, miners of the 2nd chain i.e. Bitcoin Cash ABC have been making a good amount of profits since the hard fork which equals to almost $42.4 million. Based on our estimates and current coin prices, since the November 2018 split, Bitcoin Cash SV miners have accumulated gross losses of US$2.2m (a negative gross profit margin of 12%). This is accounting for mining electricity costs onlyhttps://t.co/U9hbK4peip pic.twitter.com/LE5elvKDge — BitMEX Research (@BitMEXResearch) April 12, 2019 Calvin Ayre: The largest Bitcoin SV miner A report from CoinDance, a cryptocurrency statics provider shows that CoinGeek, a company owned by Calvin Ayre controls more than 28% of the total mining operations of Bitcoin SV. However, it is still uncertain why other 72% of the miners are still mining Bitcoin Satoshi Vision at a loss rather than mining Bitcoin Cash ABC or Bitcoin. The report also shows that mining Bitcoin SV is not at all profitable and does not make any sense. Continue Reading #Bitcoin SV Anthony Pompliano: Every exchange should delist Bitcoin SV on 1st May Published 6 days ago on April 13, 2019 By Layla Harding Anthony Pompliano, the co-founder of Morgan Creek Digital is asking all major crypto exchanges to delist Bitcoin SV from their platform on the 1st of May as a denial of the claim of Craig Wright (Faketoshi) and Calvin Ayre for saying that bitcoin SV is the real bitcoin. Delist Bitcoin SV: Anthony Pompliano: Anthony Pompliano recently posted a tweet stating that all cryptocurrency exchanges should remove Bitcoin SV from their platform on the 1st of May in a harmony for Bitcoin. Every exchange should delist BSV simultaneously on May 1st in a sign of solidarity behind the only Bitcoin that ever mattered. This community is the responsibility of the people. Sometimes we must do the hard thing, not because it is easy, but because it is right.#DelistBSV — Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) April 12, 2019 Due to the ongoing battle between Craig Wright & Calvin Ayre against Hodlonaut who is being threatened by them. Pompliano stated that sometimes hard things have to be done as it is the right thing. Changpeng Zhao against Craig Wright: The CEO of binance, Changpeng Zhao has also shown his concerns against Craig Wright saying that he is not afraid of fighting legal battle against Craig Wright and his company. He stated that he has a number of expensive lawyers by his side and also warned against delisting Bitcoin SV from his exchange if Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre did not stop threatening others, also stating that Craig Wright is surely not the real Satoshi Nakamoto. Craig Wright is not Satoshi. Anymore of this sh!t, we delist! https://t.co/hrnt3fDACq — CZ Binance (@cz_binance) April 12, 2019 Continue Reading #Bitcoin Cash A new logo for Bitcoin Cash? BCH supporters show anger. Published 1 week ago on April 12, 2019 By Joyce Lang Poloniex cryptocurrency exchange which is funded by the Goldman Sachs recently posted a tweet with their own designed logo for BCH and BSV stating that Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV are available for trading on the exchange. Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV are now available for margin trading with a BTC base pair for non-US customers. https://t.co/meUXfq8eQ3 — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) April 11, 2019 A lot of bitcoin cash supporters are showing their anger on different social media platforms such as Twitter and Reddit over the changed logo. 1. Fire your designer. Those are the worst logos I have ever seen. 2. Bitcoin Cash ticker is $BCH and Bitcoin SV ticker is $BSV Do these things and you might be able to actually be a big boy professional company someday. — Brent Rincker (@brentrincker) April 12, 2019 Poloniex Exchange: Poloniex exchange was quite famous in the early days of cryptocurrency when it was the only method of buying Ethereum. However, after the rise of other large cryptocurrency exchanges such as Binance and Kraken, the volumes on Poloniex started to fall down. Later, the exchange was acquired by Circle in 2018 when they mentioned that they are now backed by large venture capital firms including Goldman Sachs. 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