Bitcoin Hash Wars, that led to the huge dump in Bitcoin and then led to dumping in all major cryptocurrencies, has finally come to an end, with Calvin Ayre from CoinGeek accepting a defeat. CoinGeek is responsible for mining more than 90% blocks on Bitcoin SV side.
In an article published on CoinGeek, Calvin Ayre says:
It is CoinGeek’s opinion that the two chains are now so far apart and have such divergent plans ahead that there is just no path back to joining them. We also no longer want the name Bitcoin Cash BCH as to us.
Craig Wright threatened the Bitcoin team and also the entire cryptocurrency community that he will destroy all coins and also will keep dumping BTC until he wins the hash war, but now it seems Bitcoin SV knows where they stand.
The article on CoinGeek further reads:
From where CoinGeek sits right now, us permanently splitting the chains by ABC enacting replay protection will give both sides a WIN.
Bitcoin Cash fell a whopping 40% from around $600 to a low of around $200 because of the hash war.
What do you think about the Bitcoin Cash hash wars? Is Faketoshi finally going to leave us alone? Let comments pour in below.
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