Category Archives: bitcoin cash

Bitcoin Cash Surpasses Bitcoin’s Absolute Hashpower Over the Past few Hours

There are many interesting developments in the world of Bitcoin right now. It is evident there are some major changes on the horizon. The Bitcoin network is slowing down, causing transaction delays and higher fees. Most miners have moved to Bitcoin Cash due to profitability reasons. If this “flip” would… Read more »

Fork Watch: The Chain With Less Hashrate Could Come to a Screeching Halt

Over the next two weeks, bitcoin proponents from both sides of the scaling debate will be preparing for a possible hard fork. A lot of people believe the Segwit2x fork will be entirely different than August’s bitcoin cash fork, and for good reason. Also read: Satoshi Revolution – Chapter 2: Technology… Read more »

Most Bitcoin Cash Holders Spends Funds Within Six Hours of Receiving it

Now that Bitcoin Cash has been around for a while, the first statistics have come to light. An analysis by Chainalysis paints a pretty interesting picture for BCH. Most of the transaction volume comes from now coins. A lot of BCH is spent within six hours of being held. Not… Read more »

Mining Profitability may Permanently Turn in Favor of Bitcoin Cash

Cryptocurrency miners are always looking for the most profitable coin. For a lot of people, that has been Bitcoin, as far as SHA-256 mining is concerned. As of right now, it is far more profitable to mine Bitcoin Cash. According to Fork Lol, this situation may continue for quite some… Read more »

Preparing for the Bitcoin Hard Forks: A Step-by-Step Walkthrough

At the moment there are two forks planned for the Bitcoin network, and cryptocurrency proponents are curious about taking the best preparations. One fork is called Bitcoin Gold which is scheduled for October 25, while the other hard fork Segwit2x (BTC1) will take place roughly around mid-November or block height… Read more »

Gigablock Testnet Researchers Mine the World’s First 1GB Block

This week Bitcoin Unlimited (BU) chief scientist Peter Rizun revealed the first 1GB block was mined on a Gigablock testnet on October 13. The event marks a milestone for the big block project backed by the University of British Colombia, Nchain, and the Bitcoin Unlimited (BU) development team. Also read: Meet… Read more »