Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Controversy | Roger Ver vs. Craig …

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Hard forks and miss of governance were a outrageous emanate during the arise of cryptocurrency back in late 2017. It seems this hasn’t altered in 2018, as we have just encountered a new Bitcoin Cash hard flare controversy.

Hard forks are compulsory for vast blockchain network updates and need all nodes using the network to switch over to the new sequence at a designated retard number. Unfortunately, not every node using the network agrees with the instruction of the plan and decides to start the possess flare with other nodes—creating a new ‘forked’ sequence and new digital currency.

Hard flare splits in 2017 brought about the digital currencies Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), Monero Classic (XMC), and Monero Original (XMO).

Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Controversy

On Nov 15th, Bitcoin Cash underwent the second scheduled custom upgrade. However, a competing offer emerged that was not concordant with the original roadmap and caused the BCH village to be separate into 3 fractions: Bitcoin ABC, Bitcoin Unlimited, and Bitcoin SV.

Bitcoin ABC represents the regressive proceed to the update, which aims to safety Bitcoin Cash from radical changes. ABC is led by Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com. Bitcoin ABC is also corroborated and represented by Binance, Coinbase, and Bitmain.

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Bitcoin SV, or Satoshi’s Vision, was founded last Friday by a blockchain organisation that is compared with Craig Wright—who has in the past deemed himself as Satoshi Nakamoto and has mostly been mocked by the crypto community. Bitcoin SV seeks to boost the retard size of BCH from 32MB to a max of 128MB in hopes of augmenting the network’s ability and scale.

Bitcoin Unlimited is a neutral flare and the leaders are looking for a concede between Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin ABC, seeking for a opinion between all the miners.

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Currently, Bitcoin ABC has the most support but Craig Wright isn’t subsidy down.

This just shows the need for correct governance and voting within these blockchain projects, because this Bitcoin Cash hard flare debate has turn a circus.

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