It’s less than 10 hours now since the first Bitcoin Cash (BCH) block was mined, signalling the official confirmation of the fork. So, what has the reaction been like among traders?
At 6.14pm UTC, a bitcoin miner mined the first Bitcoin Cash block, making the highly-publicised split official. Since then, four more blocks have been mined. So, what now?
It’s D-Day for Bitcoin. After tonight, at approximately 10:20pm AEST according to our calculations, Bitcoin will split for good — leaving us with Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCC).
If you feel a little hesitant, I don’t blame you. But you shouldn't dismiss crypto as untenable or as the playground of scammers and criminals.
A historic moment is coming for bitcoin. And that historic moment will arrive next Tuesday. It will all come down to whether or not bitcoin will fork.
How might this future using bitcoin look? Well here’s an example. And it’s the way I see the future of bitcoin playing out.
It finally happened. The big bad Securities and Exchange Commission finally took aim at the crypto markets…except it was more of a warning shot.
You probably already know that an initial public offering (IPO) is when a company goes public for the first time and raises money by selling their shares. Well, what about an initial coin offering (ICO)?
After a strong rise last Thursday on news that a hard fork had likely been averted for now, bitcoin has reversed some of those gains and is sitting at $3,217 at time of writing.
Actually, with a bit of explanation it’s not that hard to understand. And today I’m quickly going to outline a little bit about the ‘other’ ethereum, Ethereum Classic (ETC).