In a recent article published, billionaire speculator and Bitcoin Cash SV [BCH SV] supporter Calvin Ayre has declared that the coin “no longer wants the name Bitcoin Cash [BCH].”
Posted on Calvin own crypto media outlet CoinGeek, the statement claims that BitcoinCashSVwouldexistseparatelyfrom Bitcoin Cash [BCH], andthe coin isreallythe “original” Bitcoin [BTC]. Adding further he said:
“Bitcoin SVis theoriginal Bitcoin [BTC] notthe originalBitcoinCash [BCH].”
The authorconjointlyaccuses supporters ofeachBitcoin [BTC],thathe refers to as “Segwit BTC”within thearticle, and BitcoinCashof getting“tinkered it [Bitcoin] to death.” Namely,perCalvin, Bitcoin [BTC] and Bitcoin Cash [BCH]ABC–that presentlyhas regained the title of BitcoinCash [BCH]– have “abandoned Bitcoin’s core principles by abandoning Nakamotoagreementand trust in miners’ PoW [Proof Of Work].”
Calvin concludes stating that he hopes that moving forward as a separate coin “can bethe priorityof this episode”whichhe hasoutlined tohis team as “startoperatingwith everyone” tounleashBitcoin Cash [BCH] SV asan independentcoin from Bitcoin Cash.
The recenthardfork, or update, of the BitcoinCash [BCH]network divided the community into2main factions, those people who support BitcoinCash [BCH]SVand peoplewho support BitcoinCashABC,thatobtainto update the networkin numerousways. A third,supposed“neutral” camp, dubbed Bitcoin Unlimited, wasconjointlyformed.
BitcoinCash ABCwas since last week reportedly able tosurpassBitcoin Cash [BCH] SV in terms of hashrate, winning itselfthe rightto keep upthe BitcoinCash [BCH]brand.As thedirtsettles post fork, crypto wallets and exchanges are announcing their support for,similarlyas warnings around, thecompetitivecoins,afterseveralhadtemporarilysuspended Bitcoin Cash [BCH]tradingand withdrawals.
Recently as per an article published by EtherDesk, major hardwarewalletLedger announced that it had resumed Bitcoin Cash [BCH]trading“inthe shapeof” BCHABC.
BitcoinCash [BCH]is presently trading at a price of $210.045 USD which is 27.43% higher than yesterday.