Bitcoin Cash to undergo a hardfork

Bitcoin Cash fork: is the new Bitcoin ABC client to come to the market?
23 October 2017   2265

As reported by numerous resources, the hard-forked version of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, is to undergo a  hardfork in order to make a few performance adjustments to the protocol on November 13, 2017. 

Thus, Bitprim’s Juan Garavaglia claims that in preparation for the coming hardfork, he is running tests on different adjustment algorithms for mining difficulty.

The over hyped headlines have already caused a great feedback from the community and even panic, however, Garavaglia clarifies things. According to the man, unlike the previous Bitcoin hard fork that resulted in the creation of Bitcoin Cash, this one has support and is only meant to upgrade the protocol. The algorithm, Garavaglia argues, allows difficulty to adjust faster than every 2016 blocks if miners have issues finding blocks in a timely manner.

The original intention was to allow Bitcoin Cash to survive as a minority chain by avoiding a frozen chain situation where the blocks get too slow.
 

Juan Garavaglia
Bitcoin entrepreneur, Bitprim project

Now, due to the tendency to drop mining difficulty sharply, it's possible to bring a large influx of miners looking for profit, thereby increasing difficulty just as rapidly as it fell.

So we have this situation of extremes where blocks are being mined every minute, or every few hours.  This is not what users want.  Also, Bitcoin Cash is now thousands of blocks ahead of Bitcoin and it is screwing up the coin issuance schedule.
 

Juan Garavaglia
Bitcoin entrepreneur, Bitprim project

Garavaglia also highlights that the Bitcoin ABC developers are in contact with miners and exchanges to ensure a smooth fork. And no, Garavaglia assured, this fork has nothing to do with the upcoming SegWit2X fork.

SBI to Delist Bitcoin Cash

It is also worth noting SBI won't delist Bitcoin SV, which will be delisted by Binance and ShapeShift.
17 April 2019   190

The Japanese exchange SBI Virtual Currencies will delist Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in June Cointelegraph reports.

It is noteworthy that SBI won't delist Bitcoin SV, which will be delisted by Binance and ShapeShift.

Among the main reasons for the delisting of the exchange called the decline in market capitalization of Bitcoin Cash. Also, representatives of the marketplace are convinced that BCH has recently become more at risk of an “attack of 51%.”

This material is not part of the rules for the management system of virtual currency related information of Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Business Association.
 

SBI

In addition, AMB Crypto reports that SBI is dissatisfied with the consequences of hard forks, as a result of which the BSV asset appeared, and Bitcoin Cash cryptocurrency itself has lost a significant part of its value in a short time.

Some users of social networks have expressed the opinion that the true reason for delisting Bitcoin Cash lies in the partnership of the management of the exchange with the company nChain, where Craig Wright, who supports Bitcoin SV, works.

Large exchange OKEx decided not to delist Bitcoin SV too. Moreover, until April 19, the launch of the FloatSV cryptocurrency exchange, created in partnership with OKEx, is expected to be launched, the main asset of which will be Bitcoin SV.