A new cryptocurrency representing a hard-forked version of Bitcoin, different from it in the blocksize limits
Bitcoin Cash, the hard-forked version of Bitcoin, is now about a week old. It's not a surprise that it's always difficult to find use cases for a currency which only exists for a little period of time. Thus, very fer merchants accept it right now.
Is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen
However, an innovative Australian startup that allows its users to pay bills with Bitcoin, Living Room of Satoshi now has enough courage to do it.
Thus, Australian Living Room of Satoshi is the first major company to let its users pay bills with Bitcoin Cash.
Australian Living Room of Satoshi
It seems that the users have already used the service to pay their bills:
I paid my car registration yesterday with this, using btc though, HODL my btcc :)
suchhodler on reddit.com
Distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks
It is obvious that the majority of companies wants the Bitcoin Cash network to stabilize first. However, transaction fees are a lot lower compared to Bitcoin, which was to be expected in the beginning.
Probably, if Living Room of Satoshi's transactions go successfully, other services will start accepting Bitcoin Cash too.