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After a production of a digital currency from bitcoin called Bitcoin cash, Currently, there’s been a total of twelve BCH blocks mined so far as two mining pools have been dedicating resources to the forked chain. Amidst the historical cryptocurrency split of bitcoin ,its price has consistently remained stable at roughly $2700. Meanwhile, BCH has been trading at around $475-590 per token beating out litecoin in market capitalization. Every exchange trading so far has had different prices per BCH producing significant spreads between each trading platform. According to popular market cap data sites like Coinmarketcap.com and Coincap.io Bitcoin Cash is the third highest valued market. Many Japanese exchanges announced on august first of supporting BCH trading as well over the next few days.Further, the currency is seeing over $129 million in 24-hour trades and is holding the fourth highest trading volume across global cryptocurrency markets. So far the currency is paired with currencies like CNY, USD, EUR, Bitcoin (BTC), Tether (USDT), and even Doge.


what happens now ?

Everyone who has bitcoin before the official launching of bitcoin cash on August 1st at 18:24:41 UTC (GMT) theoretically has access to the same number of Bitcoin cash. The current price at the time of writing was US$358 per bitcoin cash. This was about 20% of the price of Bitcoin, which was trading at US$2,715. Given that the two may have different characteristics and their price will start moving independently fairly quickly, having two different bitcoins should not be a headache to casual investors. Bitcoin cash seems to be gathering momentum since its launch having backers supporting it. Whether there will be an eventual winner will depend on how the changes actually work in practice and for that, we will have to wait and see.


What's actually going on?

Key miners and developers of bitcoin agreed last week to adopt a new way of operating the cryptocurrency. since the technology is open source, changes are made to its underlying code if agreed by a consensus of users. The new technology, called Segwit2x,which have been rivaled by a system called bitcoin cash which was launched on tuesday,has gradually been adopted by key players in recent days and appeared to avert a “civil war” over how to move forward.

Is technology changing?

Bitcoin is struggling to cope with a recent surge in popularity that has seen its price jump from about £750 at the start of the year to over £2,000 now.This has led to a boom in the number of bitcoin transactions that the existing technology is struggling to cope with. Bitcoin transaction is completed when a when a “block” is added to the blockchain database that underpins the currency.At peak times bitcoin transactions can take hours to be fulfilled, inhibiting the currency because at present, blocks are limited to 1MB every 10 minutes - or seven transactions per second. This compares to 2,000 per second for Visa Segwit2x and Bitcoin Cash being the two rival proposals are both seeking to solve this problem in two different ways.

what differs?

To allow more transaction to take place, Segwit2x have propose to move some of bitcoin's transaction data outside of the block to a parallel track.After that happens, blocks would double in size some time in November. While Segwit2x propose the above, bitcoin cash does not rather the want to increase the size of each to 8MB.Its backers are sceptical that the Segwit2x plan will follow through with doubling the block size later on.


On tuesday afternoon, an event known as the HARD FORK divided the virtual currencies online community thereby bringing a split in bitcoin. A disagreement arose amongst bitcoin major backers on its way forward which led to two competing strands. Traders are still unsure on what will happen next but the cryptocurrency price fell around 4pc to around $2,700 (£2,000) after the fork, while the predicted price of Bitcoin cash rose from just over $200 to about $370.


As reported earlier today, Bitcoin Cash miners initiated the beginning of the fork on August 1 at 12:37 p.m. UTC at block height 478558. Now, six hours later Viabtc mined the first Bitcoin Cash block (nr 478559) at 6:14 pm GMT. This was followed by the second block (nr 478560) that was also mined by the mining pool Viabtc.

Also read: Fork Watch: BCH — The Ghost in the Exchange — Mostly

Bitcoin Cash is Born The Bitcoin Cash blockchain has successfully split away from the legacy chain as of block 478559. The block was mined by the China-based mining pool Viabtc at 2:14 pm EDT (6:14 GMT) and the pool also found the next block 478560 shortly after. The first Bitcoin Cash block was 1915175 Bytes or 1.9 MB in size, holding 6,985 transactions. This is much larger than BTC’s 1MB limit and approx. 3,000 transaction throughput. The mining pool Viabtc also wrote in the block’s Coinbase data “Welcome to the world.” The organization also showed excitement via Twitter stating;

Welcome to the world, Shuya Yang! And Bitcoin cash! Fork Watch: First Bitcoin Cash Block Mined Clears Over 6K Transactions Block #478559 the first official Bitcoin Cash block mined on August 1, 2017, at 2:14 pm EDT. Bitcoin Cash Network Sees a Hashrate Increase, but a Swift Drop in Price Bitcoin Cash prices have dropped significantly since this morning’s high of $400 to a low of $220 at the time of writing. The price of BTC seems unfazed by the first blocks found and is still hovering around the $2740 range. Throughout forums and social media, everyone is talking about the fork. Of course, big blockers are celebrating the split while small blockers are waiting to see something bad happen.

Fork Watch: First Bitcoin Cash Block Mined Clears Over 6K Transactions

At the moment the Bitcoin Cash hashrate is growing slowly and is currently operating at 247 PH/s or 3.9% of the BTC network hashrate. So far, at press time, five blocks total have been mined on the Bitcoin Cash network. will be sure to follow the split events closely so our readers can be informed every step of the way.


On August 1st the Bitcoin fork called “Bitcoin Cash” or “BCC” will likely be introduced. For more information about BCC, Contact Us.

If the fork is successful you will automatically have the equivalent amount of BCC as the amount of BTC stored in your ZuPago.pe wallet. At the moment, the ZuPago.pe wallet does not support making transactions with Bitcoin Cash nor displaying a separate balance for it. We are, however, offering a tool to allow users to extract Bitcoin Cash from the ZuPago.pe wallet using the PDF wallet backup

What is Bitcoin Cash?
Bitcoin Cash is peer-to-peer electronic cash for the Internet. It is fully decentralized, with no central bank and requires no trusted third parties to operate.

Is Bitcoin Cash different from 'Bitcoin'?
Yes.  Bitcoin Cash is the continuation of the Bitcoin project as peer-to-peer digital cash.  It is a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain ledger, with upgraded consensus rules that allow it to grow and scale.

If I own Bitcoin, do I automatically own Bitcoin Cash too?
Yes.  Because Bitcoin Cash is a fork of the ledger, that means you own the same amount of Bitcoin Cash as you did Bitcoin at the time of the forking block.  However, if your Bitcoins are stored by a third party such as an exchange, then you must inquire with them about your cash.

How is transaction replay being handled between the new and the old blockchain?
Bitcoin Cash transactions use a new flag SIGHASH_FORKID, which is non standard to the legacy blockchain.  This prevents Bitcoin Cash transactions from being replayed on the Bitcoin blockchain and vice versa.

Why was a fork necessary to create Bitcoin Cash?
The legacy Bitcoin code had a maximum limit of 1MB of data per block, or about 3 transactions per second.  Although technically simple to raise this limit, the community could not reach a consensus, even after years of debate.

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