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Bitcoin Cash Supporters Prepare for the Network's Next Six Months

It’s been six months since the inception of the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network, and the decentralized currency’s infrastructure continues to grow. Over the past week, there’s been many new announcements surrounding the BCH chain and its ecosystem.

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Six Months In, the Bitcoin Cash Network Celebrates a Successful Hard Fork and Address Serialization Change

Six months have passed since the birth of the cryptocurrency bitcoin cash, and so far the protocol and economy continues to thrive despite the coin’s adversaries. Since the August 1st hard fork that produced the network, there’s been over 36,000 blocks mined, and the BCH chain is 8406 blocks ahead of the core chain. The Bitcoin Cash network recently had a successful hard fork which changed the protocol’s difficulty algorithm, and has kept mining profitability more consistent ever since the implementation. At 12.76 percent of the core chain’s difficulty, BCH is currently 5.6 percent more profitable to mine than BTC. Additionally this month BCH wallet providers and businesses implemented a new address format making it very difficult to send BCH to a BTC address.

Bitcoin Cash Supporters Prepare for the Network's Next Six Months

Bitcoin Cash Compatible Bitcoin Unlimited 1.2.0.1 Released, While Kucoin Exchange Launches BCH Trading Pairs

Bitcoin Cash Supporters Prepare for the Network's Next Six Months Lots of infrastructure and support was added to the BCH ecosystem over the Read More Here