Bisq Decentralized Exchange Drops Bitcoin Cash, Denounces Hash War

Bisq Decentralized Exchange Drops Bitcoin Cash, Denounces Hash War

Bisq, a major decentralized exchange, has announced that it is dropping support for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) as part of its latest update. Unlike some decentralized exchanges, which often trade minor tokens, Bisq has always focused on supporting leading coins. Now, one major cryptocurrency will no longer be available to users.

The removal is a direct result of the recent Bitcoin Cash hard fork, which left the coin’s mining community divided. Many leading exchanges temporarily delisted Bitcoin Cash during the fork, but quickly restored the coin once a dominant faction (Bitcoin ABC) emerged. The fork has concluded, and Bitcoin Cash is now offered on most exchanges once again — although it is trading at a much lower price than it once was.

Bisq, however, does not see eye-to-eye with those major exchanges, and it relies on community opinion to decide which coins are included on the exchange. Last week, Bisq Founder Manfred Karrer began a thread in which he expressed contempt for Bitcoin SV, a Bitcoin Cash faction that has filed lawsuits against the dominant faction, Bitcoin ABC. Karrer wrote:

“Those lunatics from the BCH [SV] camp are starting to [sue] exchanges who listed BCH (Kraken). I think now the time has come to cut any connection with those scammers. If you support that proposal please add a thumbs up.”

Karrer also criticized the hash war, in which each faction is attempting to mine more blocks than the other in order to gain control of the Bitcoin Cash blockchain:

“BCH has created so much damage and their hash-war is probably the main reason for the current price crash in BTC. So that all sums up more then enough reason to not support anything related to BCH in any way.”

Within a day, the removal had received overwhelming support, with 44 upvotes and zero downvotes. Many users stated concern about the possibility of a 51% attack on Bitcoin Cash and the coin’s declining value. Others expressed distrust in market cap rankings, which allegedly make Bitcoin Cash appear to be more significant than it actually is.

Nevertheless, there was tempered support for Bitcoin Cash. One Bisq user argued that it is “bold to remove a top 5 cap currency” from the exchange. Another claimed that it is “not a good idea to take sides” in general. However, these responses did not persuade the community to continue its support for the coin.

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It should be noted that Bisq has doubled back on related decisions in the past. When Bitcoin Cash was first released in August 2017, Karrer and the Bisq community stated that they would not include the coin in the exchange. Bisq nevertheless added support for the coin a few months later.

Whether Bisq’s decision to remove Bitcoin Cash will last permanently remains to be seen. Although the discussion was heated, the decision was made quite hastily. It is possible that an effort to reintroduce Bitcoin Cash to Bisq will take place, or that a forked version of Bisq that supports the coin will be created.

In any case, the Bisq proceedings are certainly part of a larger division that has formed in the crypto community. The conflict shows no signs of dying down any time soon, and whether Bitcoin Cash will be able to maintain its high-ranking position in the aftermath of the fork is still uncertain.

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Crypto Market Update: Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Cash, Tron (TRX), ADA Price Analysis

Key Points

  • The total crypto market cap failed to gain pace and declined below $100.00B.
  • Stellar (XLM) price declined more than 6% and broke the $0.120 support.
  • Bitcoin cash price fell sharply by around 10% and broke the $90 support.
  • Tron (TRX) is still stuck above the $0.0130 support level.
  • Cardano (ADA) price declined once again below $0.0300 and it may slide further.

Bitcoin cash declined heavily and broke the $95 and $90 supports. Stellar (XLM), Tron (TRX) and Cardano (ADA) are currently under pressure and they may slide further.

Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis

During the past few hours, there was a sharp increase in selling pressure on bitcoin cash below the $95 support. BCH/USD declined more than 10% and traded below the $90 support. If the current decline extends, the price may slide further towards the $85 support.

If there is an upside correction, the price may find resistance near the $90 and $92 levels. On the flip side, a break below $85 may push the price towards $80.

Stellar (XLM), Tron (TRX) and ADA Price Analysis

Stellar price declined below the $0.1200 support area to move into a bearish zone. XLM is down more than 6% and it seems to be approaching the $0.1000 support area. On the upside, the previous support at $0.1200 may now act as a resistance.

Tron price remained stable and there was no major decline below the $0.0130 support. TRX price seems to be preparing for the next crucial break either above the $0.0150 level or below $0.0120.

Cardano price failed to stay above the $0.0300 support and declined recently. ADA price is down around 4% and it could extend the current decline towards the $0.0290 or $0.0285 support level.

Crypto Market Cap Total

Looking at the total cryptocurrency market cap hourly chart, there was a sharp bearish reaction near the $106.00B level and a bearish trend line. The market cap declined sharply and even spiked below the $100.00B level. It seems like the crypto market is under a lot of bearish pressure and the market cap could even decline below $98.00B, sparking more losses in Bitcoin, Ethereum, monero, stellar, ripple, and other altcoins in the near term.

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Is Bitcoin ABC the Real Bitcoin Cash? OKEx Thinks So!

Is Bitcoin ABC the Real Bitcoin Cash? OKEx Thinks So!

OKEx has officially taken sides in the Bitcoin Cash hash war. According to an official statement made by the Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange today, it will list Bitcoin Cash ABC under the original Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ticker.

Bitcoin ABC Wins with OKEx

The statement reads:

“We will change the ticker of Bitcoin Cash ABC from BCHABC to BCH, and that of Bitcoin Cash SV from BCHSV to BSV at 5am Dec 13, 2018 (CET, UTC +1). At the same time, spot trading of BCHABC and BCHSV will also be suspended. All remaining balance of the original BCH will be settled, and the asset will be removed from your account.”

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The Bitcoin Cash hard fork split took place on November 15th and caused a lot of drama within the cryptocurrency community. In addition to the drama, coins began falling at a rapid rate as investors lost confidence.

From the beginning, Bitcoin ABC has been supported by a number of the major cryptocurrency exchanges. Bitcoin ABC is led by Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com. The more conservative upgrade to the Bitcoin Cash protocol was supported by Coinbase, Binance, and Bitmain from the beginning. Gemini, the cryptocurrency exchange owned by the Winklevoss twins, also voiced it would only support Bitcoin ABC.

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Its competitor, Bitcoin SV, was founded by Craig Wright. Bitcoin SV was the more radical protocol upgrade and increased the block size of BCH from 32MB to 128 MB. Craig Wright named the upgrade Bitcoin SV or ‘Satoshi’s Vision’ because he believes it is what the original Bitcoin (BTC) was meant to be. Wright has claimed in the past that he is the originator of the Bitcoin whitepaper released in 2008 and has been called ‘Faketoshi’ by the crypto community.

Bitcoin Cash ABC has claimed victory. CoinMarketCap, the world’s most used cryptocurrency index, has even kept Bitcoin ABC’s movement under the original Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ticker. Sorry, Faketoshi.

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Crypto Market Update: Tezos Gets Huobi Listing, EOS Flips Bitcoin Cash

FOMO Moments

Crypto markets are still in decline; Bitcoin Cash, SV, still dropping, Tezos bounces back.

Crypto markets are still on the floor today as there has been no sign of even a minor recovery. The bears have kept the pressure on and prices are still sinking as total market capitalization continues to fall below $110 billion.

Bitcoin has slid back again falling close to $3,400, down 3% or so from a high of $3,530 it reached yesterday. BTC is down 11% from the same time last week when it traded above $3,800 and is dangerously close to hitting another 2018 low.

Ethereum is still flat with very little going on as it remains just below $90 for another day. The top ten is mostly in the red but losses are much smaller than previously. Bitcoin Cash has taken the biggest hit again of 3% as it slides into oblivion below $100. This has enabled EOS to flip it and take sixth spot with a minor gain on the day to $1.90. There has been very little movement for the rest of the altcoins in this section.

The top twenty is a mixed bunch of half red half green. Dash, Zcash and Nem are still falling back slightly but the big mover at the moment here is Tezos which has jumped 6% on the day. A listing on Huobi Global yesterday is driving momentum for XTZ.

There are a couple of altcoins in the top one hundred getting a dose of fomo at the moment and they include TenX climbing 17% followed by Bitcoin Private and DEX up 14%, Waves also in double figures. Getting bashed today is Revain and Factom both losing around 12% at the time of writing.

Total crypto market capitalization has shrunk again today, falling marginally to $108 billion. Around $4 billion has been lost over the past few hours as markets did make a minor recovery late yesterday. Since the same time last week crypto markets have lost 12% and the downward pressure is still strong.

FOMO Moments is a section that takes a daily look at the top 20 altcoins during the current trading session and analyses the best performing ones, looking for trends and possible fundamentals.

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Crypto Market Update: EOS, Bitcoin Cash, Tron (TRX), ADA Price Analysis

Key Points

  • The total crypto market cap broke the key resistance level near $105.00B.
  • EOS price is up around 3%, but it is still trading below the $2.00 resistance.
  • Bitcoin cash price is currently consolidating just below the $100 resistance area.
  • Tron (TRX) remained confined in a tight range above the $0.0130 support.
  • Cardano (ADA) price moved back above $0.0300 and gained close to 3% recently.

The total crypto market cap moved higher recently above a key resistance. Bitcoin, Ethereum and altcoins like EOS, Tron (TRX) and Cardano (ADA) may perhaps climb higher in the near term.

Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis

Bitcoin cash price failed to stay above the $100 level and it recently declined more than 3%. BCH/USD traded towards the $98 support and it is currently consolidating losses. If there are more losses, the price could test the $95 support in the near term.

On the upside, the price must gain strength above the $100 and $105 resistance levels. Above $105, the next key resistance for buyers is near the $110 level.

EOS, Tron (TRX) and ADA Price Analysis

After a sharp decline, EOS price found support near the $1.50-1.60 area. Later, the price recovered above $1.75, but it seems to be struggling near the $1.95 and $2.00 resistance levels. Today, it climbed around 3.5%, but a break above $2.00 is needed for a sustained bullish bias.

Tron price surprisingly remained confined in a tight range above the $0.0130 support. Buyers are struggling to break the $0.0135 level and sellers are finding it difficult to break the $0.0130 support zone.

Cardano price survived and moved back above the $0.0300 resistance. ADA price is currently up around 2.5% and it could continue to move higher towards the $0.0310 and $0.0315 resistance levels.

Crypto Market Cap Total

Looking at the total cryptocurrency market cap hourly chart, there was a break above a major bearish trend line with resistance near the $105.00B level. The market cap climbed higher, but it failed near the 50% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the $115.09B to $102.05B. It is currently moving lower, but sooner or later, there could be a fresh upward move. Therefore, there are chances of a short term recovery in Bitcoin, Ethereum, litecoin, ripple, and other altcoins in the near term.

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Crypto Exchange OKEx Relists Bitcoin ABC Under Original Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Ticker

Another major cryptocurrency exchange has announced that they deem recent the recently created Bitcoin ABC to be the true Bitcoin Cash. Hong Kong-based OKEx will relist the digital currency under the original Bitcoin Cash ticker, BCH.

The announcement is the latest example of a large trading venue deciding similarly. Previously, both Winklevoss twins-founded Gemini and Coinbase have expressed support for the Bitcoin ABC chain over the “Satoshi’s Vision” side of the fork.

Bitcoin ABC Receives Psychologically Important BCH Ticker at OKEx

According to a report in RTT News, the digital currency exchange OKEx has decided to change the ticker listed for Bitcoin ABC to the original Bitcoin Cash one, BCH. Previously, the major trading venue had the recently created crypto coin listed as BCHABC.

Meanwhile, the opposing side of the November 15 hard fork, known as Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision, has also been relisted. Before today’s announcement, the exchange referred to this newly created coin as BCHSV. It will now use the simpler ticket, BSV.

In addition to the relistings, OKEx will be suspending spot trading for either side of the original Bitcoin Cash chain. In a statement reported by RTT News, the company said that the remaining balances of the original BCH would be settled, prior to the removal of the asset from accounts. Spot trading for both the new BCH and BSV is expected to resume two hours after it initially goes offline.

Another Important Battle Lost For Bitcoin SV

As the newly crowned largest exchange on the planet by trading volume, OKEx has great influence over the public perception of different digital currencies. BitcoinLinux reported earlier today that the Hong Kong-based trading venue is one of only four that has managed to retain more than 100,000 active users.

Additionally, OKEx was one of the most active exchanges for Bitcoin Cash trading. This makes the exchange’s policy towards both sides of the fork all the more important. With such a major cryptocurrency (and Bitcoin Cash) market siding with the opposition, the news of the Bitcoin Cash relistings must be yet another bitter pill to swallow for the controversial Bitcoin SV camp.

To make matters worse, OKEx is just the latest of the major exchanges to announce a similar listing for the Bitcoin ABC side of the November Bitcoin Cash hard fork. In October, just prior to the chain split, US crypto trading giants Coinbase announced that they would be supporting the Bitcoin ABC chain. The reasons cited for this decision: higher hash rate and a longer blockchain.

Similarly, Winklevoss twin-owned Gemini announced earlier this week that it would only be supporting the Bitcoin ABC blockchain. They too will be listing the digital asset under the ticker BCH.

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Crypto Market Update: Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash, Tron (TRX), ADA Price Analysis

Key Points

  • The total crypto market cap extended declines and tested the $102.00B level.
  • Litecoin (LTC) price is struggling below the $30 resistance, with a bearish angle.
  • Bitcoin cash price is currently consolidating near the $100 level.
  • Tron (TRX) is currently flat near the $0.0132 level, with range moves.
  • Cardano (ADA) price declined below the $0.0300 support level.

Bitcoin cash traded above $100 and it is currently consolidating. Litecoin (LTC), Tron (TRX) and Cardano (ADA) remain in a bearish zone, with chances of more losses.

Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis

Bitcoin cash price managed to move back above the $100 level recently, but it facing a lot of hurdles near the $105 and $110 levels. If BCH/USD continues to struggle to climb above $110, there could be a fresh decline below $100 and $95 in the near term.

The key support is at $92, below which the price slide towards $85. On the upside, the price must break the $105 and $110 resistance levels to move into a positive zone.

Litecoin (LTC), Tron (TRX) and ADA Price Analysis

Litecoin price faced a lot of selling interest near the $30 and $28 levels recently. LTC declined and traded close to the $20 support area. The price is currently consolidating above $22 and it may perhaps correct higher towards $26 or $28.

During the past two days, there were only range moves above the $0.0130 level in tron price. On the upside, the price seems to be struggling to clear the $0.0135 and $0.0140 resistance levels.

Cardano price faced an increased selling pressure and declined below the $0.0300 support. ADA is down around 2% and it seems like the price may decline further towards the $0.0285 or $0.0280 support.

Cryptoc Market Cap Total

Looking at the total cryptocurrency market cap hourly chart, there was a downside extension below the $105.00B support. The market cap tested the $102.00B support zone and it is currently in a range. On the upside, there are many resistances near $105.00B and a bearish trend line. Therefore, upsides are likely to remain capped in Bitcoin, Ethereum, neo, litecoin, ripple, and other altcoins in the near term.

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Simple Ledger Developers Publish Monthly Puzzle With Bitcoin Cash Treasure

In late November, the creators of the Simple Ledger Protocol announced the launch of Ledger Treasure, a contest in which contestants must solve a puzzle to win over $100 worth of bitcoin cash (BCH). On Dec. 6, Simple Ledger developer James Cramer revealed the winner of the first puzzle solved by gaining access to the BCH funds locked in a special P2SH address.

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Simple Ledger Treasure

Simple Ledger Developers Publish Monthly Puzzle With Bitcoin Cash TreasureDevelopers of the Simpleledger.io (SLP) project are hosting a monthly contest that offers the chance to win over $100 worth of BCH for solving a puzzle. The team will be giving away BCH after crafting a solvable puzzle and publishing it with the project’s monthly newsletter. On Dec. 6, the first winner received 1 BCH for unlocking the funds contained in a bitcoin cash P2SH address. The first issue of the Ledger Treasure newsletter sent out to registrants contained the maiden puzzle, called “Stashed Cash 1.” The 1 BCH of locked funds in a P2SH address was solved one hour after the puzzle was published, explained its creator James Cramer.

Simple Ledger Developers Publish Monthly Puzzle With Bitcoin Cash Treasure

The first thing people need to do to solve the puzzle is load a script template JSON file into the P2SH.cash website, a tool that enables a P2SH spend, a calculator, and oracle. After loading the template, the user needs to actually search for the address with the funded BCH inside. If the treasure hunter doesn’t understand much about P2SH script then the puzzle gives a great lesson about the protocol. In order to complete it, the contestant needs to fill in the blanks within the “redeem script” section. A math equation is then presented within the script template which shows the basics of how stack-based math operates.

“The final requirement of this puzzle was to interact with the Ledger Treasure Newsletter, which is accomplished using the ‘Oracles’ tab of the P2SH.cash website,” explained Cramer’s blog post on the subject. “The oracle’s public key was required for the redeem script section and the unlocking script section oracle’s signature was required for the unlocking script section in the ‘Spend P2SH’ tab,” the developer added.

The creator of the Ledger Treasure Newsletter hunt continued by stating:   

The only way to obtain a valid signature for this puzzle is to first be a subscriber of the Ledger Treasure newsletter.

Simple Ledger Developers Publish Monthly Puzzle With Bitcoin Cash Treasure

More Difficult Bitcoin Cash P2SH Puzzles Are on the Way

Cramer concluded that the first puzzle was a success and stated that at least three other challengers solved it within three days. The Simple Ledger developer said that he looks forward to devising more puzzles and that the first one wasn’t that hard. Eventually, the creator intends to make the puzzles significantly more difficult as time passes but still wants to create simple puzzles for new visitors. Cryptocurrency enthusiasts who want to attempt to solve the next Ledger puzzle need to sign up for the newsletter before the second edition is published on the first of January.

What do you think about the Simple Ledger treasure hunt? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.


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Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin Cash Jockey For Position as Crypto Markets Crumble

Crypto markets have been pounded again as a red Friday rout sees $15 billion more leaving the space. Nearly all digital currencies are in a world of pain, plunging to their lowest levels in almost 18 months.

Bitcoin has led the drop when it fell through support and hit a 2018 low of $3,400 a few hours ago. This has pulled the rest of the altcoins down with it. One which has suffered more than most in recent weeks is Bitcoin Cash.

Flippening and Reflippening

BCH has been slowly evaporating, dropping to new all-time lows every day this week. According to Coinmarketcap it was priced at around $470 following the hard fork from Bitcoin in August last year. During that latter part of 2017 it joined the rest of the cryptocurrencies on a rocket ship to the moon, peaking out at just over $4,300 on December 20.

Since then, however, Bitcoin Cash has been on a downward spiral that has seen it dissolve into virtually nothing falling a whopping 97.45% from its all-time high to today’s prices. In the last 24 hours alone BCH has crashed a further 24% plunging from $128 to its lowest level ever – $97.

This has enabled its recently forked sibling, Bitcoin SV, to overtake it in terms of market cap, albeit briefly. BSV, or Satoshi’s Vision, founded by Australian computer scientist Craig Wright entered the market cap charts on November 27. Since then it has remained relatively stable at around $90 to $100 while all those around it crashed to new yearly lows.

Over the past day or two Bitcoin SV has actually gained in price and market cap causing it to flip its nemesis fork Bitcoin Cash. An hour or two ago BSV was actually in fifth spot while BCH dropped below Tether into seventh. Market capitalization for both digital coins is very similar at around $1.8 to $2 billion causing them to jockey for position in this chart.

As markets rebound from hitting a bottom the order will no doubt change again. At the time of writing Bitcoin SV was up 15% on the day to $105 while Bitcoin Cash was down 8% to $115.

EOS and Cardano Also Getting Flipped

The other big loser from all of these ‘flippenings’ is EOS, down over 20% on the day at the time of writing and dumped down the chart to eighth spot. EOS is also down an epic amount from its all-time high, around 92% at the moment.

Cardano is another altcoin that has fallen from fame, dropping out of the top ten all together and dumping a whopping 97% from its ATH.

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After Year-Long Wait New York-Based Exchange Gemini Lists Bitcoin Cash

Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini announced the launch of bitcoin cash (BCH) support and detailed that BCH will be available for trading on the platform this weekend. Bitcoin cash supporters have been waiting for Gemini to list BCH since the fork on Aug. 1, 2017. Beginning Saturday, at 9:30 a.m. EST, customers will be able to deposit bitcoin cash into their Gemini account in order to trade.

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Gemini Exchange Adds Bitcoin Cash Support

After Year-Long Wait New York-Based Exchange Gemini Lists Bitcoin CashBitcoin cash fans found out on Dec. 7 that the New York-based trading platform Gemini was adding BCH to the exchange interface this weekend. It’s been 15 months since the Aug. 1 BCH fork, and proponents have been waiting for what seemed like forever for Gemini to list the coin. The exchange will add bitcoin cash with five trading pairs which include USD, BTC, ETH, LTC, and ZEC. Gemini’s vice president of engineering, Eric Winer, detailed that BCH seeks to “build on the goal of the original Bitcoin and become an electronic cash system.” Furthermore, in light of the recent Nov. 15 hard fork which resulted in a split and the birth of BSV, the company explained that the BCH ticker will be assigned to the ABC side of the fork.

BCH Will Be Available for Gemini’s Trading and Custody Services, but No BSV Support

Bitcoin Cash, a fork of the Bitcoin network, was recently forked into two distinct networks and blockchains: Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV — At this time, we will only be providing support for the Bitcoin ABC network and we will be referring to it as Bitcoin Cash with ticker: BCH,” detailed Winer’s post.

The engineering executive also noted the company had added replay protection and continued by stating:

Any cryptocurrency sent to Gemini over a blockchain that we do not support, such as Bitcoin SV (BSV), will be invalid and irrecoverable. We are continuing to evaluate Bitcoin SV over the coming weeks or months, and we may or may not choose to support withdrawals and/or trading of Bitcoin SV in the future.  

Of course, BCH proponents were pleased to hear that the trading platform was finally adding bitcoin cash. Moreover, on Dec. 6, the bitcoin cash fork BSV jumped ahead of BCH as far as coin market capitalization is concerned. However, since the Gemini announcement, BCH has temporarily reclaimed the fifth position but both assets have been toe-to-toe in price over the last 48 hours.

After Year-Long Wait New York-Based Exchange Gemini Lists Bitcoin Cash
A preview of the BCH trading engine on Gemini. Trades will open tomorrow, Dec. 8, 2018, at 9:30 a.m. EST.

Gemini’s Winer further detailed that the company worked closely with the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS) in order to list BCH. Winer and Gemini associates believe the New York company is “the world’s most regulated cryptocurrency exchange and custodian.” Bitcoin cash will also be available to Gemini’s cryptocurrency custody business model which aims to attract institutional investors.

What do you think about Gemini adding bitcoin cash (BCH) to the company’s trading and custody services? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.


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