The controversy over delisting bitcoin SV shows why crypto exchanges need more consistent standards and rules.
The so-called "hash war" over the future of bitcoin cash is over and it's up to market forces to decide the fate of its two rival cryptocurrencies.
After a month of wild volatility and 'hash wars,' the public still has yet to pick a clear favorite out of the two new bitcoin cash forks.
The Winklevoss-owned Gemini crypto exchange is adding support for bitcoin cash trading pairs with approval from New York's finance watchdog.
It’s been six days since the bitcoin cash split and the ongoing threat of one chain sabotaging the other has yet to materialize.
Bitcoin Cash SV's block reorganization yesterday may have been the result of a stress test, rather than an attack.
The bitcoin cash blockchain officially split today into two competing networks – but the story seems to be far from over.
A contentious hard fork on the bitcoin cash blockchain has been activated.
Bitcoin cash's ongoing hash war remains lopsided, with mining pools supporting Bitcoin SV controlling nearly 75 percent of the current network.
The war for bitcoin cash is only beginning.