Breaking: Binance Will Delist Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) on April 22

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Breaking: Binance Will Delist Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) on April 22
Binance exchange has decided to delist and cease trading on all trading pairs for Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) starting from April 22nd, 2019.
Breaking: Binance Will Delist Bitcoin SV (BCHSV) on April 22

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The Cost of Carrying Out 51% Attack on Bitcoin SV [BSV] Keeps On Decreasing

Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) is apparently losing ground to become the ‘one true Bitcoin’ as its network capacity, and its support is decreasing in number.
Hash rate and Cost of Carrying Out 51% Attack
The total hash rate of the network also speaks volume about the cryptocurrency. The cryptocurrencies with a higher number of miners and daily transactions are more likely to be secure and priced higher as well.
BSV Hash Rate All-time (bitinfocharts)
It is evident from the two graphs that the total Hashrate for BSV has decreased since its inception. Moreover, it dropped below 20% since the #WeAreAllHodlonaut Movement gained traction. Furthermore, the hash rate of its immediate competitor has increased more than two-fold in the same period.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hash rate (bitinfocharts)
At press time, the cost of carrying out a 51% attack on Bitcoin SV is just around $6500. The same for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is currently about four times that of BSV around $25000.
ETC which was under 51% attack many times in recent times has a similar cost of carrying out a 51% attack as Bitcoin SV (BSV) at $6300.
The price of Bitcoin SV at 6: 30 Hours UTC on 15th April is trading at $72.52. It is trading 4.16% higher on a daily scale. However, while coins like LTC and BCH have increased by over 50% after Bitcoin’s break-out on 2nd April, BSV has increased by only about 12% higher since its value in March 2019. Most it can be attributed to its limited utility and its’ lousy branding in the crypto community due to ‘faketoshi’ claims.
BSV/USD Price chart on coinmarketcap
Do you think Bitcoin SV will eventually lose its popularity or BSV proponents will be able to redeem its value? Please share your views with us. 
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Pay for meal with Bitcoin and Ethereum Using Coinbase VISA Enabled Debit Cards

In a major breakthrough, Coinbase announced the launch of a VISA debit card in the United Kingdom on 10th April 2019.
Since the card is VISA enabled it can be spent in millions of location accepting VISA enabled PoS (Point of Sale) payments. It can also be used to withdraw cash from the ATMs. Hence, facilitating the instant conversion of crypto to FIAT currencies.  The balance of all cryptocurrencies in the Coinbase Account will be used to spend through the card this includes Litecoin [LTC], XRP, Stellar Lumens [XLM], Bitcoin Cash [BCH] and six other cryptocurrencies available on Coinbase apart from Bitcoin.
According to the blog post, the Coinbase customers can now pay through all cryptocurrencies available on Coinbase; “they can pay for a meal with Bitcoin, or use Ethereum to fund their train ticket home.”

Coinbase Card App
To avail the card, Coinbase users in the UK must download the new Coinbase Card App which is available both on Android and iOS. A virtual card will be issued instantly after completing the registration process. The contactless card will be sent via post by the firm later. Moreover, the card can now be linked to the main Coinbase Account to enable crypto-spending anywhere.
The Card issuance fee is 4.95 euros (or $5.58 at the current exchange rate). Moreover, Coinbase has announced the waiver of this fee for its first 1000 debit card customers.
The card is currently being issued only in the UK. However, the firm has confirmed that it will soon be available in the European Union in the coming months. The card is issued by the Paysafe Financial Services Limited, which is authorized by the Financial Conduct Authority for issuing of electronic money and payment instruments.
With this, Coinbase becomes one step closer in building a global banking system built on cryptocurrencies. Coinbase Card is expected to be used by millions of customers because of the trust and reliability of the Crypto Giant firm.
Which other Custodial Firms and Wallets will release VISA and MasterCard enabled cards next? Please share your views with us. 
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Bitcoin Cash Support Added on Coinbase Wallet App

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Bitcoin Cash Support Added on Coinbase Wallet App

Konstantin Rabin, financial expert and crypto enthusiast, takes a look at recent announcement from Coinbase in which it has confirmed that they added Bitcoin Cash support in their wallet app.

Bitcoin Cash Support Added on Coinbase Wallet App

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Bitmain Announces Its Next Gen Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash Mining Chip

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Bitmain Announces Its Next Gen Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash Mining Chip

Bitmain faced a decline in its 2018 profit margins. However, the company has launched new mining chips in a move expected to put the company back on the profitable track.

Bitmain Announces Its Next Gen Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash Mining Chip

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Bitcoin Difficulty Drops by Over 9% While Bitcoin Cash One Experiences Reverse Momentum

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Bitcoin Difficulty Drops by Over 9% While Bitcoin Cash One Experiences Reverse Momentum

During the last 24 hours, Bitcoin’s mining difficulty has dropped more than 9 percent as the fallout of the prolonged market rout continues. Despite a recent recovery that has taken bitcoin above $4,000, miners are still finding it difficult to remain profitable.

Bitcoin Difficulty Drops by Over 9% While Bitcoin Cash One Experiences Reverse Momentum

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UnitedCorp Sues Bitmain, Roger Ver and Kraken For Manipulation Over Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork

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UnitedCorp Sues Bitmain, Roger Ver and Kraken For Manipulation Over Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork

The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network saga keeps on rolling with both sides keep on allegating each other. The latest ‘fight’ is going on between Miami-based UnitedCorp on one side, and Bitmain, Kraken exchange and Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver on the other.

UnitedCorp Sues Bitmain, Roger Ver and Kraken For Manipulation Over Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork

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Cryptocurrency Market Massacre Continues, Bitcoin Falls Below $4000

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Cryptocurrency Market Massacre Continues, Bitcoin Falls Below $4000

Cryptocurrency bloodbath continues as the overall market cap slips below $120 billion. In just last 12 days, crypto markets lost a whopping $89 billion.

Cryptocurrency Market Massacre Continues, Bitcoin Falls Below $4000

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Coinbase Faces New Class Action Lawsuit for Alleged BCH Insider Trading

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Coinbase Faces New Class Action Lawsuit for Alleged BCH Insider Trading

The plaintiff has charged Coinbase for making false and deceptive statements on the rollout of Bitcoin Cash last year after the Bitcoin hard fork.

Coinbase Faces New Class Action Lawsuit for Alleged BCH Insider Trading

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Bitcoin.com Mining Pool Provides All Hash Power to Secure the Bitcoin Cash ABC Network

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Bitcoin.com Mining Pool Provides All Hash Power to Secure the Bitcoin Cash ABC Network

Recent Bitcoin Cash hard fork split the whole crypto community into two warring camps trying to gain the dominance over the hash power of the network. Bitcoin.com mining pool chose ABC side providing all of its hash power in support for mining the altcoin.

Bitcoin.com Mining Pool Provides All Hash Power to Secure the Bitcoin Cash ABC Network

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Post BCH Hard Fork Scenes: Bitcoin Cash ABC vs Bitcoin Cash SV

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Post BCH Hard Fork Scenes: Bitcoin Cash ABC vs Bitcoin Cash SV

As both camps engage in the war for gaining dominance over the hash power, here a look into how things have turned so far.

Post BCH Hard Fork Scenes: Bitcoin Cash ABC vs Bitcoin Cash SV

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After BCH Hard Fork: The Hash War Might Result Into Detrimental Outcomes

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After BCH Hard Fork: The Hash War Might Result Into Detrimental Outcomes

Here’s a look into some of the possibilities post the BCH hard fork and what can happen if Bitcoin SV manages to occupy the majority hash power. Put your seat-belts ON.

After BCH Hard Fork: The Hash War Might Result Into Detrimental Outcomes

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Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Trends of November 14–20, 2018

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Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Trends of November 14–20, 2018

Should the bears maintain or increase their pressure, the support zone of $501 will be broken and expose the support zone of $410 for Bitcoin Cash price to find its low.

Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Trends of November 14–20, 2018

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Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Trends of November 7–13, 2018

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Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Trends of November 7–13, 2018

Confirmation to the bulls’ takeover was seen as the next daily candle closed as bullish engulfing above the two EMAs.

Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Trends of November 7–13, 2018

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