The Bitcoin Cash network has now been upgraded yesterday 15th November. Seems that Bitcoin ABC will likely win the civil war with help from Bitstamp and McAffe. The event might have a bullish impact on Bitcoin price.
Talking about this war In tweet McAffe stated:
“The war raging around Jihan Wu was started by the egos and short sightedness of the Bitcoin developers. The developers serve the community, not some ideal principal of technology. And they certainly do not control our community. Wake up developers. You could have avoided this.”
The coming hard fork on Bitcoin Cash (BCH) blockchain’s that is scheduled for November risks to split the chain into two competing chains. Cobra, a controversial figure who hands Bitcoin.org might be the savior of the BCH network future.
In a medium post, he announced the Cobra Client Hard Fork proposing an upgrade of the Bitcoin Cash Protocol, which comes in response to the proposed changes by the developers of ABC and nChain which he called “mostly non-important and non-urgent changes”.
Also in a tweet he stated:
“This time last year the Bitcoin community defeated: BITMAIN, ViaBTC, Bitfury,
It is evident Bitcoin holders have received a lot of free coins throughout 2017. With all of the hard forks and airdrops taking place, things have certainly evolved in an interesting direction. What is rather surprising is how there is still very little interest in Bitcoin Gold. Fewer people have claimed their BTG balances than expected, mainly because it has proven rather difficult to do so. This goes to show that Bitcoin Cash may have the brighter future ahead.