In what will come as a bit of an anti-climax, former bitcoin cash allies, Roger Ver and Craigh Wright have had a fallout. On November 8, Ver said he would discuss the upcoming bitcoin cash fork. Talking about his former friend, Craig Wright, Ver said, “It’s never easy to admit, you have been fooled. Maybe I have been fooled.”
He showed the audience a screenshot of the email that he received from Wright on the day, Bitcoin.com announced that they would be siding with Bitcoin Cash ABC’s roadmap. The email read, “If you want a war…I will do 2 years of no trading. Nothing. If you want ABC, you want shitcoins, welcome to bankruptcy. It was nice knowing you. Bitcoin will die before ABC shits on it. I will see BCH trade at 0 for a few years. Will you? Side with ABC, you hate bitcoin, you are my enemy. You have fucking no idea what that means. You will. I AM Satoshi. Have a nice life. You will now discover me when pissed off. And no. You could have had proof. Your choice. Fuck you.”
Although there had been some spike in price of bitcoin cash (trading above $600), after the announcement of the fork, the price was $580.12 at the time of writing this article. According to a news portal, CryptoVest, cryptocurrency traders can either bet on BitMex or Poloniex on the launch and survival of two Bitcoin Cash versions, but some of them expect one of the coins to go up in smoke.
As earlier reported by Crypto-News India, Poloniex is offering investors the option of trading two tokens at the center of the debate about the pending Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork: Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCHABC) and Bitcoin Cash SV (BCHSV), that started from Thursday.
Bitcoin Cash Satoshi Vision (BCHSV) was originally introduced by Blockchain company, nChain, in October. Back then we had talked about the new token and had said that Bitcoin SV is a new full-node implementation for Bitcoin BCH designed to “fulfill the vision set out by Satoshi Nakamoto’s original Bitcoin white paper,” according to an official press release.