ada $0.04303.25%ae $0.1741*2.28%bcd $0.4920*1.23%bch $239.503.83%bcn $0.0004*0.08%bnb $17.331*8.49%bsv $87.376*4.71%btc $8,605.14.06%btg $8.48484.96%btm $0.0590*5.67%bts $0.0293*2.35%dash $74.8193.11%dcr $17.130*0.76%dgb $0.009015.89%doge $0.00240.59%eos $3.25705.43%etc $4.88405.18%eth $192.266.35%gnt $0.0504*3.46%ltc $59.4323.41%icx $0.1753*0.93%iost $0.0052*2.38%lsk $0.90002.47%miota $0.2754*1.18%mkr $527.06*0.00%moac $0.2363*3.01%nano $0.7934*4.82%neo $7.73481.39%omg $0.9102*1.69%ont $0.6616*5.84%ppt $0.5900*1.72%qtum $1.85932.51%rep $8.51302.39%sc $0.0020*19.74%steem $0.1433*4.66%strat $0.3696*0.00%trx $0.01703.19%tusd $0.9982*0.10%usdt $1.00090.08%waves $0.96000.73%xem $0.04281.86%xlm $0.06333.02%xmr $56.6471.65%xrp $0.28162.89%xtz $0.9395*4.41%xvg $0.00350.00%zil $0.0061*2.19%zrx $0.25442.23%
Both Bitcoin as well as Bitcoin Cash use a proof-of-work algorithm to timestamp every new block. The proof of work algorithm used is the same in both cases. It can be described as a partial inversion of a hash function. Additionally, both Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash target a new block to be generated every ten minutes on average. The time needed to calculate a new block is influenced by a parameter called the mining difficulty. If the total amount of mining power increases, an increase of the mining difficulty can keep the block time roughly constant. Vice versa, if the mining power decreases, a decrease of the mining difficulty can keep the block time roughly constant.[36]
There are two factions of bitcoin supporters, that support large blocks or small blocks.[20] The Bitcoin Cash faction favors the use of its currency as a medium of exchange for commerce while the Bitcoin-supporting faction view bitcoin's primary use as that of a store of value.[20] Some Bitcoin supporters like to call Bitcoin Cash “Bcash,” “Btrash,” or simply a scam, while Bitcoin Cash advocates insist that their implementation is the pure form of Bitcoin.[20]

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