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Australia’s Biggest Exchange to Delist Bitcoin SV
« on: January 28, 2021, 02:22:26 PM »
In a Jan. 27 blog post, Independent Reserve, Australia’s largest digital asset exchange, announced that it would be delisting Bitcoin SV (BSV) on March 28.

All BSV trading will cease and open orders will be canceled on that day, but exchange users will be given a six-month grace period to withdraw their funds.

Bitcoin SV, or Satoshi’s Vision, is one of the biggest cryptocurrencies on the market in terms of market cap. The origin of BSV goes back to 2017 when a Bitcoin hardfork created Bitcoin Cash. The following year Bitcoin Cash itself had a hardfork, creating Bitcoin SV.

The reasoning behind the development of BSV is tied to the long-standing scaling debate in the crypto community. BSV increased its block size to 128 MB in order to fulfill what was laid out in the original Bitcoin whitepaper.

Despite its market position, BSV has found itself at the center of one controversy after another since its birth. This has been mostly due to the involvement of Craig Wright, the notorious Australian developer who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto.

more : https://beincrypto.com/australias-biggest-exchange-to-delist-bitcoin-sv/


will Bitcoin SV become an ash coin, and disappear by itself?

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Australia’s Biggest Exchange to Delist Bitcoin SV
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Re: Australia’s Biggest Exchange to Delist Bitcoin SV
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2021, 03:47:03 PM »
The exchange made the decision to delist after the supporter and co-creator of the Bitcoin SV project, Craig Wright, sent out notices to remove the Bitcoin white paper due to copyright infringement. Bitcoin's core development team, Bitcoin Core, complied with fears of costly litigation.

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Re: Australia’s Biggest Exchange to Delist Bitcoin SV
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2021, 03:47:03 PM »
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