Roger Ver today announced in his tweet that deadalnix will be forking from Bitcoin Cash on 15 November, 2020. The tweet did not mention the name of the new coin that will be created as a result of the fork, but twitter users were quick to chime in with suggestions like BCASH. One user even said that Bitcoin ABC may get the “BCH ticker.”
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) September 1, 2020
The announcement came in almost a month after leading Bitcoin Cash developer Amaury Séchethad published about Bitcoin ABC’s November 2020 update. According to Séchethad the updates are said to include primary improvements to the Bitcoin ABC such as a change to the Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm and the addition of a new Coinbase Rule. Séchethad said in the blog:
The addition of this new rule represents a significant step. […] Node implementations, have developed a financial reliance on powerful interests such as mining corporations, venture capital funds, and angel investors.
Ironically, 15 November is the same day a hard fork chain split occurred between Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV back in 2018.
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