The @Bitcoin account on Twitter was apparently “hijacked” by BTC enthusiasts. As a result, pro-Bitcoin Cash posts were removed. Colin Talks Crypto, a popular YouTube channel covered this incident in detail. A legal threat or a breach of agreement could have played a crucial role with regards to what transpired on social media.
While BCH HODLers aren’t too happy about this, few maximalists have expressed their joy.
— Tuur Demeester (@TuurDemeester) August 25, 2019
Rosco Kalis and Gabriel Cardona are currently involved in developing CashScript, a brand-new advanced programming language for the BCH protocol. Decentralized and transactions centered on specific decisions will soon be made possible. The usage of Spedn, the Simple Ledger Protocol as well as Cashshuffle have contributed to improving the flexibility of the network.
According to Cardona, Bitcoin Cash is better than Bitcoin when someone considers HODLing and fast transactions. Roger Ver shares a similar viewpoint, which has been enunciated by his dislike towards the king coin.
I was asked by @cgcardona to wrap up a checkdatasig example for CashScript. So yesterday I put together a contract utilising CDS and oracles to enforce HODLing until a certain BCH/USD price has been reached. CDS opens the doors to awesome functionality!https://t.co/upTvNB9SmB
— Rosco Kalis (@RoscoKalis) August 25, 2019
Gabriel tweeted a day ago proclaiming that “Non-Custodial Financial Services” will revolutionize the industry. Trustless Oracles being employed is a clear highlight of CashScript.
Bitcoin Cash is ranked at #4 below XRP [which is operated by Ripple] but above Litecoin in the market. The price climbed at a rate of 1.92% in the course of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $1.342 billion, while the supply has 17,967,738 BCH coins in play. At present, the total market cap of Bitcoin Cash is $5.619 billion. As of this moment, BCH is priced at $312.77.