BCH Twitter Disputes Involve Buterin Now
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Nov. 14, 2018
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Tomorrow, November 15, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network will hold a hard fork, which will split altcoin into two incompatible clients - Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV. The first client is the “traditional” implementation of Bitcoin Cash, while the second (with the loud name Bitcoin Satoshi Vision) suggests an increase in the block to 128 MB (the current BCH size is 32 MB), and is actively promoted by the “self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto” Craig Wright, who -for a long time- doesn’t have the best reputation.

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Another confirmation of this was the message of ViaBTC, one of the largest mining pools. So, in response to a tweet from user Jason Elliot, who asked the mining pool to support Satoshi Vision "for the good of a unified Bitcoin Cash chain," ViaBTC wrote the following:

Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of ethereum, who had previously openly called Wright a fraudster, has replied to this tweet. He wrote:

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Jihan Wu, the co-founder of the Chinese mining giant Bitmain, has also spoken on the topic.

Craig Wright, whose Twitter now is really reminding the notes of a madman, answered Buterin in his already well-known insulting manner:

Meanwhile, instead of finding the consensus leaders of the two sides Roger Ver and Craig Wright are declaring a war, simultaneously trying to figure out who is the real Satoshi Nakamoto among them.

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