Vermögenswert

KryptowÀhrungen:

2,117

Börsen:

11

Marktkapitalisierung:

$1,536,746,016,229

Volumen 24 Stunden:

$70,904,224,112

Bitcoin Cash logo

Bitcoin Cash

BCH

Rang #19
Coin

$254.08

Tags

Proof of Work
SHA256
Mining
Zahlungen
Tauschmittel
Finanzen
Fintech
Dezentralisiert
Wertaufbewahrung
Knappheit
Schicht 1

$252.63

$255.67

Tief

24S

Hoch

Umlaufende Versorgung

19,577,050

21,000,000

N/A

Marktkapitalisierung

N/A

Volumen 24 Stunden

$35,688,331

Änderung 24 Stunden

2.57

%

Maximales Angebot

21,000,000

Umlaufende Versorgung

19,577,050

Verbleibend im Umlauf

1,422,950

Gesamte Versorgung

N/A

Geburtstag
Alter

6 Jahre

Dezimalstellen

8

Brieftaschen

39

Nachrichten

10

Börsen

8

Paare

10

Tickers

25

Base

8

Quote

2

Allzeithoch

$3,490

Datum des ATH

Dec 20 2017

Tage seit ATH

2180

Allzeittief

$78.28

Datum des ATL

Dec 16 2018

Tage seit ATL

1819

Überblick
Börsen
MĂ€rkte
Brieftaschen
Nachrichten

$254.08

Preis

$255.67

Hoch

$252.63

Tief

$4,977,549,796

Marktkapitalisierung

$35,688,331

Volumen

N/A

Öffnen

N/A

Schließen

1S

-0.430

%

1T

2.57

%

1W

11.62

%

1M

6.09

%

2M

19.80

%

3M

33.40

%

6M

147.39

%

1J

131.85

%

Über Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was created in August 2017 as a result of a hard fork of the Bitcoin blockchain. The hard fork was initiated by a group of developers who were concerned that the increasing demand for Bitcoin was causing transaction fees to rise and making it less practical as a means of payment. They believed that increasing the block size limit from 1MB to 8MB would enable more transactions to be processed at lower fees and make Bitcoin more usable for everyday transactions.

Bitcoin Cash inherited the transaction history of the original Bitcoin blockchain up until the point of the hard fork, and from then on, it became a separate cryptocurrency. The fork was contentious, with some members of the Bitcoin community supporting it and others strongly opposing it. Nevertheless, Bitcoin Cash gained significant adoption and began to build its own ecosystem of wallets, exchanges, and merchants.

One of the key features of Bitcoin Cash is its larger block size limit, which allows it to handle more transactions per block than Bitcoin. This means that it can process transactions faster and with lower fees. Bitcoin Cash also uses a different difficulty adjustment algorithm than Bitcoin, which allows it to adjust its mining difficulty more rapidly in response to changes in network hashrate. This makes it more resilient to sudden changes in the mining landscape.

Since its creation, Bitcoin Cash has undergone several upgrades and improvements. In 2018, it implemented the CashAddr address format, which improved address legibility and reduced the risk of errors in transacting. In 2019, it introduced Schnorr signatures, which enable more efficient and private transactions. In 2020, it implemented the Avalanche consensus algorithm, which improves transaction confirmation times and reduces the risk of double-spending attacks.

Bitcoin Cash has gained a significant following among users and merchants who value its fast and low-cost transactions. It is accepted by many online and offline merchants, and its user base continues to grow.