Bitcoin money value rises with LBX itemizing amid the controversy surrounding Roger Ver
Bitcoin cash price is getting a boost as the London Block Exchange adds support and approaches the $ 1,500 price level. Despite the recent controversy surrounding Roger Ver, a BCH backer, Bitcoin Cash is enjoying good support.
Despite the dispute from BCH supporter Roger Ver, BCH receives a 12% increase
Bitcoin cash price is currently up more than 12 percent, outperforming a number of major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and EOS. While most of the cryptocurrency market is booming, Bitcoin Cash is certainly gaining ground over others at $ 1,457.
Despite the recent controversy surrounding Bitcoin Cash backer Roger Ver and his website Bitcoin.com, which is likely to face legal action soon for tricking users into buying Bitcoin Cash (BCH) instead of Bitcoin (BTC), is rising the value of BCH.
Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash are both green at the moment, with Bitcoin near the $ 9,200 level and Bitcoin Cash targeting the $ 1,500 mark.
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London Block Exchange Listing & Upcoming Fork Rides BCH Price
Recently, the London Block Exchange announced that it would support Bitcoin Cash for the BCH / GBP and BCH / BTC trading pairs. The fourth largest cryptocurrency with a market capitalization of nearly $ 25 billion will now be available for trading by UK cryptocurrency users.
Benjamin Dives, the exchange’s CEO stated:
“As we open our doors to UK crypto enthusiasts, we listen and act on the community’s terms – and that is a range of high quality coin options to trade. All are backed by a reliable, comprehensive, and easy-to-use service that they can trust. “
Listed on the stock exchange, Ethereum Classic, which is one of the top 20 cryptocurrencies, also saw a price increase, but only about 2.44 percent compared to 12.26 percent for the Bitcoin cash price.
Aside from the London Block Exchange listing, another spike in BCH price may also be the upcoming hard fork, slated for May 15th. The most notable point about this hard fork is that it has increased its maximum block size to 32MB. Another change affects the bitcoin script opcodes that will be added or reactivated as mentioned in the official announcement.
Do you think Bitcoin Cash (BCH) will see a huge price spike with its hard fork, or would the controversy surrounding vocal BCH supporter Roger Ver weaken its impact? Let us know your thoughts!
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