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August 07, 2018, 07:40:53 AM

The basic difference between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash is the volume of transactions.
Most Bitcoin developers support the idea of ​​splitting some data outside the Bitcoin network to increase its capacity and then increase the transaction size to 2 megabytes. This will be the main Bitcoin coin that is accepted by most major virtual currency exchanges.
However, some Bitcoin mining groups are still not satisfied with this proposal, including the Bitcoin founders. They proposed the Bitcoin Cash, keeping the same principle of the original Bitcoin coin, keeping the data but increasing the transaction limit to 8 megabytes. The price of Bitcoin Cash on the market is $ 280, equal to one-tenth of the Bitcoin price before the split.
Bitcoin Cash was created as an answer to the longstanding debate in the Bitcoin community about the best way to create Bitcoin for more users. The easiest solution and Bitcoin Cash accepted is to increase the Bitcoin codebase's Max Blocksize Limit.
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