This weekend, an unknown mining-pool processed the first BCH block, which was generated using a complete nodeNode
– is any computer that is connected to the Blockchain network. The etymology of the term: from the Latin "nodus", which translates as "node". Nodes are an important tool for creating new blocks in blockchain network. Details written in a language different from the original C ++ developed by Satoshi. The project, called Copernicus, is a BCH implementation written in Golang (GO).
The difference between the BCH and GO.cash programs is that the Copernicus software was used to create the BCH block in the network. At 00:32:40, 1 December 2018 (time in Beijing), block 558847 BCH with a difficulty level of 689.49 G / 274.81 G.
The developers of the Copernicus project seemed to be delighted with the achievements and published the development for forums focused on BCH, such as btc. The developers of the project explained in a blog that the team’s work is dedicated to introducing innovations into the Bitcoin Cash network.
"The Copernicus project always follows the open source goal of the BCH community, we will constantly explore new technologies and scenarios for the development of BCH development", explained the programmers behind Copernicus.
Editor: Yuliya Soroka