Coinbase, the large US cryptocurrency exchange, now allows its users to withdraw Bitcoin SV (BSV) to external wallets, – according to the announcement, published on February 14.
BSV appeared after a hard-fork of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) in November last year. As a result, two new coins appeared; Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin ABC. The Bitcoin SV (Satoshi's Vision) camp was led by Australian scientist Craig Wright, who previously declared himself the creator of Satoshi Nakamoto Bitcoins.
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After hard-fork, Coinbase users with BCH received an equal amount of BSV, but so far the exchange has not provided users with the ability to withdraw BSV funds. From now on, Coinbase customers can send a BSV balance to an external wallet. In today's announcement, Coinbase noted that it still does not offer services for buying or selling BSV on its platforms.
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After a hard-fork, the US-based Kraken cryptocurrency exchange began supporting both BCH forksFork
– is the intentional use of one code base of a software project to start another. That is, changing the blockchain code to split it into two.Details. But given the unstable state of the network and the threats that have emerged, Kraken cannot guarantee the perfect protection of BSV.
In January, the cryptocurrency provider and BlockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details.com wallet provider announced partial support for BSV, providing its users with some of the same options with BSV as with its four other hosted cryptocurrencies – Bitcoins (BTC), BCH, Ethereum (ETH) and Stellar ( Xlm).
Editor: Yuliya Soroka