Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was originally derived from Bitcoin blockchain, making it one of the most successful Bitcoin hard fork products.
Holding the ranking of the 4th largest currency, Bitcoin Cash represents one of the top blockchain products in the market, said to be able to replace Bitcoin as a more efficient version of the first crypto ever to be issued.
Now, Bitcoin Cash is going through another hard fork, which might result in two separate chains, meaning there could be two different BCH coins.
Which exchange markets are supporting Bitcoin Cash (BCH) for the upcoming support?
Coinbase and Binance Already Announced Support for Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork
The two teams taking care of Bitcoin Cash have encountered some issues that cannot be mutually resolved as the teams are unable to meet each other’s needs.
Bitcoin ABC and team Bitcoin SV have different visions of how the future of Bitcoin Cash should look like so the teams will be performing different implementations that are said to split the chain in two and create another new asset.
Bitcoin SV led by the infamous “fake Satoshi,” is not accepting switching to a more cost-effective and more efficient protocol Proof of Stake, among everything else causing disagreements, so the teams will go separate ways.
There are already exchanges settling in to provide their support during the hard fork, which includes Coinbase and Binance support for BCH hard fork.
The list of the exchanged markets that are confirming their support for the upcoming fork is growing larger, so for now, there are already 11 different exchanges that had announced their support.
That is how Bitcoin Cash fork which is set to take place on November 15th will be supported by Coinbase, Binance, Huobi, OKEx, GDAC, Coinsuper, Bitbank, BitForex, Digifinex, HitBTC, and Upbit.
Ledger wallet also announced their support, adding that in case the chain is split in two, whichever chain would prove to be the dominant would get their full support through the rest of the process.