We’ve been closely monitoring Bitcoin Cash (BCH) since the hard fork on August 1st and wanted to provide a brief update to our users.
Within the next 8 weeks, we’ll be rolling out limited support for BCH via the settings panel in your Blockchain Wallet. Users with balances of bitcoin in their Blockchain Wallet on August 1st will be able to access an equal balance, as of August 1st, of bitcoin cash.
While no immediate action is necessary, rest assured that your funds are secure. Blockchain wallets are non-custodial and you hold the private keys, meaning you always have full, exclusive access to your funds — which are always accessible with your recovery phrase.
Welcome to our weekly bitcoin news recap, where we cover top headlines and stories in the world of bitcoin each week. This week, an article co-written by Arthur Levitt Jr., former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Blockchain CEO Peter Smith, challenges bitcoin critics and highlights why the bitcoin blockchain is disrupting payments. We also learned about the first bitcoin software release that will include Segregated Witness code, in an effort to eventually be able to scale transaction capacity. In market-related news, headlines demonstrate the bitcoin price has recovered since earlier this month, and in Japan, trading volume has seen tremendous growth over the past year. Get all this news and more, in our weekly recap.
Read more “Bitcoin News for the week of 8/15/16”
Welcome to our weekly bitcoin news recap, where we cover top headlines and stories in the world of bitcoin each week. This was an exciting week for us here at Blockchain, as we released a major update to our wallet that will help make bitcoin accessible and easier to use for everyone. Also this week, we saw a lot of great information on new changes coming down the road in bitcoin, from technical innovations all the way to new investments and capital. Get all this news and more, in this week’s Blockchain recap.
Read more “Bitcoin News for the week of 2/1/16”