Updated: 11/16/2018 00:12
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Another Bitcoin hardfork took place
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Another Bitcoin hardfork took place

On November 15, 2018 hardfork took place in the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network. The first block in the Bitcoin ABC blockchain has been added by pool. The last “common block” was SVPool block # 556,766, after which the protocol update was activated. Right before the hardfork Roger Wer reported that his pool had sent a significant amount of power to Bitcoin ABC mining.

    The pool now has more hash rate on it than the entire BCH network had earlier today.
    Bitcoin is cash for the world! #BitcoinCash #bitcoincashfork

    — Roger Ver (@rogerkver)

Bitfinex Exchange announced the transfer of BAB and BSV coins to the accounts of BCH holders.

    BAB and BSV have been successfully credited to Bitfinex users and BCH positions have been claimed. The BCH symbol will not be assigned until the fork is complete.

    — Bitfinex (@bitfinex)

Poloniex has converted all BCH balance sheets into BCHABC and BCHSV assets. At the same time, the BCH market became unavailable. Instead, the BCHABC / BTC, BCHSV / BTC, BCHABC / USDC and BCHSV / USDC trading pairs appeared. BCHABC and BCHSV assets ins/outs is not yet available, though it will open when the network stabilizes.

    We’ve finished converting all BCH balances to BCHABC and BCHSV. The BCH market is now disabled. BCHABC/BTC, BCHSV/BTC, BCHABC/USDC, and BCHSV/USDC markets are open. Deposits and withdrawals of BCHABC and BCHSV are still paused, and will remain paused until the networks stabilize.

    — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex)

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