The recent hard fork of Bitcoin Cash has caused a lot of noise in the crypto community. Some people even blame the collapse of the crypto market on this event. Moreover, as most experts predicted, the fork didn’t proceed smoothly and keeps causing confusion.
One of the newly emerged coins, Bitcoin Cash SV, developed by CoinGeek and supported by Craig Wright, conducted a reorganization of its blocks without any assistance from outside. According to multiple specialists, this is a major violation of the way blockchain functions.
2. This should not be possible in a decentralized system. You can only invalidate your own block and create a new tail if you're the majority miner. BSV is a centralized coin.
Why do they bother with mining. They are clearly no good at it. Use Oracle on Craig's laptop.
— Emin Gün Sirer (@el33th4xor) November 19, 2018
Due to such a frivolity, Bitcoin Cash SV might soon be delisted from major crypto exchanges.
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