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| block_reward            = 12.5 BSV{{efn|group=infobox|from July 2016 to approximately June 2020, halved approximately every four years}}
 
| block_reward            = 12.5 BSV{{efn|group=infobox|from July 2016 to approximately June 2020, halved approximately every four years}}
 
| block_explorer          = {{URL|https://www.svblox.com/}}
 
| block_explorer          = {{URL|https://www.svblox.com/}}
| exchange_rate          = {{increase}} {{US$}}58.01 ({{as of|2018|11|24|lc=y}})<ref name="coinmarketcap">{{cite web|title=Cryptocurrency Market Capitalizations|url=https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-cash-sv/|website=coinmarketcap.com|accessdate=24 November 2018}}</ref>
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| exchange_rate          = {{increase}} {{US$}}99.95 ({{as of|2018|12|07|lc=y}})<ref name="coinmarketcap">{{cite web|title=Cryptocurrency Market Capitalizations|url=https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-cash-sv/|website=coinmarketcap.com|accessdate=7 December 2018}}</ref>
 
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'''Bitcoin SV (Bitcoin Satoshi Vision)''' is a [[cryptocurrency]]. The declared goal of the project is to realize alleged vision of the creator of [[Bitcoin]] known as [[Satoshi Nakamoto]] by restoring the features of the original bitcoin protocol<ref name="bitcoinsv">{{cite web|title=Bitcoin SV Roadmap|url=https://bitcoinsv.io/roadmap///|website=bitcoinsv.io|accessdate=24 November 2018}}</ref> and by enabling unlimited sized blocks. Bitcoin SV is endorsed by Australian computer scientist [[Craig Steven Wright|Craig Wright]], a public figure who claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, however, these claims are not reliable due to the lack of a proof of knowledge of the private keys controlling the first bitcoins. After Bitcoin Cash block height #556766, the miners had to decide which fork, out of the two, would be supported by their SHA-256 hash power. The ''de facto'' Bitcoin Cash chain is currently [[Bitcoin ABC|Bitcoin-Adjustable Blocksize Cap]], known as Bitcoin-ABC, due to having the most hash power out of the two forks<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://breakermag.com/the-bitcoin-cash-hash-war-by-the-numbers/|title=The Bitcoin Cash Hash War By The Numbers|last=Faife|first=Corin|date=11 November 2018|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>.
 
'''Bitcoin SV (Bitcoin Satoshi Vision)''' is a [[cryptocurrency]]. The declared goal of the project is to realize alleged vision of the creator of [[Bitcoin]] known as [[Satoshi Nakamoto]] by restoring the features of the original bitcoin protocol<ref name="bitcoinsv">{{cite web|title=Bitcoin SV Roadmap|url=https://bitcoinsv.io/roadmap///|website=bitcoinsv.io|accessdate=24 November 2018}}</ref> and by enabling unlimited sized blocks. Bitcoin SV is endorsed by Australian computer scientist [[Craig Steven Wright|Craig Wright]], a public figure who claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, however, these claims are not reliable due to the lack of a proof of knowledge of the private keys controlling the first bitcoins. After Bitcoin Cash block height #556766, the miners had to decide which fork, out of the two, would be supported by their SHA-256 hash power. The ''de facto'' Bitcoin Cash chain is currently [[Bitcoin ABC|Bitcoin-Adjustable Blocksize Cap]], known as Bitcoin-ABC, due to having the most hash power out of the two forks<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://breakermag.com/the-bitcoin-cash-hash-war-by-the-numbers/|title=The Bitcoin Cash Hash War By The Numbers|last=Faife|first=Corin|date=11 November 2018|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>.
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Calvin Ayre, who's company Coingeek had the most hash rate invested in Bitcoin SV during the hash war, confirmed that Bitcoin SV will not fight for the ticker anymore and will henceforth continue under the new ticker BSV<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-23/bitcoin-cash-wars-end-with-no-relief-for-biggest-cryptocurrency|title=Bitcoin Cash Wars End With No Relief for Biggest Cryptocurrency|last=Kharif|first=Olga|date=23 November 2018|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=7 December 2018}}</ref>.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 07:01, 8 December 2018

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Template:Infobox cryptocurrency Bitcoin SV (Bitcoin Satoshi Vision) is a cryptocurrency. The declared goal of the project is to realize alleged vision of the creator of Bitcoin known as Satoshi Nakamoto by restoring the features of the original bitcoin protocol[1] and by enabling unlimited sized blocks. Bitcoin SV is endorsed by Australian computer scientist Craig Wright, a public figure who claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, however, these claims are not reliable due to the lack of a proof of knowledge of the private keys controlling the first bitcoins. After Bitcoin Cash block height #556766, the miners had to decide which fork, out of the two, would be supported by their SHA-256 hash power. The de facto Bitcoin Cash chain is currently Bitcoin-Adjustable Blocksize Cap, known as Bitcoin-ABC, due to having the most hash power out of the two forks[2].

Calvin Ayre, who's company Coingeek had the most hash rate invested in Bitcoin SV during the hash war, confirmed that Bitcoin SV will not fight for the ticker anymore and will henceforth continue under the new ticker BSV[3].

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