Bitcoin Split Again: Introducing Bitcoin Gold

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Nov/09/2017

A third Bitcoin split? CNBC points out the difference between Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold below with news that Bitcoin Gold will be launching this weekend. 

Originally set for a public launch on Nov. 1, the project is backed LightningASIC, a seller of mining hardware based in Hong Kong, CoinDesk.com reports.

Bitcoin now accounts for as much as 40% of all transactions at some of today’s largest online gambling outfits.


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