With the increase in the global adoption rate and influence of BCH, the related hot events are also increasing. This article hopes to summarize the news in the past two weeks in chronological order by way of event summary. Help fans understand BCH more clearly.
Crowdfunding organization Flipstarter beta has successfully raised funds
The first beta project of Flipstarter, a crowdfunding organization created by volunteers in the community, has cooperated with the charity group EatBCH on March 14th. In addition to special promotional activities, the Flipstarter team spent two weeks to raise funds to support EatBCH Charitable work in Venezuela and South Sudan, raised 20 BCH for EatBCH, and completed the phased goal. The Flipstarter team introduced that beta activities require users to donate on the Electron Cash Wallet Windows client. This donation method can encourage public accountability for the project and increase fairness to funders, and provide the project with interaction with potential funders. The way.
Freetrader releases BCHN team work report
The freetrader of the BCHN team released the "Work Report of the Chief Maintainer of the BCHN Client". The report details the developer's recent work and said that the BCHN project is accelerating the development. The team has been updating documents, modifying the project infrastructure, and establishing a transparent process. Some progress has been made on other projects. Up to now, the client has put forward 51 issues, 18 of which have been resolved, and 33 have yet to be resolved; 100 merge requests have been submitted, 86 have been merged, 10 have been closed (including those that have been rejected or cancelled), and 4 have to be merged. Up to now, 3 mining pools (pool.bitcoin.com, ASICseer, and SBI Crypto) have supported BCHN clients. Users can download them at https://bitcoincash.network/voting/ and https://cash.coin.dance/blocks View the data of BCHN users, miners, mining pools, etc. on the website, and more about the work plan and completion of the BCHN team can be viewed at https://read.cash/@freetrader/bchn-lead-maintainer-report-2020-03-14-0f0112ec
BCH Community Donates to CashFusion Security Audit Fund
CashFusion is an extension of CashShuffle, a mixed coin protocol for BCH. It improves cryptocurrencies by allowing users to fuse them without paying an equal amount. In order to ensure that CashFusion can provide the highest level of privacy before release, it will accept Kudelski Security (with CashShuffle, the same provider of cybersecurity solutions). Due to the complex nature of the CashFusion agreement, this review will cost USD 50,000. The BCH community has rushed to raise funds for this project. At present, the CashFusion Security Audit Fund has received more than 500 donations at the receiving address, with a total amount close to USD 39,000. Close to 78% of goals achieved. This amount is managed by Bitcoin.com. In addition, Bitcoin.com announced that no matter how much they donate, they will donate the same amount. If the $ 50,000 fundraising goal is completed, their additional $ 50,000 will be used to pay the developers' daily life. cost.
French commercial court rules: BCH from 17-year fork belongs to borrower
The French newspaper Les Échos reported that the French Nanterre Commercial Court ruled on the issue of BCH attribution in 2017 when the French exchange Paymium borrowed 1,000 BTC from British investment company BitSpread in 2014. The court held that the BTC in the case was a replaceable intangible asset and an exchangeable commodity like fiat money. The court finally ruled that the BCH resulting from the fork belongs to the borrower just like a shareholder's dividend.
Japan: Flexible BCH Party Forms to Address Epidemics
Akane Yokoo, the organizer of the Japanese BCH party, said that due to the new crown epidemic, Japan ’s BCH offline party was cancelled, but starting this Wednesday, the BCH meeting in Tokyo and Osaka was changed to an online virtual meeting using VR technology. To address the inability to hold offline parties to support merchants, they plan to provide a venue's BCH address at each party so members can pay BCH at will to support the venue remotely. Participants can easily show new members how to use BCH through text, voice or video, and can practice sending and receiving BCH just like in real life.
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