Precio de Bitcoin CashBCH

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¿Cuánto vale un Bitcoin Cash?

El precio de hoy de Bitcoin Cash es de $104,45 con una cifra de negocios diaria de trading de $30,12M. El precio de Bitcoin Cash ha subida 0.16% en las últimas 24 horas. El precio de BCH a USD se actualiza en tiempo real. La clasificación de capitalización de mercado actual de esta cripto es la n.º 26, con una capitalización de mercado en tiempo real de $2,02B. Tiene un suministro circulante de 19.158.418 BCH y un suministro total de 21.000.000 BCH.

Rendimiento del precio de Bitcoin Cash en USD

Periodo de tiempo
Cambiar importe
% cambio
Hoy$ -0,30-0,28%
7 días$ 4,564,57%
30 días$ -2,90-2,70%
Este año$ -265,47-71,76%

Información de mercado sobre Bitcoin Cash

Mín/Máx diario
Mínimo diario$103,70
Último precio $104,45
Máximo diario$106,24
Clasificación del índice de popularidad
Calificación de capitalización de mercado
Capitalización de mercado
Tasa de favoritismo
Máximo histórico
Mínimo histórico
Fecha de lanzamiento inicial
Precio de lanzamiento inicial
Suministro circulante
19.158.418 BCH
Capitalización de mercado al suministro en circulación

Sobre Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash is both a cryptocurrency and the decentralized blockchain network on which it transacts. You might also see Bitcoin Cash referred to as its ticker symbol, BCH. As a fork of Bitcoin, or BTC, Bitcoin Cash is very similar to the original cryptocurrency. The most significant difference is the amount of transaction data the individual blocks of each network can store. Bitcoin Cash was created in 2017 following years of disagreement within the original Bitcoin community. Increasing Bitcoin adoption led to a rising number of transactions competing for the same limited block space. When there are too many transactions to fit in a single block, miners prioritize those including the highest fees. Rising transaction fees made Bitcoin less viable for smaller payments. Opinions were split on how best to scale Bitcoin. Some reasoned that raising the block size would increase overall capacity — reducing the need to outbid other users' transaction fees. Others argued that this would lead to network centralization, since node operators would need more expensive hardware to store the entire blockchain. Instead, they advocated scaling using layers above the main chain. In August 2017, those Bitcoin miners favoring larger blocks introduced the change. It split the network, and all wallets holding BTC at the time received an equal number of the new BCH. Since then, Bitcoin Cash has continued to increase the maximum block size. As of January 2021, Bitcoin Cash blocks can be up to 32 MB. Bitcoin Cash plans to continue increasing block sizes gradually. Updates are scheduled every six months. While most previous hard fork updates have been non-contentious, two that met miner resistance led to the chain splits that created Bitcoin SV in 2018 and Bitcoin Cash ABC in 2020.
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