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The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network is set to upgrade the base block size in less than a week. On Tuesday, May 15, the BCH network will upgrade the base block size to 32MB. For perspective, the original size was 8MB. This means the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network will be increasing the size by 4X. This upgrade will vastly increase the transaction speed courting adopters to switch to the new update.
The development team has also added ‘Satoshi OP_Codes,’ and the fork will also increase the protocol’s default data-carrier-size to 220 bytes. Unless you run a BCH full node implementation there is not much a common user needs to do.
There are already two hard forks that have been carried out on Bitcoin Cash (BCH); the original fork from Bitcoin and the fork to solve the difficulty adjustment algorith...
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