Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Exchange and Wallet: See where to Buy or Sell Your Bitcoin Cash


Bitcoin Cash (BCC/BCH) implementation is getting close.
Let’s see who’s ready for the fork.

Exchanges

On July 17, ViaBTC announced that they accept the hard fork, start a new mining pool, list BCC, and change BTC to BCC at a rate 1:1.
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On July 23, OKCoin and OKEX announced that they accept the hard fork, list BCC and change BTC to BCC at a rate 1:1.

On July 8, BTCBox announced that they accept the hard fork.
Team: “In April of this year, demand for virtual currencies has been increasing more than ever since the ‘revised fund settlement law’ etc. came into effect in order to optimize the service on the virtual currency. BTCBox has also seen an increase in customer assets under management expected from an increase in new customers, as well as an increase in sales of Bitcoin.”
On July 24, Bithumb announced that they accept the hard fork, list BCC and change BTC to BCC at a rate 1:1.
On July 31, Mercury Cash announced that they accept the hard fork, list BCC, and make exchanges BCC/USD and USD/BCC.
On July 27, Huobi announced that they list BCC.
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On July 27, QuadrigaCX announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC and give users the same amount Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 25, toubi.com announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC and give users the same amount Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 26, Korbit announced that they accept the hard fork, list BCC and give users the same amount Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
Team: “In the event that Bitcoin Cash gains traction, we may enable Bitcoin Cash trading, within a few days after the UAHF, if and when we deem it safe to do so. If we do, we plan to allocate to our users Bitcoin Cash at a 1:1 ratio with Bitcoin based on users’ Bitcoin balance at the time of the UAHF.”
On July 19, BTCPOP announced that they accept all chains after hard fork.
On July 27, Kraken announced that they will list BCC, and give some Bitcoin Cash based on their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 24, Coinfloor announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC. On July 28, the company declared that it lists it and gives users the same amount of Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 26, HitBTC announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC.
On July 27, QUOINEXCHANGE announced that they accept the hard fork, list BCC, and give users the same amount of Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 27, Bitfinex announced that they accept the hard fork, list BCC, and give some Bitcoin Cash based on their current holdings of Bitcoin.
Team: “A minority of Bitcoin miners will be forking on Aug. 1, 2017 to create a new chain called Bitcoin Cash. The fork does not impact Bitcoin balances, but it creates a new token. At the time of the fork, all Bitcoin addresses holding a balance will automatically have equivalent balances in Bitcoin Cash.”
On July 28, BitGrail announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC, but only if the situation is stabilized. In addition, the company gives some Bitcoin Cash based on their current holdings of Bitcoin.
Bitgrail update on BTC and BCC situation.
On July 29, BitStarEX announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC, but only if the situation is stabilized. In addition, the company gives users the same amount Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 29, Mercado Bitcoin announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC, but only if the situation is stabilized. In addition, the company gives some Bitcoin Cash based on their current holdings of Bitcoin.
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MrCoin announced that they will make transactions with both BTC and BCC, but only if the situation is stabilized.
From July 31, YoBit makes exchanges BTC/BCC and BCC/BTC.

Wallets

On July 22, Bitmain announced that they accept the hard fork, follow to a protocol Bitcoin ABC, and grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash. One of the initiators of the hard fork.They talked about it in June and made a manifesto.
On July 28, Bitcoin Classic announced that they accept the hard fork, allow users to change BTC to BCH, and grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash.
Bitcoin Unlimited can be named one of the initiators for the hard fork. They declared disagreement with SegWit in April.
In July, BXT announced they accept the hard fork and grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash.
Team: “The XT mission statement defines what the project believes is important: commitment to these principles are what differentiates us from Bitcoin Core. We try to follow Satoshi's original vision, as it is that vision which brought the Bitcoin community together.”
On July 24, Ledger announced they accept the hard fork, allow users to change BTC to BCH and grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash.
Team: “As a result, all Bitcoin holders will be granted a new duplicated Bitcoin Cash balance (literally air-dropped free money). If the fork activates — this post and the follow ups will describe how you can best secure this new balance, then decide to trade it, hold it or sell it as you wish.”
On July 27, TREZOR announced that they accept the hard fork, allow users to change BTC to BCH and grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash.
Electron Cash is a fork of the popular wallet Electrum. This branch was founded on July 31. They accept the hard fork and grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash.
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On July 27, BTC.com announced that they grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash and give users the same amount Bitcoin Cash as in their current holdings of Bitcoin.
On July 28, Freewallet announced that they grant new wallets with Bitcoin Cash and give some Bitcoin Cash based on their current holdings of Bitcoin. They also launch the first mobile wallet for BCC.
  • Coinomi
On July 22, Coinomi announced that they accept all chains after hard fork.

Who is not welcoming BCC

A lot of exchanges and wallets are strongly against new cryptocurrency, such as Bitconnect, GDEX, Electrum, Blockchain.info and others. Most of them are not sure that Bitcoin Cash is secure enough to use it for transactions.
That's why any BCC withdrawals are not allowed for the users.
Poloniex exchange made some changes to their terms just a couple of hours ago. It states that  “Poloniex is not responsible for operation of the underlying software and networks...makes no guarantee of functionality, security or availability of such software and networks.”
Today is a momentous day. It is possible that some platforms will change their mind, so stay updated with Cointelegraph news.
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