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Bitcoin SV Delisting Inspires Anti-BCH movements, As Petition Calls For The Delisting of Bitcoin Cash From All Exchanges, Says “its pretty much the same as BSV”

As the drama continues to unfold with Craig S Wright, Calvin Ayre, and BSV, the cryptocurrency space could face major changes. Major exchanges have begun to delist Bitcoin SV because of the actions of its leaders. The price of BSV has subsequently crashed hard since the announcement by Binance to delist the cryptocurrency. While the delisting was applauded by most crypto experts, some warned that such actions could cause chaos in the industry. The popular bitcoin developer Jimmy Song has spoken out against delisting BSV, but he still warns against the freewheeling delisting of cryptocurrencies. “Imagine how a bunch of gullible people would react to a sociopath being shown as a liar. That is how the BSV folk are reacting to Craig being exposed about his claim to be Satoshi. They are horrified about the prospect of being wrong and losing money. #CraigIsASociopath,” song said on Twitter. But he also made it clear that exchanges should not hold the only key to the cryptocurrency community. He warned that delistings could have an overall negative impact on the crypto world. Unpopular opinion: Delisting coins is satisfying short term, but ultimately bad. It’s giving the perception that exchanges are king-makers or legitimatizers. They are not. — Jimmy Song (호들놋) (@jimmysong) April 17, 2019 Song issued these warnings knowing that cries for the delisting of other digital assets would probably follow. Examples of such outcry have been seen all over social media. Once such example is a petition that has been started on to delist BCH along with BSV. The petition’s mission is clearly stated. “More and more exchanges are delisting BITCOIN SV (BSV), Same should happen for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) since its only causing confusion and its pretty much the same as BSV” Links to the petition were posted on social media sites and received a variety of mixed reactions. But the top upvoted response on the Reddit post was a plea to pump the breaks on delistings. “I don’t support Bch but this is a slippery slope. Bsv had it coming but let’s reign it in there for the time being imo.” But the fever is apparently spreading to some of the big players. We recently reported that BCH was delisted by SBI, the Japanese financial services leader on April 16th. If the movement to remove BCH from exchanges can spread as much as the urge to delist BSV, it can have a huge impact on the price of Bitcoin align with the rest of the cryptocurrency market. It will be interesting to see if pressure builds to delist other notable cryptocurrencies. The post Bitcoin SV Delisting Inspires Anti-BCH movements, As Petition Calls For The Delisting of Bitcoin Cash From All Exchanges, Says “its pretty much the same as BSV” appeared first on ZyCrypto.

Bitcoin SV [BSV]: Calvin Ayre urges BSV holders to file class action suit against Kraken for delisting

The Bitcoin SV saga continues with another set of lawsuits from the BSV camp set to rock the industry. However, this legal charge is not spearheaded by Calvin Ayre and Craig S Wright, but the BSV holders. Kraken became the latest heavyweight exchange to delist Satoshi’s Vision on April 16, following Binance. After this ousting, Ayre claimed, that the exchange’s BSV holders are taking legal action. In a tweet, less than 12 hours after Kraken’s booting out of the coin, the BSV proponent stated that “US companies,” are “preparing lawsuits,” against the San Francisco exchange. His tweet read: Source: Twitter In addition to the “companies” looking to target Kraken with “lawsuits,” Ayre suggested that the exchange has “cut off BSV withdrawals.” He added that such an “illegal” move should result in the BSV account holders filing a “class action suit” against the exchange. Kraken’s official blog post regarding the delisting clearly spelled out that the BSV deposits will only be disabled on April 22, following which trading on the listed trading pairs will conclude seven days later. More importantly, withdrawals will be permitted till the end of the next month i.e. May 31 allowing plenty of time for BSV holders to pull their funds out of the exchange. Despite no mention of a change in the terms of the withdrawal by Kraken, Ayre attests to the “illegal” change. His tweet stated: Source: Twitter Bitcoin SV has been no stranger to using the legal path to engage the cryptocurrency community. Over the past week, Ayre and Wright have been launching a slew of legal notices to those who claim that Wright is a “fraud.” Unsurprisingly, the community is opposed to their “bullying,” with Kraken CEO referring to the BSV “founders” as “total assholes” upon delisting the coin. The Reddit BSV-community appeared to be disgruntled by the lawsuits and by Kraken’s behavior, first with the poll hinting at delisting and their official announcement. One user, pafkatabg drew a parallel with the stock market: “Imagine Nasdaq’s CEO to start a twitter poll if they should delist TESLA, because Elon Musk’s behaviour is toxic and this twitter poll results in 20%+ drop in the price. It’s clear market manipulation. Kraken’s actions are hard to explain with valid reasons. It’s all about emotions.” Fount4inhead opined: “The poll is absurd I know. We all know that majority of customers for exchanges are speculators and so a poll like this is equivilant to having a horse race and then asking participants to remove certain horses from the race after bets are placed, of course they vote yes.” The post Bitcoin SV [BSV]: Calvin Ayre urges BSV holders to file class action suit against Kraken for delisting appeared first on AMBCrypto.

Kraken Delists Bitcoin SV Following Online Poll from Over 70,000 Users

U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has delisted Bitcoin SV (BSV), per an official announcement on its blog.In the announcement, the exchange noted that the digital asset had exhibited behavior opposite to its standards and those of the wider crypto community.“Over the last few months, the team behind Bitcoin SV have engaged in behaviour completely antithetical to everything we at Kraken and the wider crypto community stands for,” the post reads.The delisting came on the heels of an opinion poll conducted on Twitter by the exchange in light of the recent behavior of BSV’s creator, Craig Wright. The poll gathered over 70,000 votes, with a whopping 71 percent of respondents voting to delist the currency.Kraken joins an expanding list of exchanges and crypto wallet operators to have ceased support for BSV. The list includes names like ShapeShift, Binance, SatoWallet and Blockchain. This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.
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Pyrrhic Victory: Bitcoin SV delisting has stoked a fear within the market; are exchanges kingmakers?

Bitcoin SV [BSV] being ousted by the top cryptocurrency exchange in the world, Binance, was seen as a triumph for the collective industry, a victory over “bullies” trying to press their “false” claim through forceful litigation. Many cryptocurrency proponents lauded Binance and several other exchanges that followed, as fighting back against the BSV camp. In the midst of all this, the very principle that was being upheld was being weaponized, according to many in the space. Within a day, three top exchanges voiced their opposition against one coin, leading to the price dropping by over 20 percent. Some decided to veer away from the trending #DelistBSV campaign and took a step back to look at the larger picture that was painted through this delisting dilemma. The likes of Jimmy Song, the vocal Bitcoin [BTC] developer, and author, as well as Nic Carter, the co-founder of Coin Metrics, said that Binance’s delisting reveals the firm grip that exchanges have on the complete cryptocurrency market. DECENTRALITY: Not just for cryptocurrencies You would expect Jimmy Song, an outspoken critic of the BSV project, who has called the project a “fraud” and Craig S Wright a “scammer,” to be ecstatic with BSV being axed out. However, he stated that to take temporary joy in delisting of a cryptocurrency from an exchange behemoth like Binance was myopic, and in the long-term, this will be “bad.” He added that given this cut-throat response by exchanges, not isolated to Binance, they will be seen as “kingmakers,” when, in reality, they are far from it. Song tweeted: “Unpopular opinion: Delisting coins is satisfying short term, but ultimately bad. It’s giving the perception that exchanges are king-makers or legitimatizers. They are not.” Many in the community have echoed Song’s claim, adding that the centrality of control is not just for networks and virtual currencies, but also for exchanges. If one exchange’s decision can have such a spiraling effect on a coin, what’s stopping them from imposing the same pressure on other cryptocurrencies, asked many skeptics. Nic Carter opined that the susceptibility of Bitcoin SV to exploitation due to its dwindling hashrate should be the main reason behind exchanges delisting the coin, and not merely the actions of its spearheads. He stated that due to the whimsical nature of many exchanges following the top exchanges’ footsteps, it does “evidence how much power exchanges have.” He added that this sentiment is not limited to the BSV camp: “If fraud from the chief promoters is sufficient reason for delisting from Binance… almost everything should be delisted. We’re still in the wild west era of cryptocurrency, like it or not totally unregulated, unaccountable exchanges are the kingmakers. I for one am excited for this to change.” Exchanges have infused into the very core of decentralized currency, but the need for a decentralized exchange is now more than ever, stated many. However, if isolated public sentiments are to be gauged, it would still point to delisting, as pointed by many to be sufficient evidence to a decentralized decision to delist. PRINCIPLED PARALLEL On the other side of the aisle, the delisting defenders can be classified in two categories. The one’s that argue on principle and the ones that argue on the specific anecdote in question. Principled arguments surround the freedom of any exchange to list and delist any coin they would like, based on set parameters. The ethics of free speech were leveled by many as being the fundamental reason for exchanges to not just follow the top-dog but platform or de-platform a project. Additionally, these exchanges are private enterprises, after all, not bound by a legal or constitutional document to adhere to a collective cause, that would be against what the crypto-space stands for. Furthermore, Binance did not act unilaterally or unexpectedly, CZ hinted at the delisting days before the actual announcement. In that time, Binance could have gauged public sentiment, which was tilted heavily towards delisting, prior to pulling the trigger. The delisting was not a step taken out of personal malice on Binance’s or CZ’s part, it was a growing movement that the vast swaths of the community echoed. The anecdotal reasoning behind the Bitcoin SV delisting was down to the performance of the coin. In the words of Eric Lombrozo, the co-CEO and CTO of Ciphrex group, the “mountain of evidence that something is being sold through deliberate forgeries and your potential liabilities outweigh any revenue, it is no longer a good business decision to continue to offer it.” Many latched on to this claim, referring to the coin as a “scam” and if this knowledge is shared by exchanges, there is all the more reason a delisting is the only right thing to do. Peter McCormack, the WhatBitcoinDid podcast host who was hit with a legal notice from the BSV camp stated that “if you see fraud, and do not say fraud, you are a fraud,” referencing the words of Nassim Taleb, from the book “Skin in the Game.” The claim of the coin is a “fraud,” and everyone’s duty to report the same should be sufficient reason for delisting by exchanges. Despite the division of opinion, Bitcoin SV’s delisting has been met with open arms by the collective community. However, a fear has been stoked within a few that the exchanges, which were once seen as intermediaries, have surged to a point where they can have a detrimental impact on the future of not just one virtual currency but the market as a whole. The post Pyrrhic Victory: Bitcoin SV delisting has stoked a fear within the market; are exchanges kingmakers? appeared first on AMBCrypto.

The case against Bitcoin SV: Delisting, toxicity, and controversy

Bitcoin SV, headed up by the contentious Craig Wright, has been knocked in the markets following the delisting from several major exchanges, such as Binance, Kraken, and Shapeshift. Following Binance’s decision to delist Bitcoin SV, Kraken set up a poll on Twitter to gain an idea of what their customers want. Should Kraken delist Bitcoin SV (BSV)? #delistbsv — Kraken Exchange (@krakenfx) April 15, 2019 The poll closed with a majority of 71% of the 70,000+ Twitter voters wanting Bitcoin SV delisted because of its ‘toxicity’ in the cryptocurrency market. Only 4% voted to keep the token for price discovery and a 3% sliver voted to keep it because they think that “it’s awesome“. In the press release, Kraken explained the reason for the poll and the subsequent delisting of Bitcoin SV: “Over the last few months, the team behind Bitcoin SV have engaged in behaviour completely antithetical to everything we at Kraken and the wider crypto community stands for. It started with fraudulent claims, escalating to threats and legal action, with the BSV team suing a number of people speaking out against them. The threats made last week to individual members of the community were the last straw.” Bitcoin SV losing value Looking at the past week of Bitcoin SV according to Brave New Coin, it’s obvious that the news has knocked the token by a shocking 35% at a time when the rest of the cryptocurrency market is showing growth. This comes as a result of the founder of Bitcoin SV Craig Wright, who has been stirring the world of cryptocurrency by claiming he is Satoshi Nakamoto, put a bounty on Twitter user Holdonaut. Wright has offered up $5000 for anyone who knows the person behind the anonymous Twitter account, claiming defamation and abuse through tweets posted. Peter McCormack, creator of podcast ‘What Bitcoin Did’, expressed his excitement at Wright’s token being delisted from Kraken. Kraken has delisted Bitcoin SV. We are winning! — Peter McCormack (@PeterMcCormack) April 16, 2019 The post The case against Bitcoin SV: Delisting, toxicity, and controversy appeared first on Coin Insider.
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Bitcoin Developer Jimmy Song: “Delisting coins is satisfying short term, but ultimately bad”

The issue of Binance delisting Bitcoin SV (BSV) and the Craig Wright controversy has flooded the media in the last few days, and the crypto community has been polarised on the subject. Jimmy Song, a notable figure in the industry has also voiced his thoughts on the matter. In a tweet on 17 April, Song said delisting coins for personal reasons may bring immediate gratification but has long term, negative impacts on the ecosystem. In his opinion, this action gives the impression that exchanges can do and undo, which is not true. Although Binance cited incompetence as its motive for delisting BSV, it is quite obvious that it was in a bid to hit back at Craig Wright, the creator of the coin. This makes it a personal fight rather than a decision taken to better the experience of users on the platform and is therefore bad for the crypto space. Another exchange Shapeshift also took a step to delist BSV shortly after Binance did and it was expected that Kraken would follow suit because of its Twitter poll which found over 75% of respondents moving for BSV to be delisted. Unsurprisingly, Kraken has finally delisted the coin, clearly stating its reason as misconduct and unethical behavior exhibited by the BSV team. Meanwhile, another exchange PayBito gave a press release on 17 April stating its decision to list BSV. This is coming precisely at the same time the Kraken delisting news was released. The exchange cited BSV’s cheaper transaction, higher scalability than BCH its rival as its motivation for listing the coin. It also listed many other qualifying criteria such as a good team of developers and compliance to regulations, the same features Binance claims the coin lacks and the reason for delisting. Also on 16 April, a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange SBI Virtual Currencies announced its decision to list BSV. Apparently, the exchange has a working relationship with BSV and may have taken the step to help BSV get back on its feet after the devastating effect of Binance’s action on the price of the coin. BSV lost 20% in a 24 hour period while BCH gained significantly to lead the top gainers on the market. The trend is gradually changing though with BSV currently having a loss of just over 1% while BCH is at a loss of over 2%. The next few days will be important in determining what happens to the two rivals based on choices made by other exchanges. The post Bitcoin Developer Jimmy Song: “Delisting coins is satisfying short term, but ultimately bad” appeared first on ZyCrypto.
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BTC and ADA Are Showing Positive Signs With Strong Bullruns and Weaker Corrections

The cryptomarket is going through some good times, recovering from the sharp fall it had during 2018. The recovery of the global marketcap, and the high number of developments around cryptos and blockchain technologies has led many analysts to claim that we are close to witnessing not only a stabilization of the markets but also a bullish trend in the short term. Of all the crypto currencies on the ecosystem, BTC has always been the reference token, not only for holding the most powerful position in the top 10 but also for having the highest number of users and software developments. BTC is Having a Great Week BTC has experienced a significant price increase. After a period of constant “Bart Simpsons”, it finally seems that the most important cryptocurrency in the world broke the 5k resistance. This marks an a crucial milestone as it is a a value that could not be reached for months. However, during the last few hours BTC was curiously bullish. The token easily broke the 5.4K to flirt with the 5.6K band. If this trend continues, it could be said that BTC has been bullish for the entire past week, winning between 500 to 600 Dollars per token. BTC. 30 minute candles. After the big green candle, 5580 has become a new support Bitcoin (BTC) 1day candles. courtesy Tradingview Cardano (ADA) Also Shows Some Positive Signs Another token that has been specially bullish is Cardano (ADA) The project that promises to solve the “blockchain trilemma” experienced a a surge of about 10% in less than 24h, standing at one point almost at $0.08 per token. One of the reasons for this rise is the positive reaction of the market to the announcement by Charles Hoskinson (head of the project) saying that IOHK managed to close a an association with the Ethiopian government to popularize the use of Cardano in that region. According to Mr. Hoskinson, thanks to this partnership the Ethiopian authorities, the government will allow its citizens to use ADA to make payments as if it were fiat. Also, residents of Addis Ababa, the capital of the country, will be able to use ADA to pay for public transport services in the city. Right now, Cardano (ADA) experienced a correction that placed the token back to the support at 0.074 USD. The token then went up again to 0.075 with signs of another possible bullish trend in the short term Currently the bullish trend seems to be solid in most of the markets. The signs of a trend reversal are not strong enough to be frightened, however it is important to follow the charts, remembering that cryptocurrencies are extremely volatile. The post BTC and ADA Are Showing Positive Signs With Strong Bullruns and Weaker Corrections appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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USDX Wallet Announces Integration with First Crypto Exchange, ExMarkets

April 23rd, 2019, Frankfurt, Germany – USDX Wallet is a mobile-first instant transfers solution powered by blockchain technology. It targets crypto holders, allowing individuals to send and receive funds quickly and fee-free. It also covers the needs of an unbanked audience, and those who don’t want to pay commissions within traditional money transfer mobile apps. The USDX Wallet app guarantees multi-level security for all transactions and instant transfers of assets by username, phone number or QR code. The native blockchain used by the USDX Wallet is based on the BitShares protocol and allows 100,000 transactions per second. USDX and LHT Tokenomics The payment system has two cryptocurrencies at its core: USDX token and LHT coin. The USDX token is a stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar at a 1:1 ratio via a smart contract. USDX is collateralized by the system’s core cryptocurrency, LHT. The total supply of LHT is 1 billion coins. LHT coins will be released gradually to the market; only 10% of the LHT supply will be issued each year, of which 5% will be freely tradeable and 5% will be locked on the blockchain to provide 200% collateralization. Recent Developments USDX Wallet has not held any private sales or presales, as it has received a sufficiently large venture investment. Future profits of the project will come from business account fees. From December 2018 to January 2019, there was an airdrop that attracted tens of thousands of participants. At the moment, USDX Wallet has surpassed 50,000 verified accounts. For the last several months the team behind the app have been implementing integration with crypto exchanges. The first platform to list LHT will be ExMarkets exchange, with two more exchanges to come. On Exmarkets, LHT will be available in trading pairs with Bitcoin (LHT/BTC) and Ethereum (LHT/ETH). About Exmarkets ExMarkets is a digital asset exchange platform powered by the state-of-the-art trading engine developed in-house. On the exchange, ExMarkets users can trade the most popular cryptocurrencies as well as gain the chance to participate in the token sales of the most promising blockchain and crypto projects through ExMarkets Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) LaunchPad. Recently, ExMarkets was granted two operational licenses for crypto-fiat gateway and custodian service provision by the Estonian regulator making it one of the few certified players in the market. Also, ExMarkets supports EUR (SEPA transfers) deposits to the cryptocurrency exchange and is a part of the CoinStruction liquidity framework which is aggregating order-books from the most well-known cryptocurrency exchanges guaranteeing 24/7 crypto liquidity. It takes only a few minutes to set up an account; users are allowed to make deposits in Bitcoin, Ethereum, other supported cryptocurrencies, and tokens. ________________________________ For more information on USDX Wallet, visit The free USDX Wallet app is available on Google Play and the App Store. Follow USDX Wallet on Medium, Twitter, Facebook and Telegram. ExMarkets platform Media Contact Details Contact Name: Maria Lobanova Contact Email: Partnership Request Details Contact Email: USDX Wallet is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. Cryptocurrencies and tokens are extremely volatile. There is no guarantee of stable value, or of any value at all. Disclosure: This is a sponsored press release. The post USDX Wallet Announces Integration with First Crypto Exchange, ExMarkets appeared first on NullTX.
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