That's sort of what we're waiting to see. From the conversation with Stephen (who is a lawyer, but not yours), the plaintiff seems to be arguing that the actions of Bitmain, etc. had the effect of centralizing bitcoin cash into their control. If ...
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The proliferation of cryptocurrencies has caused many to question the very definition of currency. The introduction of user-created assets, network tokens, app coins, and other Bitcoin 2.0 jargon represents our attempt to name something similar but somehow different than currency. Bitcoin itself has many attributes that fit the definition of currency, and yet, many of its attributes do not resemble currency at all.
Regardless of the terms used to define a currency, currency does not have ...Read More