Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Current Live Value

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BCHBitcoin Cash
$103.19-7.16%
Market Cap$1.97B
Volume (24)$338,665,360
Circulating Supply19,103,337 BCH
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$114.36
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$203.53
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Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a fork coin from the original Bitcoin (BTC) that was intended to provide a faster and cheaper version of the original cryptocurrency that would be more useful for smaller transactions. Bitcoin Cash was forked from the original coin in August of 2017, with the value of each new Bitcoin Cash coin being worth a flat rate of 0.5 of the original. Each block on the new blockchain operated on 8mb of transaction data, which is 8 times the rate for the original digital currency. The value of Bitcoin Cash has largely shadowed that of Bitcoin since its inception, and it is in the top 5 digital currencies by market cap.

As Bitcoin became increasingly popular, its inability to keep up with transaction demand became a serious problem for many users. While those users who made a small number of large transactions could afford the time and fees involved, it became increasingly inefficient for users who wished to make a greater number of smaller transactions. Users did have the option of paying a greater fee to move their transactions higher up the queue, but this would result in absurd situations where they ended up paying more in fees than the total value of the transaction itself.

The Bitcoin Cash fork directly addressed this issue by dramatically increasing the processing power of the underlying blockchain. It has since been adopted by most major cryptocurrency exchanges, and often rivals the original coin in terms of mining profitability and dedicated hashing power.

BCH Price Live Data

The live price of BCH is $ 103.19 per (BCH/USD) today with a current market cap of 1.97B USD. 24-hour trading volume is $ 338,665,360 USD. BCH to USD price is updated in real-time. Bitcoin Cash is -7.16% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 19,103,337 BCH.

Bitcoin Cash Coin Price Chart determines the exchange rates between major fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies – including BTC, ETH and XRP to USD, EUR, GBP. Conversion rates are based on Live BCH Price Index and the price indices of other digital assets.

This content and any information contained therein is being provided to you for informational purposes only, does not constitute a recommendation by Coinbase to buy, sell, or hold any security, financial product, or instrument referenced in the content, and does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other sort of advice.

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FAQ

What is the live Price of Bitcoin Cash now?

Actual price of Bitcoin Cash to US Dollar now is $ 103.19

What is the Bitcoin Cash ticker?

Bitcoin Cash ticker is BCH

Where to buy Bitcoin Cash?

You can buy Bitcoin Cash on any exchange or via p2p transfer. And the best way to trade Bitcoin Cash is through a 3commas bot.

Can I make money with Bitcoin Cash?

You should not expect to get rich with Bitcoin Cash or any other new technology. It is always important to be on your guard when something sounds too good to be true or goes against basic economic principles.