Skip to content Launches Bitcoin Cash Support, Users Cry for SegWit

The Popular Bitcoin Wallet Provider has announced that it has now given "total support" to Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

In a blog post today, Blockchain confirmed that a Bitcoin fork, Bitcoin Cash, had become one of the major currencies in its portfolio alongside Bitcoin (BTC ) and Ethereum (ETH).

"In November, we unveiled our plan to meet the growing demand for Bitcoin Cash," says the message.

"From today, we support Bitcoin Cash with all the features via the same web wallet [.] "

The first run of with BCH allowed users to unlock duplicate balances on August 1st. trading in and out has the same configuration as with the other two coins supported by the wallet.

There is no mobile support at the moment, but this is not the case. It is promised to appear by the end of the first quarter of 2018.

The BCH remains a controversial subject, with its main defender Roger Ver continuing to provoke controversy with comments aimed at cast doubt on the reputation of BTC

CNBC's emergence on this week has sparked criticism from prominent personalities including Max Keizer, who responded to what he called "BCH borderline fraud" and the choice of the WAN network as a Bitcoin spokesperson.

He also faced negative feedback from some sources about his BCH priority functions, but has not yet implemented SegWit for his transactions.

The problem was raised as a result of the last announcement. CEO Peter Smith why technology had not yet appeared in his wallet.

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