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On August 1, 2017, Bitcoin split into another currency known as Bitcoin Cash BCH. As the Bitcoin network split, all major Bitcoin exchanges started working.
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The financial markets generate a lot of number on a per second basis. There are people who have made it a profession to convert this information into trends, buy-sell signals, charts and pivot tables. Some of Bitcoin enthusiast Mike Caldwell's coins are pictured at his office in this photo illustration in Sandy, Utah, January 31, 2014. Over the last 18 years of financial journalism, I have realised that every number has a story to tell. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) - RTX182XS It has been three days since the Bitcoin blockchain split. This has resulted into the birth of a new currency called the Bitcoin Cash (BTC). Every bitcoin holder will get one BTC for every bitcoin held thanks to the split. It traded at a high of 7 on Wednesday but has since seen a fall of 50 percent. After the split, two of the largest exchanges-Coinbase and GDAX-said they will not support the new currency. However, since then, they retracted the statement and have decided to support Bitcoin Cash from January 2018 due to pressure from bitcoin holders and traders. These exchanges have promised investors that they will store the BTC tokens safely, and customers will be allowed to withdraw the currency but they will not be allowed to trade currently. So far, Indian Bitcoin exchanges have not given an official statement. But it is likely they will follow their international counterparts. There is a worry amongst Indians that the exchanges here will not pass on the new currency to them. "It is important to note that the BTC will be available to all the customers who have been holding bitcoins before. Nobody is going to take away BTC away from the users", Praveen Kumar, CEO, Belfrics Global, a digital asset exchange in India, told Forbes India.