Bitcoin Cash ABC rebrands to ‘eCash’, embraces proof-of-stake — and 2 decimal places

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Bitcoin Money ABC (BCHA), the embattled cryptocurrency undertaking that has forked away from each Bitcoin and Bitcoin Money, has rebranded to eCash (XEC).

The undertaking’s re-launch will see it combine proof-of-stake consensus layer “Avalanche,” introducing staking and drastically growing the pace of transactions.

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eCash may even scale back its decimal locations down from eight to 2, with lead developer, Amaury Sechet, stating:

“No different cash has eight decimal locations. Why ought to crypto? Cryptocurrencies with a decrease unit value additionally take pleasure in larger bull market appreciation. As a result of the eCash workforce is incentivized by each tech and value enchancment, this enchancment was a no brainer.”

With the improve, all customers’ BCHA cash will probably be transformed to XEC at a ration of one-to-one million.

Chinese language crypto media, Wu Blockchain, noted the undertaking plans to help EVM-compatibility, signalling eCash hopes to interoperate with Ethereum’s burgeoning DeFi sector.

Bitcoin ABC proponent, Joannes Vermorel, articulated 5 core missions for the undertaking — making certain transactions are nameless, immutable, low value, and safe in lower than three seconds, and sustaining infrastructure as “a public good funded by means of the coin social contract.”

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Bitcoin Money ABC skilled a rocky journey after rising because the minority chain after November 2020’s Bitcoin Cash fork.

The remainder of the group didn’t settle for Sechet’s transfer to redistribute 8% of newly mined coins to a pockets below his management to fund improvement. This was applied into ABC in November.

In keeping with CoinmarketCap, Bitcoin Money is at the moment the Twelfth-largest crypto asset with a capitalization of $9.2 billion, whereas Bitcoin Money ABC ranks 217th with a market cap of $587 million.