Bitcoin Cash is a hard fork version of Bitcoin. The first hard fork was in 2017 and the second one was in 2018. The main difference between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash is the size of the blocks. Bitcoin's block size is limited to 1 MB per block and it makes the entire system perform slow. Bitcoin Cash is created to solve the network speed problem by increasing the size of the blocks. Bitcoin Cash is meant to be used as a daily currency with its faster network. The price of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash is different.
With a total market cap of over $2.37 billion, Bitcoin Cash is the No. 28 cryptocurrency by market size. The currency symbol for Bitcoin Cash is BCH. Bitcoin Cash uses the SHA-256 hashing algorithm. There will only ever be 21 million Bitcoin Cash tokens issued. So far 19.3 million tokens (92.1% of the total supply) have been issued.
We found savings accounts offering up to 8% APY on Bitcoin Cash deposits and loans as low as 4.5% APR against Bitcoin Cash used as collateral. Check out our Bitcoin Cash staking yields table and Bitcoin Cash loan rates table for further details.
The technical price analysis for Bitcoin Cash below is undertaken automatically by Tradingview by looking at over 20 different technical chart indicators. You can see how many of these indicators were BUY, NEUTRAL or SELL at the bottom of the chart. The indicators will change depending on what time frame you are looking at. The analysis does not consider market sentiment or broader macro issues that may affect the price of Bitcoin Cash.
QCan you get a Bitcoin Cash loan without collateral?
AAlmost all Bitcoin Cash loans require you to provide collateral of higher value than the value of the loan that you are tkaing it. The only exception to this is Bitcoin Cash flash loans which allow you to borrow uncollateralised Bitcoin Cash for a few seconds as part of a wider transaction. You will need advanced coding skills to take advantage of flahs loans. You can compare all Bitcoin Cash loans on the Bitcoin Cash Loans tab.