In November of last year, Bitcoin Cash underwent a contentious network split. As a result, we have received more questions about Bitcoin Cash in recent weeks than any other cryptoasset supported by the Blockchain Wallet. A key focus in this primer is a comparison between Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCH) and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV), including new data shared with us by Coinmetrics on the post-fork movement coins on each respective blockchain.
In this document, we discuss our economic and legal rationales with a set of guiding principles for airdrop planning and execution. Finally, we set forth the foundation for the Blockchain Airdrops, together with the criteria that will guide Blockchain in selecting which tokens we will airdrop to our users.
Stablecoins, as the name suggests, are cryptocurrencies designed to minimize price volatility and are in stark contrast with more volatile cryptoassets like bitcoin, which lack any inbuilt price stability mechanism. Significant volatility is often cited as one of the main reasons why many institutions and individuals have remained on the cryptocurrency sidelines to date and stablecoins have been developed to address this issue.
We recently partnered with volunteers from the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), the UN Development Programme (UNDP), and the World Economic Forum (WEF) to explore how block chain technology supports a vast array of sustainability, humanitarian, and environmental initiatives.