A new lawsuit is the latest chapter in the Bitcoin Cash fork saga…
An organisation by the name of United American Corp has issue a statement revealing that it’s launched legal action over “what is alleged to have been a well-planned scheme to take control of the Bitcoin Cash network for personal gain and which caused a global capitalization meltdown of the Bitcoin Cash network at the expense of others”.
It’s the latest turn in the civil war that’s erupted since the Bitcoin Cash fork that took place in mid-November, which proved

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