SharkPool confronts Bitcoin altcoins

Posted 19 November, 2018

SharkPool stated that it would create empty blocks in the network of altcoins, with all altcoin income to be converted into BCH. 

According to the project team, they will target bitcoin forks at first, including Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Private, Bitcoin Diamond and Bitcoin Interest.

"Shark Pool miners will exclusively mine empty blocks on alts and sell the profits for Bitcoin (BCH)," commented the company in its Twitter account.

As the company commented, any altcoin that "dare bearing the Bitcoin name" becomes the target if the SharPool as the hostility against Bitcoin. For this purpose, they intend to reduce altcoins rate and mining activity in these segments.

Notably, SharkPool's parent company CashPay Solutions shares such position, staying that Bitcoin forks conflicts with the consensus of Bitcoin founder and only one blockchain has the right to be in the market. At the same time, CashPay Solutions is said to support Bitcoin SV after the recent BCH hard fork.

There are rumours that Litecoin can become the first target of the pool. The first intentions to go in altcoins were expressed by SharkPool early this month. However, the steps in this regard are yet to be made.

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