Coins: 5032
Market Cap: $337.46B
24h Vol: $110.09B
Dominance: BTC 62.41% ETH 9.80% BCH 2.29%
Bitcoin Cash
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
$434.05 -13.48 %
Website bitcoincash.org
Explorer blockchair.com
Forum bitco.in
Community Facebook | Twitter
Market Cap
$7,741,452,741
24 Hour Trading Volume
$3,790,221,401
24h Low / 24h High
$420.57 / $519.23
Available Supply
17860464.6469082

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) price, performance and general information

24h
7d
14d
30d
60d
1y
-13.48 %
4.19 %
10.12 %
-2.25 %
64.67 %
-37.77 %

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) News

Go home Bitcoin, you're drunk.

Go home Bitcoin, you're drunk.

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Next Block Fee: BCH $0.00 - BTC $6.65.... Enjoy!

Next Block Fee: BCH $0.00 - BTC $6.65.... Enjoy!

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Interesting that the Bitpay Widget lists BCH ahead of BTC.

Interesting that the Bitpay Widget lists BCH ahead of BTC.

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THANK YOU!!! More than 1,000 donations have been made to help fund Bitcoin Cash protocol development!

THANK YOU!!! More than 1,000 donations have been made to help fund Bitcoin Cash protocol development!

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Conspiracy theory, institutionalized: Merrill Lynch / Bank of America traders busted manipulating precious metals prices by placing fraudulent futures contracts orders that they intended to cancel before execution

According to MLCI’s admissions, beginning by at least 2008 and continuing through 2014, precious metals traders employed by MLCI schemed to deceive other market participants by injecting materially false and misleading information into the precious metals futures market. They did so by placing fraudulent orders for precious metals futures contracts that, at the time the traders placed the orders, they intended to cancel before execution. In doing so, the traders intended to “spoof” or manipulate the market by creating the false impression of increased supply or demand and, in turn, to fraudulently induce other market participants to buy and to sell futures contracts at quantities, prices and times that they otherwise likely would not have done so. Over the relevant period, the traders placed thousands of fraudulent orders. ~ justice.gov (edit: link fixed)

Many people have been saying for years that precious metals prices were being gamed by traders. They were labeled conspiracy theorists. But I propose that fake futures trades are just one of the methods used to manipulate prices on open markets.

Of course, since we are talking about a bank, and since banks are in charge of not only the DOJ, and virtually every other branch of government, not to mention the Fed, nobody will go to jail and MLCI entered into a non-prosecution agreement and agreed to pay a combined - and measly - $25 million in criminal fines, restitution and forfeiture of trading profits.

...MLCI and its parent company, Bank of America, have agreed to cooperate with the government’s ongoing investigation of individuals and to report to the Department evidence or allegations of violations of the wire fraud statute, securities and commodities fraud statute, and anti-spoofing provision of the Commodity Exchange Act in BAC’s Global Markets’ Commodities Business... Laughably, MLCI and BAC also agreed to enhance their existing compliance program and internal controls, where necessary and appropriate, to ensure they are designed to detect and deter, among other things, manipulative conduct... ~ zerohedge

In exchange for not going to jail, Bank of America promises to clean up its act, wink wink nudge nudge. They'll also help the government prevent others from getting in on this game without permission.


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General

Name Bitcoin Cash
Symbol BCH
Rank #4
Bitcoin Cash price $434.05
Market Cap $7,741,452,741
Trading Volume $3,790,221,401
24h Low / 24h High $420.57 / $519.23

All time high

All time high $3,785.82
All time high date 2017-12-20 (one year ago)
Since all time high -88.62 %

Performance

24 hours -13.48 %
7 days 4.19 %
14 days 10.12 %
30 days -2.25 %
60 days 64.67 %
1 year -37.77 %

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