Bitvo to Support Upcoming Bitcoin Cash Fork
Calgary, Alberta – Bitvo is pleased to announce full support for the upcoming Bitcoin Cash (BCH) fork.
There will be a hard fork on the BCH blockchain on November 15th, 2018 at 9:00am ET as part of a scheduled protocol upgrade.
In advance of the fork, Bitvo is pleased to share its support plan and instructions for Bitvo customers.
In order to prepare technically and ensure the security of our customers’ funds, all deposits and withdrawals of BCH will be suspended from the Bitvo platform beginning at 12:01am ET on Thursday, November 15th, 2018. Following the completion of the fork, Bitvo customers will be notified when deposits and withdrawals of BCH can resume, which will occur as soon as possible following the completion of the fork.
Bitvo is a private company with international reach founded by experienced financial services, payment and banking entrepreneurs, that offers a state-of-the-art cryptocurrency exchange trading platform making cryptocurrencies easier to access and more secure for its customers.
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