Two BCH Devs Leave Bitcoin Unlimited as Network Upgrade Approaches

On March 20, Antony Zegers, otherwise known as Mengarian, decided that he would no longer like to be a member of the Bitcoin Unlimited (BU) development team.

“Not only some of them think that suing developers (including myself) providing open source software for free is good, but many are openly hostile to Bitcoin Cash.” Séchet further noted: It was quickly apparent to me that there were serious problems with the development process, and I wasn’t the only one who saw things this way — I decided to provide support on that front, but unfortunately, I was met with resistance.

Bitcoin ABC has about 54.4 percent of the public BCH nodes with 826 according to Coin Dance statistics.

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