Google Search Engine Adds Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Conversion Rates to SERPs
Google Adds Bitcoin Cash Conversion Rates To Search Engine
Recently, the Google search engine added the real-time price conversion information for Bitcoin Cash. In a tweet to their followers, the official Twitter for BCH posted this news along with a screenshot confirming the addition of the coin to the popular search engine.
As expected, this development drew varying reactions, with one particular user appealing to Bitcoin enthusiasts to boycott Google. Nonetheless, the tweet by BCH is an affirmation of the feature, which has previously compared the prevailing exchange rates between popular digital coins and leading fiat currencies, primarily the US dollar.
Guess it's time for the Bitcoin Core people to add Google to their list of companies to boycott
— BeijingBitcoins (@beijingbitcoins) July 16, 2018
Since its inception, more than 60,000 blocks have been mined on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. Moreover, the network has been updated twice, with the initial upgrade changing the cryptocurrency's Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm. The subsequent update increased the block size from 8 Mb to 32 Mb. The blockchain is still in its developmental stages, with the developers currently finalizing the creation of Cash Shuffle, a mixing platform that emphasizes privacy. A stable version of Cash Shuffle is scheduled to go live soon.
On the other hand, Robinhood, a popular digital currency exchange, has also added BCH to its trading portfolio. Also, Roger Ver, Bitcoin.com CEO and BCH hobbyist, recently posted a YouTube video detailing the introduction of a new BCH wallet. Therefore, it is apparent that things are well with Bitcoin cash, currently ranked as the fourth largest digital currency according to market capitalization.