BCH Bitcoin Cash

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BCH Crypto Risk Gauge Analysis

What this means: InvestorsObserver gives Bitcoin Cash (BCH) a low risk rank. This means that a big move in Bitcoin Cash is met with a lot of dollars flowing into, or out of, the cryptocurrency. Low risk cryptocurrencies are very unlikely to have their prices manipulated. A big move in a low-risk cryptocurrency means lots of dollars are moving into, or out of, that crypto.

Who this matters to: A high risk-reward score means the cryptocurrency’s price can change a lot with very few dollars at stake. This means the price could be pushed around by unscrupulous actors, or just that the prices is likely to be very unpredictable.

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Who this matters to: Volatility measures how much, and how quickly, a cryptocurrency’s price moves. If you want a lot of action, high volatility might be right for you. If you don’t like seeing the value of your portfolio swing wildly, you might want some lower-volatility cryptocurrencies.

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BCH Crypto Sentiment Analysis

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BCH Risk Gauge Analysis

What this means: InvestorsObserver gives Bitcoin Cash (BCH) a low risk rank. This means that a big move in Bitcoin Cash is met with a lot of dollars flowing into, or out of, the cryptocurrency. Low risk cryptocurrencies are very unlikely to have their prices manipulated. A big move in a low-risk cryptocurrency means lots of dollars are moving into, or out of, that crypto.

Who this matters to: A high risk-reward score means the cryptocurrency’s price can change a lot with very few dollars at stake. This means the price could be pushed around by unscrupulous actors, or just that the prices is likely to be very unpredictable.

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BCH Short-Term Technical Analysis

Who this matters to: The Short-Term Technical Ranking evaluates a cryptocurrency’s trading over the past month. This is most useful for short- to medium-term traders.

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BCH Long-Term Technical Analysis

Who this matters to: The Long-Term Technical Ranking is a good gauge of how a cryptocurrency has traded over the past several months. This is useful for traders who may want to hold a cryptocurrency for weeks or months.

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BCH Volatility Analysis

Who this matters to: Volatility measures how much, and how quickly, a cryptocurrency’s price moves. If you want a lot of action, high volatility might be right for you. If you don’t like seeing the value of your portfolio swing wildly, you might want some lower-volatility cryptocurrencies.

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BCH Sentiment Analysis

Who this matters to: Sentiment Rank looks at the past five trading days. This a shortest-term evaluation and is best used by people with a very short horizon.

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About Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Description

Bitcoin Cash combines gold-like scarcity with the spendable nature of cash. With a limited total supply of 21 million coins, Bitcoin Cash is provably scarce, and similar to physical cash, it can be easily spent. Anybody can accept Bitcoin Cash payments with a smartphone or computer. Transactions are fast with transaction fees typically less than a tenth of a cent. Very low fees enable new micro-transaction economies, such as tipping content creators and rewarding app users a few cents. Unlike Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash aims to scale so it can meet the demands of a global payment system. In addition to peer-to-peer payments between individuals, Bitcoin Cash can be used to pay participating merchants for goods and services in-store and online. Other use cases include tokens, simplified smart contracts, and private payments with tools such as CashShuffle and CashFusion.

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About Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

  • Class
  • Sub-Class
  • Volume (24h)
  • Volume (7d)
  • Market Cap
  • Max Supply
  • Total Supply

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Description

Bitcoin Cash combines gold-like scarcity with the spendable nature of cash. With a limited total supply of 21 million coins, Bitcoin Cash is provably scarce, and similar to physical cash, it can be easily spent. Anybody can accept Bitcoin Cash payments with a smartphone or computer. Transactions are fast with transaction fees typically less than a tenth of a cent. Very low fees enable new micro-transaction economies, such as tipping content creators and rewarding app users a few cents. Unlike Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash aims to scale so it can meet the demands of a global payment system. In addition to peer-to-peer payments between individuals, Bitcoin Cash can be used to pay participating merchants for goods and services in-store and online. Other use cases include tokens, simplified smart contracts, and private payments with tools such as CashShuffle and CashFusion.

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