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Bitcoin is likely to split again in November
Bitcoin is likely to splinter off again, creating a third version of the world’s largest cryptocurrency as miners and developers pursue separate visions to scale its rapidly growing marketplace
Bitcoin rebounds in India too, rises 20% in 3 days to wipe off losses
Bitcoin bounced back from a major crash over the weekend and traded 24 per cent higher at Rs 2,79,262 per unit in India on September 18 from Rs 2,25,121 on September 15, data available with Zebpay showed.
4 Top-Performing Alternatives to Bitcoin
While Bitcoin dominates the headlines, its underlying blockchain technology has spawned a new ecosystem of alternative cryptocurrencies, known as “altcoins.” Following Bitcoin’s staggering 1,000% moonshot of the past 12 months, a fresh wave of capital has flooded the space searching for the next 10-bagger.