GMO Coin, a Japanese exchange, is resuming Bitcoin Cash trading employing ABC’s blockchain.

GMO Coin, a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, has resumed Bitcoin Cash (BCH) trading with the BCHABC blockchain, Finance Magnates (FM) reports Dec. 3.

The exchange has reportedly -ldquo;announced that it will be resuming BCH/JPY trading-rdquo; tomorrow, Dec. 4. The trading had been -ldquo;temporarily suspended-rdquo; in an attempt -ldquo;to avoid the disruption caused-rdquo; by the recent Nov. 15 hard fork.

Finance Magnates writes that they -ldquo;reached out to the company to enquire which of the two versions of Bitcoin Cash-rdquo; the exchange will be listing. The spokesperson is quoted as answering -ldquo;in our company, the one shown as BCH indicates a Bitcoin Cash called BCHABC.-rdquo;

As Cointelegraph recently reported, it has been over a week since the Bitcoin Cash blockchain has split in two. BCHABC, the apparent winning faction, is the more -ldquo;conservative-rdquo; network, as Cointelegraph explained, which stands against bringing any radical changes to the BCH software.

In the end, the -ldquo;battle-rdquo; ended when Calvin Ayre, a supporter of the -ldquo;losing-rdquo; faction (BCH SV), called for a -ldquo;permanent split-rdquo; after declaring that BCH SV -ldquo;no longer want[s] the name Bitcoin Cash.-rdquo;

The same post also claimed that -ldquo;Bitcoin SV is the original Bitcoin (BTC) not the original Bitcoin Cash-rdquo; and accused other blockchains of having -ldquo;tinkered it [Bitcoin] to death.-rdquo;

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