Coingeek the Second Largest Pool in the World by Hash for Mining Bitcoin Cash

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Jul/07/2018

Coingeek.com founder Calvin Ayre said on Saturday his site is now the second largest pool in the world by hash for Bitcoin Cash.

He tweeted:

Today CoinGeek is the second largest pool in the world by Hash, mining the one true Bitcoin BCH. took me longer than I expected but `i think I am finally one of the largest at this in the world...soon the largest :-)

Ayre is among the most vocal proponents of bitcoin cash, claiming it to be what the original bitcoin was intended.

He held his first conference for cryptocurrency enthusiasts back in May.

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