Binance will delist Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BCHSV)

CEO of Largest Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance announced to delist the Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BCHSV) confirmed by his tweet on 12 April 2019.

Only 7k USD required to do the 51% attack on BCHSV chain by miners which is very cheap amount. It means BCHSV chain is not secure and can be hacked anytime by a normal miner or hacker.

Bitcoin Cash was split into two chains after the hard fork happened in November 2018 which results in the creation of two coins bchsv and bchabc.

This hardfork results into the HashWar between BCHABC and BCHSV.

BCHSV is owned by Dr. Craig Wright who claimed himself as Satoshi Nakamoto (creator of Bitcoin).

Binance was listed the both coins on their exchange platform on that time but now they are delisting the bchsv coin as they find this project fraud.

From many days many Bitcoin developers or experts warning the people about the BCHSV and BCHABC as fraud.

Now the Changpeng Zhao who is the founder and CEO of Binance Cryptocurrency exchange tweet publicly about the Craig Wright fraud and delisting BCHSV.

He called the BCHSV a shitcoin and Craig Wright is not the real Satoshi Nakamoto.

An unknown person with twitter handle @CryptoScamHub was warned people about 51% attack on BCHSV.

As he claimed that only 7k USD needed to hack the bchsv chain with the 51% attack.

After this claim on BCHSV Binance CEO announced to delist BCHSV and it goes viral on Twitter.