Bitcoin Cash is a cryptocurrency that was created in August 2017 as a hard fork of Bitcoin. Bitcoin Cash increases the size of blocks, allowing more transactions to be processed.
Bitcoin Cash wallets are similar to Bitcoin wallets, but there are some differences. Here are some things to keep in mind when using a Bitcoin Cash wallet:
There are two types of Bitcoin Cash wallets: full nodes and SPV wallets. Full nodes download the entire blockchain, while SPV wallets only download the headers.
Full nodes provide more security, but SPV wallets are lighter and faster.
When sending Bitcoin Cash, make sure to use a wallet that supports the correct address format. Bitcoin Cash addresses start with a “1” or “3”, while Bitcoin addresses start with a “1” or “3”.
Bitcoin Cash transactions need to be confirmed by miners before they are considered complete. This can take 10 minutes or more.
To speed up confirmation times, you can pay a higher fee.
To use a Bitcoin Cash wallet, you will need to have some Bitcoin Cash. You can buy Bitcoin Cash on exchanges such as Coinbase and Bitfinex.
Once you have some Bitcoin Cash, you can send it to your wallet using the wallet’s address.