- Unknown miners currently account for 69.44% of the Bitcoin Cash hashrate.
- Established mining pools have disappeared completely. Others had their network influence cut in half.
- The same issue arose in April, when an unknown miner named Satoshi Nakamoto came close to controlling a majority of the BCH mining power.
The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network could be on the verge of a malicious attack after an unidentified mining pool assumed control of 70% of the blockchain’s hashrate.
That’s according to data from Coin Dance, which shows 69.44% of the BCH hashrate under control of mining pools categorized as ‘other’.