Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) - All You need to Know About

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Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) is a fork of Bitcoin that occurs at the predetermined height of block 495866 and therewith a new chain will be generated as the BCD. Bitcoin Diamond miners will begin creating blocks with a new proof-of-work algorithm, and will consecutively develop and enhance the protection for account transfer and privacy based on original features of BTC. This will cause a bifurcation of the Bitcoin blockchain.

The original Bitcoin blockchain will continue unaltered, but a new branch of the blockchain will split off from the original chain. It shares the same transaction history with Bitcoin until it starts branching and coming into a unique block from which it diverges. As a result of this process, a new cryptocurrency was created which we call “Bitcoin Diamond”.


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Bitcoin Diamond Features

  • Distribution: Mining and claiming

  • Mining Algorithm: SHA256

  • Block Time: 10 minutes

  • Max Blocksize: 8MB

  • Difficulty Adjustments: Every two weeks

  • Max Transactions Per Day: 4.8 million

  • SegWit: Yes

  • Relay Protection: Yes


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How Does Bitcoin Diamond Work

Bitcoin Diamond(BCD) is a new cryptocurrency created from the fork of the bitcoin blockchain. This fork has occurred at the block 495866 of Bitcoin and a new BCD chain has generated. At this point, BCD miners will begin creating new blocks with a new proof of work algorithm.

There’s a total supply of 210 million Bitcoin Diamonds. The price will be set at a rate of 1 BTC = 10 BCD. That’s 10 times higher total supply than the original bitcoin blockchain. Even hard forks like Bitcoin Cash all have a fixed limit of 21 million units – after all, there are only 21 million bitcoins in existence.

What’s the point of Bitcoin Diamond? Which problems does the currency seek to solve? The website identifies three main areas of concern:

  • Lack of privacy protection
  • Slow transaction confirmations
  • High thresholds for new members

In terms of the total supply, it seems that 170 million BCD will be available on the market, while the remaining 40 million will be reserved for a “community rewards pool as tributes and mining”.


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What Bitcoin Diamond claims to offer is privacy first and foremost. It seems this fork’s developers have found a way to encrypt the transaction amounts and balances of all BCD users. It sounds somewhat similar to Monero, but it is doubtful the Bitcoin Diamond implementation is even half as competent.