- Binance recently became the world’s leading BSV miner, mining 26% of the coin.
- The choice of a cryptocurrency to mine comes as a surprise, since the exchange delisted BSV in 2019.
- The move came because Craig Wright’s conflict with the crypto community kept escalating.
Binance, one of the world’s largest digital currency exchanges, recently started getting into mining. The exchange decided to expand its ecosystem further still by launching Binance Pool. Now, the new data is in, and it shows that the exchange became the leading miner of Bitcoin SV.
Binance is the leading BSV miner
Binance currently leads in the Bitcoin SV (BSV) mining sector by mining around 26% of all BSV that is mined. Next in line is Huobi, with 13.19%, ViaBTC (12.5%), SVPool (12.5%), TAAL (7.64%), and others.
The exchange’s choice to mine Bitcoin SV comes as a bit of a surprise, considering that the exchange delisted this particular coin only a year ago. The exchange seemingly did not have a problem with the coin itself, but rather with its controversial creator and proponent, Dr. Craig Wright.
Regardless, when the exchange delisted BSV, it announced that it took several factors into consideration. One thing that is important to Binance is that the project needs to contribute to a healthy and sustainable cryptocurrency ecosystem. Another thing that it will look into is whether or not there is evidence of fraudulent or unethical conduct.