19 Jan Bitcoin Sv Bsv Logo Unveiled For Rebirth Of Original Bitcoin
Due to the size of many cryptocurrency networks and how fast they are growing, the cost to pull off such a feat would probably be insurmountable. Read more about DRGN to BTC here. Not only would this be extremely expensive, but it would also likely be fruitless. Doing such a thing would not go unnoticed, as network members would see such drastic alterations to the blockchain. The network members would then “hard fork” off to a new version of the chain that has not been affected. This would cause the attacked version of the token to plummet in value, making the attack ultimately pointless as the bad actor has control of a worthless asset. The same would occur if the bad actor were to attack the new fork of Bitcoin. It is built this way so that taking part in the network is far more economically incentivized than attacking it.