BCHA expressed that the expenses would return to the engineers group and encourage their regular administration and future turn of events, yet this was obviously disagreeable with its local area, and even those outside of it. Some of them ventured forward to request the hard fork, where BCHN would remain its non-burdened form. A few crypto trades, for example, Binance have likewise voiced their help for BCHN to assume control over the BCH ticker name too.
The gathering of mavericks changed the 8% expense duty to 100%, basically delivering the organization unbeneficial to dig for diggers. This could be a transition to drive all Bitcoin Cash excavators from BCHA to BCHN, in spite of the fact that BCHN is presently home to a significant number of these diggers.
As per Decrypt, which talked with Bitcoin Cash engineer, Chris Toutner, who is veering towards the BCHA camp, said that this 51% assault won't lastingly affect the organization. Besides, 51% assaults are expensive, which implies this gathering is probably not going to keep up, Toutner said.