The Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network has seen a lot of development in 2019, but two projects in particular have shined brightly throughout the year. The growth of the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) universe has been vast and there are thousands of SLP tokens out there today. Additionally, the BCH mixing application Cashshuffle has seen significant traction as users have shuffled 194,000 BCH ($38 million) since the official release in March.

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The Growth of the Simple Ledger Protocol in 2019

Two specific areas within the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) environment have grown quite robust in 2019 and it doesn’t seem like things will slow down. Overall, developers who have contributed to the network have accomplished a lot this year, including two successful upgrades. Throughout the year of building, the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) has thrived and innovations will likely continue into the new year.

Cashshuffle and the SLP Token Universe Shined Brightly in 2019

On December 16, the programmers behind the SLP framework wrote a blog post that…

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