Contribution from Christopher Bitcoindark. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I get 66MH after a bit github tweaking with 2. Proof of Work has been replaced with Proof Of Biblehash POB — github algorithm that compensates full nodes bitcoindark, while preventing GPUs and ASIC by requiring full blockchain transaction referencing in the hashing function, along with github bible verses. Add bitcoindark for AXE.
The first two lines add a few nodes from the BiblePay network. Maybe binance stopped supporting superfluous forks? So getting in now, in this pump and hype phase, could end up not being the best move even though I certainly get the draw and the announcement seems legit. Holy cow, this is getting unreal. To help us do that, you can fill this form.
And trust us, we have seen some nasty things when reviewing some wallet generator. Trezor is great for security, but you are at github whim you own your private keys, but there bitcoindark a layer of security that github in Trezor needing to embrace the fork for you to claim it. Add support for BitcoinGold. When Veggie becomes available on exchanges, the public can begin trading bitcoindark. Add support for CryptoClub.
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Learn more about our technology. See block explorer for the current block height AKA block number to get an idea when a given fork will occur. They list the same forks, obviously, as there is only one set of forks, but they have different insights. To summarize and connect some dots, Super Bitcoin and BitcoinX are Ethereum competitors of sorts; they use smart contracts like the Ethereum network.
Bitcoin Platinum and Bitcoin Cash Plus are both essentially Bitcoin Cash competitors since they are competitors for Bitcoin as a currency. Bitcoin Interest is a proof of stake Bitcoin, a seldom-used alternative to proof of work that pays interest to holders.
Bitcoin Silver and Bitcoin Uranium are both Bitcoin Gold competitors, competitors for Bitcoin as a value store that is profitable to mine. Bitcoin private is a privacy version of Bitcoin Gold. Lastly, Bitcoin God is a mix of all these meant to reward people for holding Bitcoin. That line of logic then extends to the other forks. This may be confusing, but if you think of these as being like user activated dividends, it starts making a little bit more sense.
To ensure you get your coins from the above Bitcoin forks for the Bitcoin you are holding , make sure to be in a Bitcoin wallet that supports the forks Coinomi has been good about this. Super Bitcoin futures were tradable on hitbtc immediately after the fork for example. Otherwise, you need to be in control of your private keys when the forks occur for example in a wallet like Bitcoin Core.
More than just the forks: See an article from July: Not much has changed since July. There is very likely to be people out there creating fake wallets, directions, buying opportunities, etc.
Past hard forks that occurred in or were planned for include: Bitcoin Cash , Bitcoin Gold , Bitcoin Segwit2x was canceled but futures were traded , and Bitcoin Diamond futures traded, but blockchain is not live yet.
Yes, that really is a full list of every hard fork before late Meanwhile, the Segwit2x fork was a serious project but was canceled. Thus, be skeptical, but be prepared in case some of these do end up being actual forks. Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold ended up being real. People dismissed Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold before they occurred. It is easy to be dismissive, but its far safer assume the forks are real.
Thus, you need to be careful sending Bitcoins after they occur and also to make sure you are in Bitcoin before the fork. Can you release a step by step guide on how to properly receive these forked coins. Preferably the wallet route. Or a link to a step by step wallet explanation, what wallet to have.. Step two is configuring the official wallet or a supported wallet of the new coin. The official site of said will generally clue you into how to do this.
The new chain has to go live before you can do anything. Meanwhile, if you have your Bitcoin on an exchange, and that exchange embraces the fork, they handle everything for you.
For these reasons Binance is a decent choice, as they not only handle it for you… they will generally give you access to futures on day 1 or before Meaning: With the note that leaving your coins on an exchange carriers risk.
How do I know if my exchange will support the upcoming forks. And, is it safe recommended to leave my coin in an exchange while waiting for a fork? However, moves like that end exchanges for good.
Thus, it is unlikely. Keeping the majority of your funds in a Bitcoin Core wallet and a smaller portion on binance or another exchange who announces they will support the fork is a good strategy for the upcoming forks… as long as you understand that moving funds to an exchange inherently carries with it some risk.
Most exchanges were mum on the forks. It was a little disappointing. Hopefully they are waiting to confirm some stability before they act. Can you add a detailed article explaining how to create these forked coins. I want to create a dozen of them and make a lambo or two from each of them.
Will there be a list of wallets that support the hard fork? Will every BTC owner with a private key have a right to receive forked coins?
Every fork is different. You need to check the FAQ of third party wallets and exchanges. Full node wallets like Bitcoin Core or generally wallets where you directly control your private keys will qualify you for all forks by default.
Annoyingly, wallets and exchange tend to release, at best, announcements only days before the fork if at all. I have accounts otherwise but since I am new I am just getting the feel for everything. Will this fork reflect The wallets hold there? Coinbase is an awesome and pro company… they however are amazingly slow embracing forks. One can assume, and they have eluded this is true, that they will do this for each stable fork that comes out.
So on one hand, yes they would be expected to credit you with any stable forked coin. Coinbase in this sense could be seen as doing you an indirect favor. I use coinbase despite all the annoyances because I like using an insured US based company crypto is risky enough; they have their flaws, but I like the assurance. Each move has risks and rewards. There is always risk. Does cloud mining platforms like genesis mining or hashflare support forks?
Will I get new currencies if I have balances on this cloud mining wallets? That is a great question. I would say that your best bet is to check with the given platform their FAQ, blog, forum, write their support, etc. Any service where you control your own wallet and the pool transfers funds to you, obviously you control your keys so you are fine.
Any service where the wallet is on their platform like it is with an exchange then you have to deal with their ruleset. I recently joked on steemit it would be 26 dimensions in string theory and I jokingly listed a while list of precious metals, stones and semi precious ones too.
The fork thing is a little bit like Pokemon, which I think those creating the forks get hence their semi-laughable tag lines. That said, any chance we get to get a sort of dividend payout is fine with me. Remember, any or all of these could end up being bogus. This one is no exception. You can also find the website here: I reckon somewhere between k. Super Bitcoin snapshot has been taken by the Super Bitcoin team. The team will now prepare the launch of the new chain.
One it is live you can claim the coins by configuring a third party wallet, waiting for it to be credited on an exchange, downloading the proper wallet if you have your private keys, etc. In the meantime, if you had your coins on binance, you now have Super Bitcoin futures.
Hello…how about using Electrum wallet during these forks? From what I understand Electrum, like coinomi, tend to be good choices for forks.
See this article for some explainers on what this was like with these wallets and Bitcoin Gold: All Remember, if you give your private keys to the new wallet — if it is bogus-the scammers will use your keys to take your real Bitcoin. You should never share your private keys and you should store multiple copies in multiple secure places offline. We are a serious project with a professional, experienced team. Any sort of information you can offer that would help lend legitimacy to the fork, or any announcements you have such as block height , feel free to drop them here.
Hello, thank you for this article. I have this question: Otherwise a nice resource on here, and great that you are responding to so much of the serious feedback! With each fork it is up to a given exchange as to whether they support that specific fork or not. If the exchange does futures for the fork, you can be confident they will support the coin. With that said, most exchanges will support stable forks after they go live, but not offer futures. Meanwhile, some may not support a given fork at all.
Here is one example of what you are looking for: You just have to follow the directions on their sites when the chain is live essentially. That covered, the short answer is that you need a wallet that can store the given forked coin, the coin need to be live, then you need to create a backup of your Bitcoin keys and import your Bitcoin keys into the new wallet.
There is more than one way this can work, see this article which explains it well enough with Bitcoin Gold: If you try to follow wonky online directions before the chain is live, you could end up losing your Bitcoin.
You have to be very wary of fake wallets. I would use the official wallet on the site, or a wallet like Coinomi. That means you have to wait. Waiting is smart with these things. Often the value of the forked coin goes up, but the main reason to wait is to let a few others brave the process first. Then when you know for sure its safe, at that point you can do the process yourself. Hello, did you see zclassic.
It looks very promising. Supply is only 1. I think you should take a look at it. And please share the comments. So if you hold Zclassic then the devs will [essentially] give you equal parts Bitcoin Private for the Zclassic you have? I certainly have to research that one, but you are correct in saying that Zclassic trades on Bittrex. It is a thing: I see that Zclassic has had some insane growth since this comment was posted.
Anyone considering trying to get in Zclassic for the fork should make sure to do their own research and use sensible techniques like averaging in and setting stops. So getting in now, in this pump and hype phase, could end up not being the best move even though I certainly get the draw and the announcement seems legit. So, to add to your notes: If the site is accurate, it has widespread support from exchanges.
Notably, Poloniex is even listed among the supporting exchanges, and Poloniex has been arguably about the worst of the major exchanges in supporting forks.
So, I am not holding my breath for them to honor their BTC holders. Oh, and now we have bitcoin segwit 2x coming on block! Holy cow, this is getting unreal. I was just going to add that one to the list. Good job keeping things simple Segwit2x…. BitcoinWorld is the name of a trading platform. That platform has announced their support of a few forks. I have to verify, thanks for the feedback. That list also includes something called Bitcoin ALL. I always assume its the same as BTC unless it is otherwise noted.
It has nothing to with the planned fork in November, other than just copying its name.