Ethereum Classic Jumps Into Top 10 Altcoins In Less Than a Day

Ethereum Classic Jumps Into Top 10 Altcoins In Less Than a Day

The Ethereum Hard-Fork has been a highly divisive event on the cryptocurrency landscape. The hard fork, along with a rescue soft-fork in the weeks prior, has been a godsend to those who invested in The DAO, a smart contract built on Ethereum that ended in one of the most catastrophic implosions in Crypto history. With 12% of the extant Eth tied up in the DAO, The majority of Ethereum hashpower decided to hard-fork to refund DAO investors their money and ‘start fresh.’ Dissent Spawns Ethereum Classic. The methods taken to enact this change on the Ethereum blockchain dissatisfied many,....


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