Difference between revisions of "List of Bitcoin splits"
(Temporary title used - anyone have a better idea?)
Latest revision as of 08:08, 7 December 2017
This page exists as a reference for altcoins that have branched off from Bitcoin's network either through a controlled release or a contentious hardfork. The altcoins in this list are available to be claimed and sold by Bitcoin holders who had BTC at the time of the split, which can be sold as a sort of "dividend".
This list is intended to inform bitcoin holders of the existence of currency splits and makes no guarantees about the intentions of altcoin developers. Do not trust unaudited wallet software with your private keys.
|Ticker||Currency||Split height*||Split date||Ratio||Replay protection||New address format|
* The last block on the Bitcoin chain for which like outputs appear on both chains.
† Every address receipt to non-dust unspent outputs was credited with ~4.7 CLAM.
‡ In addition to the initial distribution, the total supply of the currency was increased through premining
- Edward Kelso, C. (November 2, 2017). "Bitcoin Gold Issues Daily Updates, Adds Replay Protection". Bitcoin.com News. https://news.bitcoin.com/bitcoin-gold-issues-daily-updates-adds-replay-protection/. Retrieved December 7, 2017.
- Use address same with Bitcoin