Tokenomy Supports BCH Hard Fork

Dear Tokenomy Members,

We would like to inform you that Bitcoin Cash (BCH) will hard fork on November 15, 2020, at around 8 pm SGT (GMT+8), and Tokenomy will support the fork. This hard fork will likely result in two split chains, and the likely split is between Bitcoin Cash Node (BCHN) and Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCHA).

To check the live updates of the hard fork signal, click here.

Tokenomy’s Plan for The Fork
  1. Tokenomy will close the market and the BCH wallet in Tokenomy Exchange on November 15, 2020, at 4 pm SGT (GMT+8). After which, you will not be able to trade, deposit, or withdraw your BCH.
  2. As for TokenomyX, we will close the BCH market and wallet on November 13, 2020, at 4 pm SGT (GMT+8). After which, you will not be able to trade, deposit, or withdraw your BCH.
  3. First scenario: if the chains split into BCHN and BCHA, Tokenomy will list both coins on Tokenomy Exchange. The latest balance of your BCH will be reflected in both wallets with a 1:1 ratio.
  4. The second scenario: if the chain does not split and continue to run on one dominant chain, Tokenomy will update the new protocol, and your balance will remain the same on the updated wallet.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us through email at support@tokenomy.com. Stay tuned to our social media for the latest updates!

 

Thank you

Tokenomy Team


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