In either a brilliant move or ultimate troll move, Bitpop is trying to rescue Ethereum.
Just reminds me of PayCon
Going up is bad, mmmmok ?
Ah but all those poor souls on Polo are trading in fake ETH. Apparently someone forked the coin and the exchanges were duped into being on the wrong chain
You can now sell your ETHC on Bitsquare. Could be worth milking a little extra profit selling coins on both chains
Wait if I get this right. Both chains are still viable and that would mean all coins are duplicated. WOW thats going to hurt the price.
There's no real support or demand for ETHC though. It's a sorry story though.
STEEM looks like the new Paycoin not Ether Classic.
Now trading on Poloniex. Hold onto your hats!
I traded my mining payout yesterday, lucky me
I sold the 40 ETC I mined in a few hours yesterday @ 0.00134
EDIT: You couldn't make this up: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ethereum-classic/
Good way to double your ether, if you have some before the hard fork.http://www.coindesk.com/ethereum-classic-price-services-alterative-blockchain/
Surprisingly quiet on this topic. Nobody has strong opinions, or is it just general disinterest?
IDK that i care as i Just dumb to BTC all my ETH and the few ETHClassic coins that poped up in one of my exchange wallets
ETH Classic is just free money. No reason to support a bugged coin.
Why bugged? The hard fork didn't fix anything (refilling the DAO allowed it to be drained again which shows that the issue was and is down to the contract and not the coin).
I made good money buying ETC low and selling today. No complaints here. I think price will be in a congestion zone for a few days. Personally I think buying right now is risky, I would wait for price to make an all time high then enter long with a tight stop. Ethereum Chain State shows more hashing power moving to ETC from ETH.
Interesting seeing that site and now considering that ETC is finding blocks at more than 1 second faster than ETH... it won't be long before the ETC chain becomes longer than the forked ETH chain. Longer chains tend to win in the long run.