OKEx Exchange Announces Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork Support (Between Jan14-18)
Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork Has Gained Support The Support Of OKEx
OKEx announced to the public that it will be supporting the Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork which is expected to take place at the block height of 7,080,000.
Technical requirements during the events is also expected to be taken care of by OKEx.
OKEx a very popular cryptocurrency exchange of has announced it support for the forthcoming Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork. This hard fork is expected to take place at the block height of 7,080,000. Although the exact date for the fork has not been announced it is estimated to be between Jan 14 and 18,2019. OKEx made this announcement exactly a day after Binance also announced its support for the Constantinople hard fork.
OKEx has told its clients to be at ease, that it would take care of all the technical requirements the event would be needing. It also announced to the cryptocurrency community that if there are any airdrop, they would be shared among users.
Rumors Of Other ETH Hard Forks With Airdrops
There have been unconfirmed reports that there would be airdrop from the hard forks of Etherum Classic Vision and Etherum Nowa. No exchange platform have come forward yet to confirm these reports at the time of writing.
Etherum Classic Vision
Ethereum Classic Vision is a hard fork of Ethereum that is scheduled to take place on the 11th of January before Constantinople. Every Ethereum holder will receive 3 ETCV for every ETH in their wallets. This hard fork serve as a leverage between both Ethereum and Ethereum classic. It made promises to assist in solving many of the challenges in the current crypto market. It also made promises to introduce PoS mining and sharding.
For Ethereum Nowa, its hard fork will take place on the 12th of January.
Also, each owner of ETH will get 1 ETN. But, caution is advised on the BitcoinTalk forum warning that this fork might be fraudulent.
Users are advised to be careful when moving forward with the ETN hard fork. Many believe it is safer to have ETH on Binance or OKEx for Any Airdrops.