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Posted by23 days ago

Whenever there's a hard fork, there's a chance one coin splits into two. The first time this occurred was with Ethereum in July 2016, due to the DAO Hack, which created Ethereum Classic. Since then, other notable forks include Bitcoin to Bitcoin Cash (July 2017), Bitcoin Cash to Bitcoin SV (November 2018), Litecoin to Litecoin Cash (February 2018), and Monero to Monero Classic (April, 2018).

All these splits happened for philosophical reasons I won't get into, but what I am interested in exploring is how the old and new chains reacted in the market and how the price action played out.

The following table lists the 5 hard forks that caused the splits. The prices listed were gathered from CoinMarketCap and listed as the close price on the appropriate date. You will be able to see the price movements through the years and the relative difference of the old chain to the new chain. The dates listed are the first date CMC had price info on the coin, not necessarily the day the fork happened.

NOTE: To scroll through the table, scroll to the bottom of the post. There will a scroll bar.


Chain SplitDateOriginal Chain Price 1 day before splitOriginal Chain Day of SplitNew Chain Day of SplitOG Chain 1 month laterNew chain 1 month laterOG 1 year laterNew 1 year laterOG 2 years laterNew 2 years laterOG 3 years laterNew 3 years laterOG 4 years laterNew 4 years laterOG 5 years laterNew 5 years laterOG 6 years laterNew 6 years later
Ethereum to Ethereum Classic7/24/2016$14.30$12.75$0.93$11.04$1.44$224.71$15.88$479.00$16.63$217.00$6.12$279.00$6.25$2189$4948$1599.00$25.60
Ratio OG: New13.727.6714.1528.80354644.6444.2462.46
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Bitcoin to Bitcoin Cash7/23/2017$2810.00$2730$413$4151$669$7711$788$9900$298$9581$237$33581$455$22465$122
Ratio6.616.209.7933.2240.4373.80184.14
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Litecoin to Litecoin Cash2/21/2018$232.85$213.35$4.71$169.05$0.29$49.15$0.011$73.45$.00601$227.23$0.0114$103.45$0.00801
Ratio45.30584.954,388.3912,22119,93212,916
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Monero to Monero Classic4/20/2018$238$271$6.40$203$8.14$69.52$0.95$55.07$0.18$401.21$0.63$266.56$0.34
Ratio42.3424.9472.87311.13635.83774.88
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Bitcoin Cash to Bitcoin SV11/9/2018$574$544$68.75$109$97.42$282$130$263$160$716$192Today- $115Today- $51
Ratio7.911.122.171.643.732.25

Looking at this data, the 5/6 coin splits had the new chain outperform the original chain after 1 month, but only 1/6 chains (BCH to BSV) had the new chain outperform the old chain over time and this was a split of a split.

If my Ethereum splits into 2 separate tokens, I may hold on to the new one for a brief period, but I'm going to make sure I sell it before the year is out!

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Posted by21 hours ago

For the first time ever since I began monitoring profitability of other pools, nicehash has overtaken litecoinpool on profitability.

Here are the metrics (a 0% fee was used for LTCPool and a 2% fee was used for NH):

  • NiceHash 0.12639572 BTC/Th/s

  • LitecoinPool 0.11929840 BTC/Th/s

This is about a 6% difference, all due to the Dogecoin profitability skyrocketing.

The highest profitability among all pools is still PowerPool.io: 3% higher compared to NH and 9% higher compared to LTCPool

  • PowerPool 0.13049631 BTC/Th/s

What are your thoughts?

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