Prominent crypto exchange of OKEx has announced that it will be supporting the upcoming Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork that is scheduled to take place at the block height of 7,080,000. The exact date is not known but it is estimated that the event will occur between January 14th and 18th, 2018. OKEx’s announcement comes a day after Binance also stated that it will be supporting the Constantinople hard fork.
OKEx has assured its clients that it will take care of all technical requirements during the event. It has also informed the crypto community that if there are any airdrops, they will distribute them to their users. The OKEx announcement summarized the hard fork as follows:
To secure your asset, we recommend you to deposit you Ethereum tokens into OKEx. And we will handle all the technical requirements for the hard fork.
If there are any airdrops during the hard fork time, project teams are welcome to contact us at email@example.com. We will do the distribution to our users after receiving the tokens.
Unconfirmed Reports of Other ETH Hard Forks with Airdrops
At the moment of writing this, there are reports of possible airdrops from the hard forks of Ethereum Classic Vision and Ethereum Nowa. No exchange has yet to announce its support of these events.
Ethereum Classic Vision is a hard fork of Ethereum that will take place on the 11th of January before Constantinople. All holders of Ethereum will receive 3 ETCV for each ETH in their wallets. This hard fork leverages the best of both Ethereum and Ethereum classic. It promises to introduce PoS mining, sharding and solve many of the current challenges in the market.
In the case of Ethereum Nowa, its hard fork will happen on the 12th of January. Each owner of ETH will get 1 ETN. However, there are words of caution on the BitcoinTalk forum warning that this fork might be fraudulent. Users are advised to be carefule moving forward with the ETN hard fork.
Safer to Have your ETH on Binance or OKEx For Any Airdrops
With the Constantinople hard fork only days away, it is advisable to leave your ETH in trusted exchanges such as Binance or OKEx. If a hard fork is legitimate, these exchanges will facilitate the airdrops.
What are your thoughts on OKEx supporting the upcoming Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork? Please let us know in the comment section below.
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to give financial advice. Any additional opinion herein is purely the author’s and does not represent the opinion of Ethereum World News or any of its other writers. Please carry out your own research before investing in any of the numerous cryptocurrencies available. Thank you.