The second major fork of Bitcoin, which the community largely shunned due to its lack of technical robustness, is now mineable but prices have yet to demonstrate substantial support.
— Bitcoin Gold [BTG] (@bitcoingold) November 13, 2017
Futures prices tracked by Coinmarketcap Monday show a slight uptick following a major downturn through the weekend.
Prices had peaked Nov. 11 at just under $500 per coin ahead of the launch the following day, coinciding with Bitcoin Cash’s own all-time highs approaching $2,400.
That fork has also since rapidly declined, heading towards just $1,100 – in Bitcoin terms a loss of 70 percent…