Just recently, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the successful Bitcoin Cash hard fork that took place on November 13. However, according to reports across the web, the fork split into two, and an unknown group began mining blocks on the legacy chain producing what they call “Bitcoin Clashic.”
Supposedly All Bitcoin Owners Prior to Block 478558 Are Also Owners of Bitcoin Clashic
Allegedly there’s a network called Bitcoin Clashic that is utilizing the legacy BCH chain prior to the November 13th’s fork. The first observations of this chain operating behind BCH were noticed by Bitmain’s CEO Jihan Wu. The mining company’s founder explains that an unknown mining entity has dedicated hashrate to the rules of the original chain. Following Wu’s statements, the public was greeted by the group operating the network with a website and Twitter handle.
“All Bitcoin holders as of block 478558 are also owners of Bitcoin Clashic — All are welcome to join the Bitcoin Clashic community as we move forward in creating sound money accessible to the whole world,” explains the group’s website…