Can Crypto Exchanges Be Trusted With Hard Forks?

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Can Crypto Exchanges Be Trusted With Hard Forks?Can Crypto Exchanges Be Trusted With Hard Forks?

On July 31, a Chinese investor sued local crypto exchange OKCoin for allegedly blocking him from getting his (BCH) after the Bitcoin fork.

While the case is new for China, compilations regarding hard forks and exchanges have been amassing since perhaps as early as the DAO incident in 2016. So what happens when you have a coin that is about to be split into two, but you’re holding it on an exchange’s hot wallet?

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