Bitcoin Candy

Overview of Bitcoin Candy

  • Bitcoin Candy team will fork Bitcoin Cash at block height 512666, after which a few of the improvements proposed by the community will be added to the forked chain.
  • Bitcoin Candy will use the Equihash mining algorithm, like Bitcoin gold, and it does not offer Segwit support.
  • Bitcoin Candy(CDY) is a new chain forked from Bitcoin Cash at the height of 512666.
  • Bitcoin Candy (CDY) is currently ranked as the #5562 cryptocurrency by market cap.
  • Bitcoin Candy has a maximum supply of ∞ CDY and a circulating supply of ?
  • Bitcoin Candy is a Free Airdrop for BCH Holders
  • Bitcoin Candy: 512666.
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    How much is 1 Candy in Bitcoin?

    1 Candy is
    0.000000001 Bitcoin.

    How to buy Bitcoin Candy (CDY) from above-listed exchanges?

    Step 1: Click on Buy Bitcoin Candy (CDY) from Exchange button.Step 2: You will be redirected to the exchange.Step 3: Sign up if you do not have an account with that exchange else log in.Step 4: See if the exchange support fiat currency or cryptocurrency or both.Step 5: Deposit the currency it supports and buy the currency you want.

    Money Grabs?

    George Kimionis, a developer of mobile cryptocurrency wallets, believes that most bitcoin forks are simple money grabs.“Unfortunately, most fork-based projects we see today are more of a sheer money grab,” he says, adding that “looking back a few years from now we might realize that they were just mutations fostered by investors blinded by numerical price increases, rather than honest attempts to contribute to the blockchain ecosystem.

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    History of Bitcoin Candy