Bitcoin Rhodium (BTR) is a new cryptocurrency that is being distributed via airdrop. Unlike hard forks of the Bitcoin blockchain, such as Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Gold, it will not simply be awarded to Bitcoin holders who control their own private key. Instead, you need to sign up to receive the coins using your Bitcoin address and an input signature which you generate from your Bitcoin wallet.
You sign up for this airdrop via the official Bitcoin Rhodium website, BitcoinRH.org. Do not sign up for it anywhere else. There are bound to be, if there aren't already, scam sites set up pretending to be official that will try and steal your Bitcoin. You can protect your Bitcoin by never sharing your private key or seed phrase. Any site or email, regardless of how legitimate it looks, that asks for this information is attempting to scam you. No matter what they say, never share it. If you do, you will never see that Bitcoin again.
Bitcoin Rhodium is limited to 2.1 million coins. Yes, the decimal point is not a typo, it's two point one million, not 21 million like Bitcoin. If you register by December 25th 2017, you will receive 5 BTR. There is also a snapshot of the Bitcoin blockchain planned for January 10th 2018, to facilitate a possible second airdrop, and on January 18th you will be able to create a Bitcoin Rhodium wallet and claim your BTR.
The overall coin distribution of BTR will be:
Public mining will open up at the end of January 2018.
For more information about any of the details related to this airdrop visit BitcoinRH.org and their official Twitter page, twitter.com/BitCoinRh.
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