First came Bitcoin Cash, then Bitcoin Gold, followed by announcements of Bitcoin Diamond, Super Bitcoin, Bitcoin Platinum, Lightning Bitcoin and now a plethora of Bitcoin blockchain hard forks and airdrops are flooding onto the scene. Some are fake, while others are jokes or even scams, however, many will turn out to be legitimate and this is good news for Bitcoin holders.
If you hold Bitcoin and control your own private key, then you are entitled to free amounts of these fork created cryptocurrencies as they become available. The number of free coins is usually equivalent to the quantity of Bitcoin you own at the time of the fork, although there are some cases where the ratio is as high as ten to one.
Here are some tips for keeping your Bitcoin safe and getting the most out of all of these potential cryptocurrency dividends.
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