In light of the upcoming BCH hardfork, the research arm of BitMEX announced the launch of its sponsored ForkMonitor.info
According to BitMEX blog post, Fork Monitor is valuable in identifying unintended consensus bugs during soft or hardforks. Sjors Provoost, a physicist who became a software developer, helped in the development of Fork Monitor.
We are proud to announce the launch of https://t.co/uT9Of0qctZ, a new website sponsored by BitMEX Research. The site is connected to several nodes, both Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. It can be used to monitor the network during softforks or hardforkshttps://t.co/BpvHtwNUUM pic.twitter.com/WiPTZPtiu9— BitMEX Research (@BitMEXResearch) November 5, 2018
13 Bitcoin Nodes Watched by the Site
BCH nodes being watched are Bitcoin ABC 0.18.2, Bitcoin ABC 0.18.0, Bitcoin ABC 0.17.2, Bitcoin ABC 0.16.2, Bitcoin ABC 0.14.6, Bitcoin SV 1.0.1, BUCash 1.5.0, and BUCash 188.8.131.52.
BTC nodes are Bitcoin Core 0.17.0.1, Bitcoin Core 0.17.0, Bitcoin Core 0.16.3, Bitcoin Core 0.16.0, and Bitcoin Core 0.10.3.
What will happen to Bitcoin ABC, Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin Unlimited during the BCH hardfork on 15th Novemeber?@ProfFaustus 's (AKA "Fake Satoshi") node, Bitcoin SV, is expected to fork off from the network onto a new chain. Find out what will happen at https://t.co/WKQ8hPDGON pic.twitter.com/C8IZNptZwH— BitMEX Research (@BitMEXResearch) November 5, 2018
Who is Craig Wright in the Cryptoverse?
A usual description of Wright says is an Australian, a businessman and a computer scientist. But who he is gets more complicated in the sphere of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
In 2016, Gizmodo published a story where Wright claimed he is Satoshi Nakamoto. Since then there has been a series of discussions on whether this is true or just a hoax. In August, Wright had an elaborate war of words with Vitalik Buterin on Twitter. Bitcoin Exchange Guide tried to get them to debate livestream, but Wright turned down the proposal.