A1: Fork is the process of separating a blockchain into two blockchains. When the software protocols adopted by different miners are incompatible, fork occurs, and miners have to decide to continue using which chain. If there’s no consensus reached, two versions of blockchains creating brand new digital assets may appear.
Q2: How can I get forked coins?
A2: If you have deposited BCH to your CoinEx account before the fork, you can get forked coins when it ends. CoinEx provides forked coin conversion service and supports trading in advance. Don't miss out this chance!
Q3: If I didn't get forked coins before the fork, can I still get them later?
A3: If you have converted some of your BCH into forked coins before the fork, the corresponding forked coins will no longer be distributed after the fork. For the unconverted BCH, you can still get equal forked coins after the fork.
Since BCH fork owns great uncertainty, trading or investing in forked coins is risky. Without support of miners, a chain may fail to survive and all related coins will be in vain. Please be note that CoinEx will not promise for the future values of any forked coins!