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Monero Fork - XMV (MoneroV) Finite supply monero
Block 1529810

ETA 14 Mar 2018

Monero Fork - XMV (MoneroV): XMR fork that will damage the privacy of XMR chain.

Bitcoin Private ZCL-BTC hybrid
Block TBA

ETA 28 Feb 2018

Bitcoin Private: ZCL-BTC hybrid blockchain - bitcoin and zclassic fork

Past Bitcoin Forks

Bitcoin Atom Bitcoin with LN and atomic swaps.
Block 505888

Forked 24 Jan 2018

Bitcoin God POS fork
Block 501225

Forked 25 Dec 2017

SegWit2X SegWit2x born again.
Block 501451

Forked 28 Dec 2017

United Bitcoin Garzik's project of scalable Bitcoin.
Block 502271

Forked 03 Jan 2018

Bitcoin Cash Plus On-chain scaling, SigHash for better security, EDA.
Block 501407

Forked 02 Jan 2018

Bitcoin Super Smart contracts, LN and big blocks.
Block 498888

Forked 17 Dec 2017

Bitcoin Platinum Basically BTG2x
Block 498533

Forked 12 Dec 2017

Bitcoin Gold Equihash GPU-mined Bitcoin fork.
Block 491407

Forked 25 Oct 2017

Bitcoin Cash Adjustable block size. Responsive Proof-of-Work difficulty adjustment.
Block 478558

Forked 01 Aug 2017

Bitcoin Diamond BCD Better privacy options.
Block 495866

Forked 24 Nov 2017

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