HitCoin Hard Fork to Occur in February

HitCoin announced that the hard fork will occur on February 9 of 2018 launching new coin HitCoinSpecial, which should make HitCoin disappear
07 February 2018   431

HitCoin is developed with the goal of leading companies and investors in global financial market to guide global crypto currency market, and it aims to link information, technology and finance as one, based on humanism. Hitcoin will hard fork into HitCoinSpecial ob February 9, 2018.

The reason for the hard fork is that on January 20, 2017, a fatal algorithmic vulnerability in HitCoin was discovered, and it needs a hard fork to upgrade the problem and performance of Hitcoin to secure the corresponding algorithm vulnerability.

There is a block chain network with a HitCoinSpecial [HTS] securing a majority node and a HitCoin [HTC] with a small number of nodes. A HitCoinSpecial [HTS] obtained the majority of the votes has dominated the main block chain. The HitCoin network will gradually disappear.

HitCoin Statement

What is more, HitCoin will be automatically converted into the new block chain HitCoinSpecial [HTS] on the exchange C-CEX, TRADOPIA.

After a hard fork HitCoin will have no value, and the users are recommended to make sure they check the correct tiker of the coin.  

At the moment of press, these are main market parameters of HitCoin:

Average price: $0,000071
Marketcap: $778 935

Consensus 2018 summit to be held in New York City

4th annual blockchain technology summit - Consensus 2018, will take place in New York City on May 14-16
22 April 2018   41

CoinDesk has announced its 4th annual blockchain technology summit Consensus 2018 on May 14-16 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Along with the discussions on the blockchain technology, the event is going to feature a hackathon, PoW pitch competition and a scholarship award in a partnership with Zcash. Title sponsors of the event include bloq, Deloitte, Ledger, Octagon Strategy and SONM.

Consensus 2018 will feature 250+ speakers and 4,000+ attendees from the leading industry startups, investors, financial institutions, enterprise tech leaders, and academic and policy groups who are building the foundations of the blockchain and digital currency economy. Among the notable speakers there will be Blockstack co-founder Dr. Muneeb Ali, J.P.Morgan blockchain program lead Amber Baldet, eToro CEO and founder Yoni Assia, Hyperledger executive director Brian Behlendorf, ConsenSys founder Steve Cerveny, Athena Capital founder Meltem Demirors and many others.

The full 3-day agenda of the event can be found here.