Segwit2x Update: All you need to know about the 17th Nov 2017 Fork

The Segwit2x controversy continues. Kindly note that a group of miners has decided to Fork out of Bitcoin on 17th November 2017 and adopt the original proposal for Segwit2x. You may visit their website here. Firstly, we would like to apologize for the untimely publishing of this post. This will be explained as you read on. A user announcement about Read a Bit more..

 

Update on Bitcoin Gold, Segwit2x and Bitcoin Cash

With Bitcoin’s Segwit2x and Bitcoin Gold fork(s), we would like to give our users an update on each major coin breaking out of the Bitcoin blockchain. Coinhako prioritizes the safety of our customers and their funds when making any decisions in the event of a Fork. We will only adopt processes when we are certain that Read a Bit more..

 

Keeping your Account Safe: Security Reminder and Best Practices

As Technology and Innovation continue to grow at an astounding rate, so does the threat from hackers and online data security breaches. Cryptocurrencies are no exception when it comes to matters of online data security and protection. Coinhako takes user security very seriously and we actively seek to further protect our user funds. Meanwhile, we Read a Bit more..

 

How we handle Forks

In light of the recent string of major hard forks in the Crypto World, we would like to share with our users on how we deal with such situations. What is Coinhako’s stance? Coinhako prioritizes the safety of our customers and their funds when making any decisions in the event of a Fork. We will Read a Bit more..