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Why is the crypto community divided?

On November 3rd, the Ethereum Foundation announced that it will release the Ethereum Classic fork.

The news sparked a number of debates and discussion, with some arguing that the Ethereum community is divided into two camps, which is unfair to the development team.

There are many different viewpoints on the topic.

In the past week, there have been some significant controversies around the fork, which has been criticized for several reasons.

The main point of contention revolves around the split from Ethereum.

The community is currently split into two factions.

Some argue that the split is necessary to make it easier to adopt the new network, and that it is the right decision.

Others argue that it was never a good idea, as it has created a bottleneck for the development of the Ethereum network.

This divide between Ethereum and Bitcoin was first pointed out by Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin in an interview with Bitcoin Magazine.

“It’s probably more efficient to start with Bitcoin than Ethereum,” he said.

“I think Bitcoin is probably much more efficient, and there’s a reason for that.”

However, there are some who argue that Ethereum’s own developers have taken the wrong approach to the issue, and are trying to create a fork that will help Ethereum’s development.

Ethereum Classic, which will eventually split into Ethereum and Ethereum Classic, will feature the Ethereum blockchain as its main chain.

This means that Ethereum will be the main chain of transactions and transactions will be split between Ethereum Classic and Ethereum.

This is a decision made by the Ethereum team and is not necessarily an ethical one.

However it is worth pointing out that the decision to split the Ethereum chain has been debated for years.

In November 2015, a proposal to split Ethereum was proposed by Vitalik Andresen.

The proposal was approved by the community but it was later voted down in a vote of the community.

In January 2018, the split proposal was discussed again, this time by Vitaly Orlov.

The vote to approve the split was rejected by the Bitcoin community, but was voted back in May 2018.

As the fork progresses, the community will be able to use either blockchain.

But what happens if Ethereum Classic or Ethereum Classic fails?

It is possible that Ethereum Classic will become a more viable alternative.

There have been reports that there will be more developers working on Ethereum Classic than on Ethereum. 

There are several different forks on Ethereum, but there is no official name for the most popular one.

There are two different proposals, one of which will be called Ethereum Classic.

It is possible the Ethereum development team will choose to adopt Ethereum Classic to make sure that they do not run into the same issues as Ethereum Classic does.

This would mean that the fork could potentially cause problems with the Bitcoin blockchain and it would be difficult for developers to test the Ethereum fork.

It would be good for the Ethereum developer community if the fork was adopted to ensure the development will not be affected by any issues with the other fork.

It could also prevent problems in the future, as there could be more Ethereum Classic developers working with the Ethereum core team to create new features. 

The two fork projects will not merge with each other, but will instead merge into one and continue working on the blockchain.

However, there is a catch.

The split will take place in 2018, but it is still unclear how long the fork will take.

There is currently a lot of speculation about when Ethereum Classic is expected to be completed.

There was a lot more speculation about the fork last year, when it was possible to download the blockchain, but this did not happen.

In 2018, it is possible to use a Bitcoin blockchain to download Ether Classic’s blockchain.

This will be different to downloading Ethereum Classic’s blockchains, as the blockchains are incompatible with eachother.

The developers of Ethereum Classic decided to split their project and have no plans to merge with Ethereum Classic as it is not compatible with the Ether blockchain.

What do you think about Ethereum Classic?

Do you agree with the split?

Share your thoughts in the comments below.