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Does BIP148 (UASF) offer any replay attack protection?

Is there any protection against replay attacks in BIP148? Despite the popular name (UASF), it's effectively a hard fork (in the sense users with old nodes will be on a different chain), is there any ...
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How do the nodes divide after a hard fork? Soft Fork?

After a hard fork, what happens to the full nodes? Say 11,000 BTC full nodes existed prior to the fork. Do all 11,000 end up supporting both BCH and BTC? Or does BCH start building it's own network of ...
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Jelurida Public License (jpl) and IGNIS ico

I've heard alot of hype from several sources about IGNIS coins receiving a share of new coins it is used to forge, but when I finally got round to reading the JPL it appears NXT is the coin that will ...
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Replay protection HF or SF?

I am naively under the impression that just about anything can be a soft fork nowadays, and that this is one of the benefits of Segwit. Also, it seems that many claim in order for Bitcoin Core to ...
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Why are pre-softfork blocks are not causing problems for post-softfork clients?

i read the answer to this question and got some new one. As far as i understand how a soft fork works, it means that post-softfork clients with new consensus rules accept only blocks that follow ...
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how to prevent losses after a hard or soft fork

i learned about hard and soft forks from this question; now i have a basic understanding about forks; but the answers of that question did not say what happens to transactions on the stale chain; if i ...

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