New Zealand-based Cryptopia to support upcoming ETH Constantinople hardfork

10 Jan, 2019 | Updated: 10 Jan, 2019
by Fifi Arisandi
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New Zealand-based Cryptopia to support upcoming ETH Constantinople hardfork

Another exchange announced their support of the long-awaited Ethereum hardfork, Constantinople.

As the date for Ethereum’s Constantinople hardfork approaching, New Zealand-based exchange, Cryptopia announced their support on their official Twitter account.

“Cryptopia is pleased to announce support for the upcoming Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Hard Fork,” they tweeted.


Their platform will put Ethereum and all ERC-20 tokens into maintenance between January 14th to 16th as they prepare for the hardfork to take place on block 7,080,000.

Moreover, the Cryptopia team gives a heads up to all users to withdraw their ETH to a wallet where they have a control of the private keys to ensure they can claim any airdropped or forked coins post the hardfork.

Cryptopia also refers to a dedicated page to monitor the hardfork in real-time.

Earlier, other exchanges, such as Binance, Huobi and OKEx have announced their support for the long-awaited hardfork of the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap.

As of writing time, Ethereum is valued at $151.28, which many predict it would soar high after the hardfork.

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