I was discussing Ethereum with my brother and we had this question, do we get tokens with the Ethereum hard fork?

Turns out, I don’t think so. Reading material:

Note: This is not financial advice. You should consult your accountant or your financial advisor for any decisions you make.

The Ultimate Guide to the Ethereum Berlin Hard Fork and London Hard Fork https://academy.ivanontech.com/blog/the-ultimate-guide-to-the-ethereum-berlin-hard-fork-and-london-hard-fork

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Valid Points: What to Expect When Ethereum 2.0 Undergoes Its First ‘Hard Fork’ https://www.coindesk.com/eth-2-0-first-hard-fork-coming-valid-points

Berlin hard fork; what does it mean for the ethereum token https://www.reddit.com/r/ethereum/comments/loac3s/berlin_hard_fork_what_does_it_mean_for_the/

Binance Will Support the Ethereum (ETH) & Wanchain (WAN) Network Upgrades & Hard Forks https://www.binance.com/en/support/announcement/621f00d3cca44c33bd999ed0b3e01b53

What does it all mean?

Well, simply put, a hard fork means that the nodes have to upgrade to a new client. Whereas in a soft fork, they’re backwards compatible. In simpler terms, if you had a node running Ethereum and just left it there, it would support a soft fork. In a hard fork you have to go in and upgrade the node client. When there’s a debate in the community, that’s how miners vote which part of the fork to follow. This time there’s no real debate as this is a big upgrade in the network. Also, Binance says they’ll be no tokens issued.

Oh, well…

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