2017 is truly a spectacular year for cryptocurrencies. ICOs got harder to execute because investors stopped believing empty words and started doing proper due diligence. The scam artists quickly adapted, and the new trendy thing is to fork existing cryptocurrencies. Let's look into what a hard fork is, how one can create a hard fork, who benefits from it, and wrap up with the tentative schedule of upcoming Bitcoin and Ethereum hard forks.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://rados.io/upcoming-btc-and-eth-hard-forks/