Look like Bitcoin Gold just got activated since the block reached.
Below are information about Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin Segwit2x whether Coinbase support them or not.
Keep in mind that although Coinbase said they don’t support Bitcoin Cash, but in January of 2018 they will start giving its users Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Gold might fall under the same assumption like Bitcoin Cash, and so will be Segwit2x.
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2017 6:50 PM
Subject: Upcoming Bitcoin Forks
We wanted to give customers an update on two upcoming Bitcoin forks—Bitcoin Segwit2x and Bitcoin Gold. You can read more about what a digital currency fork is here and see our prior update here.
We operate by the principle that our customers should benefit to the greatest extent possible from hard forks or other unexpected events. This is essential in our mission to make Coinbase the most trusted, safe, and easy-to-use digital currency exchange.
The Bitcoin Segwit2x fork is projected to take place on November 16th and will temporarily result in two bitcoin blockchains. Following the fork, Coinbase will continue referring to the current bitcoin blockchain as Bitcoin and the forked blockchain as Bitcoin2x.
Any customer with a Bitcoin balance on Coinbase at the time of the fork will be credited with an equal amount of the Bitcoin2x asset on the Bitcoin2x blockchain. No action is required—we will automatically credit your account. So, if you have 5 Bitcoin stored on Coinbase before the fork; you will have 5 Bitcoin and 5 Bitcoin2x following the event.
For more information about Bitcoin2x please see our FAQ page and our blog post for a detailed timeline of events.
The Bitcoin Gold fork is projected to take place on October 23rd. Information about this fork has been limited and there are concerns about its security and stability. As a result, we do not believe it is safe to allow support for Bitcoin Gold at this time. If the blockchain proves to be secure and valuable, Coinbase may choose to support it.
For more information about Bitcoin Gold please see our FAQ page.
Over the coming weeks, we will keep you updated on this event through our blog, status page and twitter.
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