In fact, Monero's hard-fork split will occur at block 1529810 (March the 14th, 2018) when MoneroV miners will start to create blocks on the MoneroV network. The new MoneroV blockchain will contain the history of all Monero transactions up until block 1529810 and all Monero coin (XMR) holders will receive MoneroV coins ( XMV ) in the rate of 1 XMR = 10 XMV after the fork.
Fork is bad or good? Well, in case of Monero the fork is a collective upgrade not a dramatic split. It's all good. Monero has scheduled upgrades every 6 months. They are technically hard forks but the term has non of the loaded meaning it does in the bitcoin world. We should probably just call them scheduled upgrades or protocol upgrades. So just HODL - HODL - HODL!
The moneroV-devs are also disingenuously describing monero's 'infinite supply (0.8% inflation/year starting in 2021) as a problem, it's not, it even serves a purpose to keep miners incentivized... The fact that they're forking a privacy-coin without giving a shit about privacy tells me that moneroV is just a moneygrab. Noone in their right mind should give out their private keys...
TL;DR: moneroV looks like a moneygrab and brings nothing new to the table, just trouble... stay safe!
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