Ethereum has big plans to address scaling issues, a transition to Proof-of-Stake, and essentially upgrade to ETH 2.0. Meanwhile, the often-overlooked Ethereum Classic appears to have big plans of its own, like perhaps taking over from ETH 1.0. Some have even suggested that this was the plan from the start. From The Domain Of Ethereum Purists… Ethereum Classic emerged in 2016 following a contentious hard fork of the ETH network. The forking majority supported aRead MoreThe post With ETH 2.0 To Be Launched Soon, Where’s Ethereum Classic At appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.