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- Sunday, August 21st, 2022 at 00:23 #358610KaiSoscelesParticipant
I’m wondering if forks happen and I have ETH being lent in Aave, will I get forked coins for that ETH? Or does the ETH need to be in my wallet during the fork? 🙏Sunday, August 21st, 2022 at 00:24 #358611Maswasnos
The state of the network is copied exactly, so your ETH will be stuck in Aave on the fork. I’m not sure if Aave will be functional in order for you to withdraw on that fork; at minimum you’ll have to know how to interact with Aave without the regular user interface.Sunday, August 21st, 2022 at 00:24 #358612marcuspohl
This is one of the main reasons why a fork is a waste of time. Everything that’s staked, held up in contracts, or dapps would require the cooperation of the developers to support the fork. And for ETHW, they sound like they are making some controversial decisions about how to handle things like this.
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