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May 31, 2018, 05:22:29 PM
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I'm start to learn about blockchain and crypto and started a private project.
so i have a doubt, how can i soft fork it on block X (to ajust reward for example)
im using CN-heavy algo

did i need to recompile daemon on seed nodes ?
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You have to code for where you want it to fork at.  Take a look at bcash code to see how they did it.
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You have to code for where you want it to fork at.  Take a look at bcash code to see how they did it.
Bitcoin Cash is a Hard Fork, a valid example of a Soft Fork is SegWit which has some software changes that didn't required a new chain upon its implementation.

I can't further help the OP with this, because I'm not well informed (for now) to the "technical side" of Soft-forks/Hard-forks as well, but this link may help: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SegWit

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June 01, 2018, 09:04:21 AM
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I'm start to learn about blockchain and crypto and started a private project.
so i have a doubt, how can i soft fork it on block X (to ajust reward for example)

You do have to update the nodes software to behave the way you want to after block X has been reached.

Note that you can't adjust the reward in a soft fork. This would require a hard fork.
A soft fork is defined by being backwards compatible.

New blocks from updated nodes still have to be valid for non-updated nodes.

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