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If you’re staking eth at Coinbase at time of merge, will Coinbase provide you with access to the “original” pre-fork pow eth? I’m guessing no, because if you’re staking, you have eth 2, not eth, but here’s to hoping there’s a freebie coming along…
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Not really sure, at this point no one knows but it would  be nice while whoever staked their Eth on coinbase is still locked up for who knows how long. eventually things will work out I supposed
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Probably not tbh prolly need a wallet of some sort to receive the airdrop
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Seems like you and people commenting have no idea what’s happening. All current eth will be eth2 and there will be no more pow eth. Evrything will be migrated. There will be forks to try to keep ethereum on Pow. The ETH2 your staking is still ETH (current) it’s just staked
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I've got 200 ETH locked up on CB staking. I would love to get the PoW fork coin. Money is money!!! Let's hope CB is honest with this. r/GLTA_ETH!!!
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Good question.  No idea.
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We (CB stakers) already have the pow token. If pow stand for prisoners of war, because I lost an arm and a leg while camped out here.
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Merge incoming!!!!
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It wouldn't matter either way.  The token is only worth something if you can swap it or sell it.  No big exchanges will carry it cause its not real ETH.  Small ones wont have liquidity and who would want to buy a token for a network that has no utility given the projects are not going to move over.  People seriously don't seem to understand how irrelevant the POW fork is.
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I honestly can’t tell if everyone commenting here are shitposting or not.
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