Ethereum Commonwealth announces the launch of a new blockbuster called Callisto Network (CLO).
The source code of the Callisto client can be found here. More detailed information about the project can be found in the documentation (version 0.9). Developers call their main priority security. Citing numerous cases of hacking projects based blokcheynov ETC and ETH, the developers aim to develop safe blokcheyna.
During the launch of Callisto all accounts with the ETC on the balance sheet at the time of occurrence of the block 5.500.000 receive an equivalent amount in the CLO in a ratio of 1: 1. Users can use the same addresses and accounts in ETC and CLO networks.
How Do I Get a CLO if I Have an ETC?
Any ETC user can use his or her account on the CLO network. Each address ETC account, having ETC balance at the time of the appearance block 5.500.000, will receive an equivalent amount in CLO automatically at startup Callisto project. After the fork, you can go into your wallet, and your CLO should already be there.
However, this is only relevant for wallets that give you access to the private keys of your ETC wallet.
At the moment there are only two such purses:
Coinomi also officially confirmed that it will support CLO:
— coinomi (@CoinomiWallet) February 10, 2018
MyEtherWallet can also theoretically work with Callisto, but it depends on the MEW developers. If they do not add support for Callisto, you can use the MyEtherWallet account in ClassicEtherWallet. They are fully compatible.
What if I have an ETC on one of the crypto-exchange exchanges?
Each exchanger and exchange has an account (or several accounts) in which ETC is stored. Technically, this account will receive CLO during airdrop as well as any other account. But whether you get your CLO, if you store ETC on the exchanger or not, depends on the specific exchange.
The list of exchanges that support the CLO should appear later.