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How is a hard fork different from a soft fork in blockchain?

How is a hard fork different from a soft fork in blockchain?



Asked On2022-06-22 17:34:00 by:manastaneja

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Hard forks are not the only way to upgrade the software behind a cryptocurrency. Soft forks are, by contrast, seen as a safer alternative that is backward compatible, which means that nodes that do not upgrade to newer versions will still see the chain as valid.
A soft fork can be used to add new features and functions that do not change the rules a blockchain must follow. Soft forks are often used to implement new features at a programming level.
To better understand the difference between hard forks and soft forks, it can be thought of as a basic operating system upgrade on a mobile device or a computer. After the upgrade, all the applications on the device will still work with the new version of the operating system. A hard fork, in this scenario, would be a complete change to a new operating system.

Answerd on:2022-06-23 Answerd By:suman

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