To use an imperfect analogy from corporate finance, you could think of the fork as a spinoff. For most of PayPal’s life, it was owned by eBay. Holders of the EBAY ticker owned the parent company eBay, which encompassed eBay proper as well as PayPal. On the day of the spinoff, eBay stockholders received, for each EBAY share they owned, one PYPL share. At the same time, they got to keep their existing EBAY shares.

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Bitcoin Exchange Had Too Many Bitcoins
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To use an imperfect analogy from corporate finance, you…

To use an imperfect analogy from corporate finance, you could think of the fork as a spinoff. For most of PayPal’s life, it was owned by eBay. Holders of the EBAY ticker owned the parent company eBay, which encompassed eBay proper as well as PayPal. On the day of the spinoff, eBay stockholders received, for each EBAY share they owned, one PYPL share. At the same time, they got to keep their existing EBAY shares.

Bloomberg Bloomberg Technology

Bitcoin Exchange Had Too Many Bitcoins
bloomberg.com
It’s enough to make you wish for a blockchain. Oh, wait.

 Bitcoin
 Posted on Facebook
 Blogged by Blo.gl
 Indexed in Google
 

FOR FACEBOOK BLOGGING MAGIC CLICK HERE:
http://blogl.me/spiderg

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