The cryptocurrency Ethereum Classic (ETC) a few hours ago was listed on both the cryptocurrency exchanges of Robinhood and Coinbase. ETC shares not only a similar name with the popular Ethereum (ETH), but also shares other interesting features.
An Ethereum hardfork led to the creation of Ethereum Classic in 2016.
ETC vs ETH – The Differences  Ethereum works on a new blockchain, with most of the miners, users and version protocols Ethereum precedent that sticks to this new version.
What is Ethereum and Ethereum Classic?
Ethereum is a decentralized intelligent contract and a distributed DApps platform of autonomous applications that aims to be the only supercomputer in the world.
The network uses its native Ether (ETH) cryptocurrency and is used to create and run smart and (DApp) contracts without complaint, downtime or third-party requirements.
Ethereum Classic is a hardfork of Ethereum created after the hacking of the Decentralized Organization Organization (aka DAO).
Ethereum Classic (ETC) is also a decentralized blockchain programmable as ETH.
Ethereum Classic (ETC) is an open source, public, and blockchain-based distributed platform that works on the basis of smart contracts.
The Ethereum cryptocurrency shares similar characteristics to the second largest cryptocurrency. Ethereum Classic offers the possibility to create and implement smart contracts and decentralized apps. It also has the same average block time, with the same dimensions and the same reward.
ETC is traded on exchange and offers the same functionality as decentralized apps and smart contracts like Ethereum (ETH). It also has the same language of intelligent contracts called Solidity.
Ethereum was the most preferred of the two. The cryptocurrency community has used Ethereum more often for the launch of ICO, smart contracts and the development of Dapps.